- At what time do these events begin? -MacKenzieStuart
- Presumably, at whatever time Math 164 meets on the listed dates. One could, in theory, ask portal. --RichardGarfinkel
- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:15 to 2:30!
- Thus, each presentation must be no longer than 15 minutes (with questions? will there be time for questions?).
- You know what? I don't think we're even invited to these. I think we're just being teased. And I think that's lame.
- That's true. Did you notice how they didn't even bother to tell us the topic of their presentations, or even the class? Can I sue the class under the FOIA? Answers must be had!
- Yay bullets! Sorry, I totally stole a page on funwiki to organize these. Other people are welcome to come to these presentations. ProfessorYong
- Speaking of bullets, I'm noticing that the bullet indentation doesn't increase linearly. Will one of these presentations cover the algorithm used to determine bullet indentation?
- Alternately, I could just be really bad at estimating distances.
Tuesday, April 18
3. Joe Majkut
4. Tristan Sharp
5. Stephanie Moyerman
Thursday, April 20
1. Sean Fogarty
2. Matt Williams
3. Dan & Dan
4. Ajoy & Gordon
Tuesday, April 25
1. Elisa Celis
3. Alan Davidson
Thursday, April 27
1. Victor Camacho
3. Hope Runyeon
4. Eugene Quan