Time's Up

By Bryan Wilhelm

Well, it looks like we've come to the end of yet another year of higher education. The 1997-1998 academic year has been another success for the Hoosier Review. From the ZBT fiasco to the IUSA elections scheme, we have encountered plenty to write about. I want to take the time to thank all of those who were part of the Hoosier Review this year.

First, Thanks to Eric Seymour for his fantastic web work that keeps the Hoosier Review alive and breathing on the web. And, thanks for his wonderful articles.

Scott Tibbs, the man responsible for the Hoosier Review, will be leaving IU this May. Scott was the Editor-In-Chief from the first issue until I took over in February. Scott never had any trouble "bringing down the hammer" on those who let stupid words dribble from their pie holes. On behalf of the whole Hoosier Review staff...Thanks!

Robert Schiener kept us up to speed with his column and always has been very informative. This fellow does his homework when he writes about public policy. Sometimes it sounds so good it kind of scares me! Robert, we will be looking for the same kind of work from you again next year.

We can't forget our esteemed writers, Joel and Bryant. These two guys have lead us to the record store, to spring break vacation, and other fine adventures with their unpredictable column. I'm sure everyone will be looking forward to your return next year. Thanks guys!

Lastly, I want to thank everyone for their overall contribution to the Hoosier Review. I do believe that readership did increase this year. If we continue to produce quality issues in the future, our readership will become even greater. You have all done a fantastic job, and it has been a great deal of fun.

And to our readers, Thanks to all of you for reading and passing our web address along to others. We greatly appreciate the letters and responses that you have sent to us. Look for us next fall...same time, same place!

Bryan K. Wilhelm

Eric Seymour

Robert Schiener

Bryan Wilhelm

Bryant Lewis
Joel Corbin