I regret to inform you that the title might be unfortunately true. I am writing this in a hurry to escape whatever or whomever is following me. I am currently in a safe spot, but I cannot be sure it will be safe in any given minute. I cannot reveal where I am either, for this is the safe spot for all editors, and I cannot risk our safety.
We thought that it would be a harmless April Fools joke, but some organizations have been deeply offended by our “act”, and have come for us in swooping vengeance. They haven’t caught us yet but I can’t be sure since my phone ran out of battery and the internet is down and all our pigeons are dead. OH GOD!
Please, readers, spread the word; we will NOT be silenc
May your pie piece (or slice) be as delicious as the math homework you complete before the day it’s due. The free slice (or piece) of pie may be finitely eaten, but may the wondrous taste of your devoured beloved linger in your memory infinitely like the digits of π.
… Until the next pie slice, that is.
u hav been visited by the piper of mc 3030
good (math)NEWS n 2 frens will com 2 u
BUT ONLY IF U READ DIS ISSUE!
Here’s a nice, T H I C C hunny for you this lonely and dumplingless Valentine’s Day and Lunar New Year.
May you be blessed with (more) love, school closures and Father Jao memes this year.
Take break from math, you math machines, and pick up mathNEWS instead. It’s too early in the term to work hard.
That’s it. The last issue of the term, and the year. Best of luck on exams, and try not to let the weather get to you too much.
And I thought issue 1 was long…
This week is a somber one, as we have a mere 20-page issue due to CS 135 kidnapping all our writers. The mathNEWS editorial team offers its most humble of apologies, and pray that the great and merciful students of UW will find it in their hearts to forgive us for this.
(No, the joke will never be beaten into the ground enough)
Last week the mathNEWS editors sent the issue off for printing, gleeful to be finally done the issue, but forgot completely to post the issue to the website.
Sorry about that.
It’s Thanksgiving weekend and I don’t feel like spending the time to come up with a clever joke.
Have a good fall reading week, and don’t forget to be thankful for mathNEWS.