Here is the list of papers you will be making presentations on. I will be updating the list as I am being informed. (This list may change, if you decide to work on a different paper, this is mostly so we can keep track of the papers that have been chosen so far.)

Jason Arnold. G. Casella, E. George, Explaining the Gibbs Sampler , The American Statistician , 46(3) (Aug., 1992), 167-174.
Nathan Bailey. C. Hardin, A. Taylor, A Peculiar Connection Between the Axiom of Choice and Predicting the Future , The American Mathematical Monthly , 115(2) (2008), 91-96.
Robert Balmer. M. Barinski, Fair Majority Voting (or How to Eliminate Gerrymandering) , The American Mathematical Monthly , 115(2) (2008), 97-113.
Upashana Borthakur. D. Knuth, Computer Science and Its Relation to Mathematics , The American Mathematical Monthly , 81 (1974), 323-343.
Nick Davidson. J. Grabiner, Who gave you the epsilon? Cauchy and the origins of rigorous calculus , The American Mathematical Monthly , 91 (1983), 185-194.
Jason Droesch. P. Borwein, L. Jörgenson, Visible Structures in Number Theory , The American Mathematical Monthly , 108(10) (Dec., 2001), 897-910.
Rik Dummar. K. Kendig, Is a 2000-Year-Old Formula Still Keeping Some Secrets? , The American Mathematical Monthly , 107(5) (May, 2000), 402-415.
Amy Griffin. M. Mossinghoff, A $1 dollar problem , The American Mathematical Monthly , 113 (2006), 385-402.
James Hensley. S. Finch, J. Wetzel, Lost in a forest , The American Mathematical Monthly , 111(8) (2004), 645-654.
Joseph Lohmeier. S. Northshield, Associativity of the Secant Method , The American Mathematical Monthly , 109 (2002), 246-257.
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