A little while ago, I was talking to a recent UM graduate and we got on the subject of the CCRB. He’d never been to any of the three recreational buildings in his four years on campus and expressed disdain for the concept of exercising in contained spaces. I brushed it off as a personal [...]
Time management is an important skill to develop in order to get through college and is probably best learned through trial and error. For your benefit, I’ve put together a list of a few things I’ve learned over the years: Use Remember the Milk, an online task organizer. You can sign up for a free account and manage all [...]
“[Jane Roe] filed suit on behalf of herself and all those women who have in the past at that present time or in the future would seek termination of a pregnancy.” – Ms. Weddington in Oral Arguments of Roe v. Wade Yesterday marked the 39th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision Roe v. Wade. President Obama made the [...]
The Math Department held its annual Marjorie Lee Browne Colloquium yesterday in celebration of MLK Jr. Day, featuring University of Colorado Professor James H. Curry lecturing on “Mentoring in the Mathematical Sciences: Good intentions are not enough.”
Though it’s really assuming to think about the USPS running focus groups for stamps and asking marketing consultants how to make mailing cool, I see the policy change clinging to the coattail of a shift in our epistemology of how we judge others – from a dualistic (good vs. bad) framework to something else.
The difference between being a student athlete and not is huge – at least from my perspective. I tutor student athletes for the University. At first, I didn’t think critically about the job; it was just another tutoring setting and a way to supplement my income. Throughout my tutoring experience, I’ve noticed stereotypes that I’ve [...]