That’s right, today, you’ve been matched with mathNEWS. Give the issue a read, or you’ll be hearing about it from CECA. Sorry, we don’t make the rules.
It’s good to be back.
Are you a first year math student? Welcome! And quick, before anyone notices, take this – it’s a mathNEWS orientation issue. It contains helpful advice, stories, and other information you’ll need to feel right at home. It’s like a cheat code to having a fulfilling first year. Don’t worry about thanking me, but let’s just keep it a secret. Nobody needs to know about this other than you, me, and all the other first year math students. 😉
With enough luck, this will be the last regular online-only issue of the year. With things opening up, hopefully we’ll be returning next term in physical form. Covid, please don’t make me eat my words.
See you in the Fall,
Like no goose ever was…
Happy July! According to my math, we’re about halfway through the term, so in commemoration, enjoy our halfway issue of mathNEWS!
What’s that? 4 isn’t half of 6?
woah, living on a prayer
Here at mathNEWS, we pride ourselves on the pursuit of knowledge and on the answering of tough questions.
Is math real?
When should you ask someone out?
If geese wore pants, where would they wear them?
The answer to all these questions, and more, can be found in this week’s issue.
It was a good song, a most blessed song, a song that I now can’t stop singing even if I wanted to…
In Soviet Russia, mathNEWS makes somethin’ of YOU.
And just like that, another term of the Most Important University Publication Ever comes to an end. We know you have many choices for your content, so we’d like to thank you for reading with us.
Enjoy this week’s issue! It is 36 pages long, and proof that you can have both quantity and quality.