Editorses-ins-chiefses Adam Koneval 2017-2018 When Adam took over, I felt we had the opportunity to develop towards a new direction of leadership in which the Editor would run the staff and meet with me regularly to guide the magazine. We tried to set up a regular meeting time during school hours, because the diversity of the staff makes it impossible to meet after hours. We tried to set up even just occasional meetings, but this was also shot down by powers beyond our reckoning. With Adam being unable to meet regularly with the staff, and then not having anything to meet with me about, the communication broke down and the result was that only one issue came out in the 2017-18 school year. Adam moved on to work for another, much bigger, better financed magazine, and there was no one left to produce Nothing. The crew kept working, but they were all new to it and didn't know how to publish. One of their articles you'll find in this issue. This taught me that for this magazine to not only survive but flourish and be excellent I would have to be involved in every step of the process. That's what I've done for this issue. It's fun having total creative control, but impractical. Adam gave us many years of quality material before becoming editor, and always believed in what we do. Adam: thank you. here I joined the magazine as soon as I really had the opportunity to, and I was really excited about working on a project like that with so many people that seemed so enthusiastic about it. But everything changed when Maturita attacked and all the original leaders graduated. After that people kept leaving and it was hard to keep it all together. I still loved working under Ameya, where there was only a very small crew, and we still pumped things out. When it became my job to run the magazine, let’s be honest, things fell apart -- I had big plans that did not get realized not only due to a lack of my own dedication and time management, but also because it was disheartening to see a decreased interest in the magazine overall. In the end, even though I hate to watch something I put so much of my time and effort into end, I must say that I enjoyed the ride, and must thank all of the people that participated in the magazine’s creation, because it was you who made it as great as it was. Special thanks also goes to Mr Healy, of course, for starting this thing and helping us find a direction for the magazine.