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Differential Equations Is No More

February 8th, 2006 by Andrew

I thought I had to take Differential Equations (Math 331) as a requirement for Computer Science. It turns out I was mistaken, and I actually have a choice of about eight math classes that I can take. This means I’ve dropped Differential Equations, and replaced it with Political Science 101. I’ll be taking Statistics 501 […]

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Something New

February 4th, 2006 by Andrew

The last post here was September of last year, a little under five months ago. I’ve been through a whole semester since then, and lots of things have happened. So far, this Spring 2006 semester is going well. I’ve got a database class, software engineering, C++, physics 2, and differential equations. Math is the only […]

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Science Textbooks

May 5th, 2005 by Andrew

So basically, according to this article, science in textbooks has taken a back seat to being politically correct. I hate this kind of stuff. People are so whiny these days. This comes back to the whole “equal” issue. According to textbook makers today, white males aren’t as important to science as women/minorities/the disabled. A quote […]

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“Teach Evolution: Leave No Child Behind”

February 11th, 2005 by Andrew

So I’m sitting here, checking my mail, and I find an interesting story from space.com in my inbox. It seems that only 55% of the states require the teaching of evolution. Haven’t people realized yet that we evolved from apes? Can’t people put aside their religious fictions and come to an intellectually sound and scientific […]

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It’s October Already?

October 6th, 2004 by Andrew

Where’d September go? It seems to me that the first month of the semester just flew right by, and now I’m knee deep in classes, without even a trace of the shorts and sunglasses of summer. I guess I’m just too busy to even bother with keeping track of time. I just go about my […]

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