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"Programming is a super power." Alexis Ohanian (cofounder of reddit)

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.

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.

Marcus Gubanyi accepted a Graduate Teaching Assistantship at Kansas University. He will begin KU's PhD program in Math this fall.

20 students gathered last night to celebrate Euler's 307th birthday with cake and a talk about series from UNL grad student Michael Brown. Faith joined us from from Australia via the iPad.
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We had a visitor in calculus today.
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Math 201 has finally made it up to middle school challenge problems! They decided to all collaborate so they can finish early and eat bacon from the hot line in Janzow.
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Today in Logic we wrote a proof for Christ's argument for the resurrection of the dead in Mark 12.
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Mr. Malan amazed a small crowd with his card tricks in Janzow tonight.
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Andrew Malan will give a magic show (with explanations!) in Janzow Top on Tuesday at 7PM. Come prepared to be wowed.
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Faith Hoppen is student teaching in Australia! Here are some pictures of her at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.
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