The annual Lambda Lecture is happening soon! This lecture will be an eye-opening way of thinking about the size of languages and the expressive power of operators. We strongly urge you to attend.
- October 1st
- 4pm to 6pm
- CIT 3rd Floor Atrium
We here are not likely to run away with the foolish notion, that lectures can teach us a science without careful study of our own. They can but excite us to begin to work for ourselves: possibly they may assist our efforts; they can in now way supersede them.
Hand-written note on the first page of the notebook NOTES from PROFESSOR SEDGWICK'S LECTURES ON GEOLOGY, October Term, 1848. (Copied by hand from from Sedgwick Museum, University of Cambridge.)
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