Catherine Fitzpatrick -We put a great deal of work into our program and have been a member for many years, and to get the recognition from the assoc and our peers about having an outstanding program is huge. -There has to be something else for students to do besides just got to class, they need to enjoy their experience on campus. Emily Fenger -We want to make sure that students have the opportunity to explore new and different things and have a place to go with their friends -We strive to have things free or at a very low cost too, because we understand that college students don't have a lot of money. -I think that depending on the event, it will provide different things and many different outlets -These are not typical experiences that you will get by sitting in your room watching a movie -It’s really exciting to be recognized on a large scale like this, we all try to do our best so it really awesome to be recognized nationally
Next week will be one of the most stressful weeks in a college student’s life — finals week. The Math Learning Center, Learning Resource Center and libraries offer many resources that can help students get through this finals week.
“I wish I could sit here and act like math isn’t hard, but the truth is, it just is. And that is why we are doing everything we can to make it easier for students,” said Chair of the Department of Mathematics Keith Promislow.
Where Biochemistry senior Wei-Lun Chiu is from, Asia, race did not matter. Everyone was Asian, there was not much diversity. However, once he came to America he saw that everyone was different — there were more races here than in Asia.