# Category Archives: Event

## Undergraduate Colloquium: Harmonic Maps and Their Applications

Join us on Thursday, October 22 for an undergraduate colloquium in applied mathematics! The speaker, our very own Dr. Sarah Post, will talk about what harmonic maps are and why we should be interested in them. We will also build … Continue reading

## Luana!!!

Aloha Mathematics Warriors!! Please join us on Friday, September 18, for an informal discussion about some foundational mathematical results. Specifically, The Continuum Hypothesis The Axiom of Choice Equivalence Relations The Mean Value Theorem The Completeness of the Reals Find out … Continue reading

## Luana Christmas Bash

Happy Holidays! This semester’s end is nigh, Christmas is nigh, and the new year is nigh… so let’s celebrate! Put on your ugliest Christmas sweeter, jingle your bells, and take your free picture with Santa Clause. That’s right. Santa will … Continue reading

## Haunted Luana!!

Hey there ghouls and gals! Are you ready for another Luana? Then come and join us this Friday for some ice cream cake and spooky mathemagical fun! O, and don’t forget to wear a costume! when: Friday, October 31 where: … Continue reading

## Event – Luana This Thursday!

Join the Manoa Math Ohana this Thursday for our first Luana of the semester. Luana is a time to sit back and converse with your fellow mathematics warriors. Whether you are an undergraduate, a graduate, or even a faculty member, … Continue reading