Editorses-ins-chiefses Eva was the biggest surprise at that original meeting. She was so quiet in class that it had never occurred to me that she had interests. I'm not sure I had even really noticed her before then. After that, I'd never be able to forget her. She was the best journalist this school ever had. She was the one who was most interested in doing the magazine properly, going out and finding stories, interviewing people, looking for special interests. She had ideas for columns, organization, layout, but mostly, most importantly, she was a writer and an investigator. Go on, look back through our archives (if you can find them). I defy you to find articles more interesting than the ones she put together, going out to interview people in the community, to bring a sense of excitement, joy, and wonder about our local surroundings into our school. She was the first to do that. No one since has done that, or expressed even the slightest interest in it. Ever since Eva left it has been a struggle to maintain the magazine simply due to a lack of content, and lack of interest people working on the magazine have to go out and find content. Eva took charge, which is what made her such an excellent Editor-in-Chief. I knew she would be our editor, and be an excellent editor, the minute I saw her first piece, which was the first What's Up column. She went out there and dug up the information and brought it to us in an interesting format with a unique voice. I wish I could have kept Eva. We'd still have a magazine if we still had an Eva. Eva!! Thank you. I miss you. Please come back. 2012-2013 Eva Urbančíková I want to emphasize how much I appreciate all the effort that has been put to Nothing Magazine over the years and how much energy and free time Mr Healy has given to the final issue to conclude this project with honour. I am incredibly grateful that I could have been part of Nothing. And there was definitely something! It was my first journalistic experience, which supported my passion in writing, helped me to develop new skills, meet new friends and get out of my comfort zone.