Mersenne primes are named for 17th century French scholar Marin Mersenne who was also an ordained priest.
[O]nce you’ve had a deep think about math and rewarded yourself by baking some pie, math can also help you figure out how to divide the pie up fairly.
It’s like reading a foreign language without ever acquiring a significant vocabulary; you never stop needing to look up terms in the dictionary.
Many, if not most, journalism students tend to get into the field because they like writing. When I hand them assignments asking them to calculate a percentage change, I am often met with lamentations of, “I went into journalism so I wouldn’t have to do math!”
Integrating faith & field vs. Realizing justice in action Yes, we’ve made it to the finals of ESN March Madness ’14. I have learned a lot as we have wrestled with the question: What is the most pressing issue for the Christian to engage when journeying in higher ed? Please share your vote and invite others to […]