Archive for March, 2006

No Real Privacy Victory in Google Subpoena Case

Late yesterday afternoon, US District Judge James Ware denied the Department of Justice’s request to compel Google to turn over a sample of its users’ search queries. Privacy advocates have been quick to celebrate a victory. However, although there are several very enouraging signs, a close reading of the reasoning in the judge’s opinion shows […]

Visit a Math Major in the Business World

So maybe you don’t want to teach and don’t want to be an actuary or a computer geek. Is there some other way you can get paid for the general analytical abilities you are acquiring as a math or cs major? Yes! And now you have an opportunity to pay a visit to a Gustie […]

Photo of MCS Scene Wins Contest

Of over 150 entries in the Campus Community Photography Contest, “Let Epsilon Greater Than Zero Be Given” by Maggie Sagstuen was the overall winner as well as taking first place in the “Living and Learning” catgegory. The model is MCS major Mitch Engel. To see the photo in context of other winners and finalists, see […]