2024, Course 18 (minor: 6 & 17)
Katie is a senior studying math from Buffalo, New York. (If you let her, she would love to tell you why upstate is better than the city). Her hobbies include painting, cooking, and playing Stardew Valley with her friends. She joined CoMM to help amplify minority voices in the math department, as well as help first years adjust to life at MIT.
2024, Course 18
Paige is a senior studying mathematics from Fresno, California. She enjoys dungeons and dragons, education, and writing. She hopes to make a change in undergraduate education-- making college level mathematics more widely available and accessible to students around the world.
Jon is a '24 studying Math & Comp Sci from New Jersey! I joined CoMM to help the underrepresented feel supported by the department. Outside math, I spend most of my time doing music things around campus.
2025, Course 18 (minor: 24)
Hi! I'm a junior studying math and philosophy. I'm originally from California. My academic interests right now include information theory, algebra, theory of language, and climate modeling. Some other things I enjoy are long-distance running, long-distance walking, fire-spinning, collecting cool earrings, and meeting new people :)) I want to help foster community and inclusivity in the math department.
Elijah is a senior from New York City. He is studying math and computer science in hopes of being a teacher someday. He spends his time curating the best music taste in the world, obsessing over puzzle games, and playing lots of Smash Bros. In CoMM, he's focused on getting underrepresented voices heard in the math department.
I am a senior studying math from Minnesota, and my hobbies include traveling and watching movies. I want to help freshmen navigate the advisor selection process and to advocate for all students.
Jemma is a senior studying math from the Bay Area in California broadly interested in topology. Outside of thinking about math, Jemma is member of MIT's Varsity Sailing Team, Alpha Chi Omega, and enjoys rock climbing, lifting, running, and baking. As a member of CoMM, Jemma wants to advocate for the undergraduate perspective and make sure undergraduates of all backgrounds feel supported and included in the math department.