From left: Professor Emeritus Larry Knop, Gordon Bogardus ’17, Emmerson Zhaime ’17, Emily Hedison '17 and Professor Sally Cockburn.

Three Hamilton seniors presented talks at the Seaway Section Meeting of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) at SUNY Oswego on April 1.

Gordon Bogardus discussed weighted least squares regression, Emily Hedison spoke about extensions of rock-paper-scissors and Emmerson Zhaime’s talk focused on reliability and Cronbach’s alpha.

Hedison and Zhaime also upheld Hamilton’s honor in a Rubik’s Cube competition, despite being unfamiliar with the cube. 

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