The club was organized Fall of 1969. In the spring of 1971 the club won a trophy during the Penny Carnival for its demonstration of a "human computer." It was formally organized in 1986-1987. Marj Keever was the first president and Lowell W. Beineke, Douglas Townsend and Junwarjit S. Bagga the first faculty advisors. The purpose of the club was to promote social interaction among faculty and students interested in mathematics.
Source: Departmental Faculty (May 27, 2005)