By Dianna Douglas
Photo by Robert Kozloff
During her first year in the College, Maggie Cornelius got stuck on some advanced calculus. She mentioned her trouble with Epsilon-Delta proofs to Sarah Peluse, a friend on the women’s cross-country team, little knowing that she was about to get help from one of the best young mathematicians of her generation.
Math can be really fun. Solving an especially interesting problem is its own reward.”