In this episode, we meet Rabbi Marley Weiner, the first full-time director of Dickinson’s Milton B. Asbell Center for Jewish Life. Also, Associate Professor of Mathematics Jeff Forrester unveils the “giants” we were looking for in last episode’s puzzler, and he has a new question involving cash and a comic book. Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 7 for a chance to win Dickinson swag. Plus, we check in on the Revolutionary Challenge as we ask a Dickinson alumnus innovator how ideas grow.
We visit the Interfaith Brunch at the Milton B. Asbell Center for Jewish Life and get to know Rabbi Marley Weiner, the Asbell Center's first full-time director.
Puzzler: Not for the Math-Challenged (Perhaps that's a misnomer)
"Abbé was seven francs short to buy a comic book, and Adele lacked one franc. They combined their money to buy one comic to share, but they still did not have enough money. How much did the comic book cost?" Listen to the new question at the 2:30 mark below.
Email your answer to email@example.com by Oct. 7, 2019, for a chance to win Dickinson swag.
We stop by the Revolutionary Challenge Ideation Workshop for a conversation with Parke Rhoads '99.
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Published September 18, 2019