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In the corner of Sheldon's white board this week was Kurt Gödel's ontological argument for the existence of God.

On Wednesday, Math 201 solved word problems with strip diagrams. Don't worry, we didn't have any problems dealing with 60 cantaloupes. But we did have 2000 stickers, 200 curry puffs, and 3 kg of prawns.

Here is Leah erasing a blank white board...because she is like that.

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Faith is teaching at Black Hills Lutheran in Rapid City, SD. They have a onetoone Chromebook program...so she gets to use LaTeX to insert math symbols in google docs!
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Daniel Klinge just graduate from Navy Nuclear Power School. He starts Submarine School this week.
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"Programming is a super power." Alexis Ohanian (cofounder of reddit)
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Math 301 drew labyrinths this morning. The labyrinth is a symbol which appears in ancient cultures on every inhabited continent. Some say this is for mystical reasons. Others say it is because they are cool.
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Math 201 is hard at work on grade 7 challenge problems. So far they have gotten stumped in the box of chocolates problem. Maybe I should have brought some real chocolate to comfort them.
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