Mathematical Reflections intends to fill the editor’s perceived need for a publication aimed primarily at high school students, undergraduates, and everyone interested in mathematics. Through articles and problems, we seek to expose readers to a variety of interesting topics that are fully accessible to the target audience.
Through the articles, we hope to expand the horizons of the student readers, introducing them to material outside the scope of most classes. For instructors, the articles provide an intriguing opportunity to move away from a structured curriculum, motivate the addressed problem, and guide students through to the invaluable moments of discovery.
Through the problem column, we challenge students to develop their creative problem solving and reasoning skills by devising solutions to the proposed questions. Exceptional solutions will be published, with the intent of encouraging students to formally write out and submit their work to be showcased in print.
The journal invites submissions from students and instructors alike for all sections.