If there existed a magazine called PlayGeek, Jen would be their
spokeswoman. Beautiful, voluptuous and a huge set of brain
hemispheres, she is a cyberpunk's wet dream.
The latest I saw her was in an Internet Security class, we hope
to be creating a
geek house for next year.
Professor Review page provides a way for UCSC students to help
each other discover which teachers are the best at their job.
I met Matt in one of the best classes I have ever experienced,
"What is mathematics?". The class was designed to show why
mathematicians do what they do, math as an art form. Matt and I
culminated the class with a project entitled
Truncated Trickery, which he has since turned into an
VRML presentation. Astounding visualization skills and
a beautiful mathematical intuition assure Matt that he will
discover a multitude of mathematical realites.
I think some of the best conversations I ever have are with Mike.
He is one of those people with whom you can stay up to the wee
hours of the morning talking about anything from mathematics
to oil companies to shrines. I am thourougly conviced that
he will one day be on Jeopardy and not only win, but correctly
question at least 90% of the answers given.
I really like his paper on
flywheels as well as his cool
I tried picking up on Nicole in my first quarter calculus class
section by eliciting the line "Hey, ever hear of Bucky balls?"
Luckily she was a Chem major and the line actually succeeded so
far as to get me into her dorm, though not much farther than that.
I like many of her philosophies and takes on life, I wish I saw
her more often.
Though her page may give off the appearance that Nicole is a goth,
she has assured me that no such thing could be farther from the
My first year in college, my first year living in those god awful
dorms, was definitely more pleasurable having Vinnie as my
roommate. Together we explored the deep dankness of the forest,
lit up our minds with photonic stimulation, wrote a datebook
program in intel assembler for that self-taught computer
engineering class, and watched the women pass us by.
Vinnie's page is weird; he has a section about
photonic stimulation if you are interested.