Do you turn down your nose at the mere mention of using (gasp) actual numbers in equations? Does the thought of improper integration throw you in to a blind rage where you become the the Mathotaur, a half-bull-half-mathmatician, storming the halls of the labyrinth that is MC, searching for sacrificial engineers who refuse to prove theorems before using them? Rather than being sought for capture, these rare breeds are idolized in the halls of the MC, for they are protecting the true math. Unfortunately, this hero is often demonized outside of the cube, shunned to work on their equations in dark corners, with only their matricies and integrals to keep them warm at night. To the rest of the world, they are math snobs. Not proclaimers of truth, nor champions of the fundamental laws, but math snobs — ignored and under-appreciated.
It is time, however, for these "math snobs" to reclaim their rightful place in society. So, using the summation shield, harness the power of that Mathotaur. It will take dedication and time — and with all the free time between doing the assignments yourself, showering, and knowing exactly where you are in the math building, we possess exactly that. UW math breeds these "math snobs" with such dedication that the power we posess as a faculty is immeasureable. A group with such a united passion has rarely been seen since mathies faculty-wide proclaimed their love of the tie and vowed to protect it against all odds. Harness the power, the limit of your potential as a group tends to infinity.