By Tom Toce
Twelve of the across answers in this puzzle are one letter too long, so leave them out.
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By Stephen Meskin
Combinatorial problems are often posed using urns into which balls are placed and then withdrawn.
By Robert Rietz
My longtime friend Albert, a math professor at Magnificent State University in the Mitten State, prefers Amtrak to flying.
Young actuary leaders represent the future of the actuarial profession, bringing innovation, new perspectives and skills, and an embrace of leadership roles to guide it into the future. They are essential to the continuing success and growth of the U.S. actuarial profession.
By Jeff Petertil
Thirty years ago, The Wall Street Journal published on its editorial page an article I wrote.
By R. Greg Szrama III
The name itself sounds cynical—Zero Trust. It evokes an image of the X-Files informant Deep Throat telling Mulder to “Trust no one.”
Letters regarding the July/August 2022 and September/October 2022 issues of Contingencies.
By Eric P. Harding
It’s just before the Academy’s Envision Tomorrow: Annual Meeting 2022 (Nov. 2–3) as I write this note, and the staff is abuzz.