Yes, it's time once again to break out those issues from last term and discover all the sensational, thought-provoking articles that you missed the first time! (And after that you can check back over the other 59 pages.) Who knows, maybe you'll discover something so inpiring that it results in the discovery of a truth so profound that it will change the face of civilization as we know it! (Or at least you'll be entertained for a while.) But seriously, along with the continuing discussion on bell curves and course averages early last term, see if you can pick out some other useful odds and ends; for example:
Not that it's necessarily all true, or even what I happen to believe, but hey, everyone is entitled to an opinion (including you! write for mathNEWS! Rebel against subliminal advertising!) and you might learn something when you least expect it. So shame on you if you don't have issues from Winter 99! You have no idea what you've been missing! Go get some now! Or then again, wait until the end of your lecture; you might even learn something when you least expect it there too.
Greg "hologrami" Taylor