MC Resources

MCs –
Please use this page to help learn your info. If you have any comments or additional resources you’d like to share, feel free to add it using the comments section below!
Remember, you have all the Brothers, Sisters, as well as the joint MC class to help you. AEA.

Week 1 Info
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M = Mu, pronounced “myu” (like the pokémon!), not “moo”
T = Tau, pronounced “taw” or “tah”, not “tao” (as in “how”)
Φ = Phi, pronounced “fee” or “fai”
– The pronunciation of many Greek letters have been anglicized.  For example, even though English users pronounce “iota” and “pi” with the “ai” sound (as in “cry”), Modern Greek doesn’t even have that sound in their phonology! Pronunciation of Φ as “fee” or “fai” is not dependent on whether it follows a vowel or not.  It’s a misconception and the truth is “fee” is Greek and “fai” is anglicized. In the end, IT JUST DOESN’T MATTER and both would be acceptable in English. Click here if you’d like to know how Greek letters would be pronounced by a Greek user.
http://www.goldennumber.net/pronouncing-phi/

2014-2015 Executive Board

 

Week 2 Info
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National Founding Fathers
W
illiam Coppedge
Clyde Haston
Asher Hendrickson
Dick Hurst
A. Frank Martin
Iron H. Nelson
William A. Scroggs
Raymond D. Shannon
Clayton Soule
Carl Stevens
Bohumil Makovsky

W-CAD, A-HAD, C-C-B

Week 3 Info
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Week 4 Info
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Week 5 Info
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Week 6 Info
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Week 7 Info
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Week 8 Info
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Week 9 Info

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