So the mastHEAD existed, then it was lost and forgotten. Somehow it was put into the Lost and Found, then it was found... wow, that was a short story...
On another note, in just over a week (January 25th to be exact), mathNEWS will be 31 years young. I'll be celebrating by going to watch the Royal Rumble (this year's annual 30-man battle royale is building to be a good one). We'll be having a special 'belated' birthday party the next night while we put together the next issue of mathNEWS (everyone's invited to help out: Monday, January 26th 6:30 pm, MC 3038) - we'll be having pizza as usual, and since it's a birthday, we'll have some cake as well.
So with today being a rare election day for MathSoc, we decided to ask the mathNEWS writers "Who's your write-in candidate for MathSoc president?" Jim (The Fragile Emperor), Eric (Jed Bartlet), Valacosa (Vlad the impaler...sure, he'd do a good job), Soo (me! oh wait...), e (Dino — the best of both worlds), Keslen (Phil Weiner he'd be so pleased! ^_^), Craig (Martin Sheen), Laymond (This inanimate carbon rod, I mean Ian's mom), SquirrelKING (Papa Smurf), SheepNine (Faust - I agree with his strong economic decisions), Diana (Alex Trebek).
Special thanks to Campus Pizza, who wondered why we didn't order an 'Albert' pizza (no sauce, pepperoni, bacon, and sausage) for the first time in a few years, and UW Graphics for that special thing they do (ie: printing mathNEWS for your viewing pleasure).
Krease (Ian's Mom)
Louis (The Winner)