[parents getting tour of physics department from ProfessorTownsend, in modern lab]
ProfessorLyzenga: We get everyone down into the lab, even the theorists.
ProfessorTownsend: Yeah, and sometimes even Jaron!
pants is a Junior. He is sometimes known as Jazor "Jaron" Kent-Dobias (パンツ). Though he lives in EastDorm, the little time he does spend sleeping is done around. As of fall 2012 he is living in SontagDorm with JackMa and BradJensen and DietrichLangenbach and those other people.
Roomed in Atwood 226 MarkMann?. Suite was populated by MarkEllis?, EmilySnyder?, AnneClark, MariaMorabe, JackieOlmos?-Silverman, BonnieDavidson?, and LaurenNishoku?. Lovingly labelled SuiteBondage? by a subset of its residents.
Roomed in Linde 145 by himself. Suite was populated by DavidLingenbrink, MattMcDermott, RebeccaThomas, KatyAnderson, and NicoleYu?.
Roomed in East 103 with JackMa. Suite was populated by CarloVaccari? and CoreyLoescher. Referred to as TimeCube by JackMa and pants.
Roomed in East 103 by himself. During this time, the suite become SingleDouble suite, occupied by only Carlo and pants.
Roomed in Sontag 204D with JakeLow. Suite was populated by KatyAnderson and MeganWheeler.
Roomed in Sontag 204D with JackMa. Suite was populated by DietrichLangenbach and BradJensen. Called SuiteNames? (SuitePotatoVodka?) by its occupants.
Roomed in Sontag 208B by himself. Suite was populated by GarrettWong?, SteveIbanez?, and FroshToBeDetermined. Called Sueder (Suite Ceder).
"Nice shoes, ProfDuron. Want to have sex?"
"That's why I like cheap electronics. I don't have to worry about it. Take this phone. This phone can take anything." **proceeds to drop phone into coffee mug** "Oh shit, its in the coffee."
CHEM 023E HM: Energetics CHEM 023S HM: Structure CSCI 005 HM: Introduction to Computer Science MATH 015 HM: Art & Application of Calculus MATH 025G HM: Calculus and Linear Algebra MUS 084 HM: Jazz Improvisation PHYS 022 HM: Physics Laboratory PHYS 023 HM: Special Relativity WRIT 001 HM: Introduction to Academic Writing
BIOL 052 HM: Introduction to Biology CHEM 023D HM: Dynamics CHEM 024 HM: Chemistry Laboratory CSCI 189 HM: Programming Practicum HSA 010 HM: Critical Inquiry: Political Analysis MATH 035 HM: Probability and Statistics MATH 045 HM: Introduction to Differential Equations PE 046 HM: Floor Hockey PHYS 024A HM: Mechanics & Wave Motion PHYS 032 HM: Gravitation
MATH 060 HM: Multivariable Calculus MATH 065 HM: Differential Equations and Linear Algebra II
CL 057 HM: Choice Lab: What Makes Things Tick? ENGL 135 SC: The Satirical Imagination ENGR 059 HM: Introduction to Engineering Systems MATH 055 HM: Discrete Mathematics PHYS 051 HM: Electromagnetic Theory & Optics PHYS 111 HM: Theoretical Mechanics
ECON 053 HM: Principles of Macroeconomics HIST 132E CM: European Intellectual History MATH 115 HM: Fourier Series and Boundary Value Problems MATH 131 HM: Mathematical Analysis I PHYS 052 HM: Quantum Physics PHYS 054 HM: Modern Physics Laboratory PHYS 174 HM: Biolocomotion PHYS 196 HM: Physics Colloquium
LIT 179D HM: Special Topics in Literature: Medieval/Renaissance? Romance MATH 142 HM: Differential Geometry MATH 171 HM: Abstract Algebra MS 179C HM: Special Topics in Media Studies: Modern China Through the Lens PE 058 HM: Team Sports PHYS 117 HM: Statistical Mechanics and Thermodynamics PHYS 131 HM: Electromagnetic Fields PHYS 196 HM: Physics Colloquium
LIT 110 HM: Shakespeare MATH 196 HM: Independent Study in Mathematics PHYS 116 HM: Quantum Mechanics PHYS 134 HM: Optics Laboratory PHYS 154 HM: Fields & Waves PHYS 170 HM: Computational Methods in Physics PHYS 172 HM: General Relativity and Cosmology PHYS 196 HM: Physics Colloquium
ART 135 SC: Typography and the Book Arts HIST 179E HM: History of Modern Physics / Special Topics in History MATH 132 HM: Mathematical Analysis II PE 031 JP: Turbo Kick-Boxing PHYS 161 HM: Topics in Quantum Theory PHYS 195 HM: Physics Colloquium PHYS 191 HM: Research in Physics PHYS 196 HM: Readings in Physics
Incantation of Caffeination
To be recited while pressing the french press, the moka fills, etc.
Oh ghost of Erdős, hear my desperate plea; that mine own mind enriched by coffee be and by that drinking, with its tender kiss, become machine that thine own conscious is. Dispel the sleep which vies to own my brain, and warm throughout the blood which fills my veins, lest maths, with beauty, do not this night fill and lack of thought doth finally slay my will. But should you fail and thought doth truly lack, I'll soon prepare the poetry for crack.