A Tribute to nothing by Joo Hyuck Lee If you have been reading Nothing Magazine for a while, you might be able to recall one article about people answering unknown questions that used to appear every issue, but randomly disappeared. Yes, I am talking about the Nothing in the Halls, and I was the one writing most of them. I have left the team as I had to move, but I am back to give a small tribute, which will also be my last tribute. Click here for Joo Hyuck's Last Will and Testament! Some articles which I enjoyed reading were: Negative Anecdotes, Teachers to Student, and Movie Reviews. The last one could just be because I personally enjoy movies but don’t watch them frequently, but I liked them nonetheless. Oh man, are the Negative Anecdotes enjoyable. They all talk about relatable topics in entertaining language, and I love them. One thing that is sad about them is that they started pretty late and there are only few of them to read. But I just loved the articles where the text was pretty humorous, including some of my own articles. On the topic of my own articles, now that I am free from the team, I want to mention a bit more of the… behind the scenes side of Nothing in the Hall. I was not the one to start the series. I was only the one to continue it. At the start, I was not a very… trusted member, as my English skills were pretty bad compared to many others’. My articles would receive grammar checks as well as content checks. I was not skilled in writing articles. The interviews were supposed to be done with two people as well. Me, talking to the interviewee, and another person to take photos. I ended up doing both jobs, but from time to time I did feel the need for actual photographers because my pictures were not in high quality. Interestingly, as much as I complained about people declining to answer my question, there were more people who were actually willing to answer them than the people who were not. So the interviewing was not the really hard part. The hard part was writing. Since the articles were all so free-styled, every article I would have to talk about something that is mildly interesting. And really, they run out. Which is why I find quite a lot of my own articles to be boring. They were not humorous at all, and a lot of the times I was spouting out nonsense. But I still enjoyed the moment. Working on Nothing in the Halls articles was one of my favourite things to do in school. I will never forget my experience in Nothing Magazine. It would be a shame to forget about such a pleasant experience. I am very sad that this will be the last issue. I was hoping to be able to read more of the funny articles they produced. But I guess… nothing truly is eternal. Oh God I just realized that’s a pun while writing it. Either way, nothing lasts forever. But I will keep these memories until the day of my death, so that, for me, it will be eternal. Thank you to the Nothing Magazine team for letting me be part of the magazine in the past as well as letting me write this tribute. Thank you for producing great articles for people to read, and thank you to Mr Healy for organizing the students to make the team and generally just being great. Good luck to everyone! :D Click here to read Nothing's tribute to Joo Hyuck!