They know it in math class, but they never have to use it! This is a video of three animators using math to tell an animated story and have fun while doing so. The goal is to tell a story visually (by using math) but only visually.
There are many ways to tell a story in animation. I want to show you the math behind each of them as I have done with the last video but with this video I wanted to show you not only the math behind the story but also let you see how it is different from the visual language that we are used to as animators.
A federal judge on Monday ordered the U.S. government to allow a legal challenge to a 2014 decision to strip a gay man of his citizenship.
The lawsuit by two men seeking to reverse that ban contends that the court’s ruling in U.S. v. Windsor invalidates the policy as well as several other sections of the Immigration and Nationality Act.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote for the court that the Windsor judgment doesn’t “implement the law in the way it was intended and the way it was actually carried out at the time the law was adopted.”
The case was filed in 2010 and the suit was filed at the end of last year. It was originally brought by three gay men who became U.S. citizens from Canada despite being unable to get married there because of the foreign ban on same-sex marriage.
Federal courts in New York and Massachusetts have affirmed the lower courts’ rulings on the constitutionality of the foreign ban.
The court has scheduled arguments in the case for Thursday.
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The University of Massachusetts at Amherst plans to add a “gay, lesbian, and bisexual” dormitory but wants to make a distinction between that name and what students are interested in as opposed to “homosexuals” or “bisexuals.”
The plan, which is currently on the agenda for the school’s Board of Visitors, is a revision of an existing proposal, which envisioned one LGBT dormitory in a section of a dorm that did not already have a “queer, transgender, or lesbian” dormitory, MPR News reports.
It’s unclear how the dormitory might look, but UMass Amherst President Ronald E. Daniels told MPR News that the school doesn’t want to be the place where “homosexual groups are invited into our residence
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