Hall of Fame George Stroll George has a real name somewhere, but no one knows what it is. This guy surprised me -- he never showed much promise at all, in anything. Dude was weird. We liked him, though. And he proved himself way beyond expectations, one of few people to fairly regularly meet deadlines and he kept alive an entire column so well that it was often the bulk of our magazine. George informed tens of students regularly what was actually up in and around Ostrava, and deserves better thanks than this. Thanks, George. Joo Hyuck Lee Joo Hyuck had, probably still does, a very specific sense of humor and I'm not sure anybody ever really understood what was going on with his Nothing in the Halls feature. That he never told us the question was sometimes laughable and sometimes maddeningly frustrating, but that's what made him happy. Joo Hyuck never missed an issue or a deadline and for that, sir, I salute you and we all miss you terribly. Arkoprava Sen Arko came along and did something no one else had ever done or even thought of doing for this magazine -- writing about world events. I was glad he did this. It helped him learn to focus his ideas as well as gave our magazine something bigger to say. Arko wanted to inform people about the world outside. Much like Joo Hyuck showed us who we were, George showed us Ostrava, Arko brought us the world. For that, sir, I offer this toast.