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Math Club Escapades: Aboard the SpookTanic !!!!

Aboard the Spooktanic!!

Last night, members of the Math Club gathered in the Math Lounge, not to do math but to have pizza, chill, and go on a spooktacular group bonding adventure at the William A. Irvin Haunted Ship. It was a great way of getting away from classes and midterms and of showing all and sundry that the Math Club is NOT just about math. In fact, only a quarter of the students in the club are Math-major intended. Therefore, all are welcome!

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