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Tag Archives: Social Justice
In editing the AMS Graduate Student Blog, we hope to provide a platform for discussion about issues that affect and are important to the lives of graduate students. At times, this has meant publishing pieces that grapple with complicated and … Continue reading →
The mathematical community is one, which—while not as diverse as it could/should be—counts as members individuals from all backgrounds and of all identities. These individualities are something we as a community should cherish and support. One outlet for such support … Continue reading →
When I learned how to multiply matrices in 10th grade, my initial reaction was, “Why on earth would anyone ever want to do that?” Compared to addition and subtraction, the rules of matrix multiplication seemed arbitrary and meaningless. Alas, this … Continue reading →