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Roberto Rubalcaba, a San Diego State alumnus, is a general math studies professor. However, his mathematical methods are anything but traditional. Rubalcaba has his own way of bringing math to life with music, art and his unwavering passion for his students.
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If you have a room the size of a Starbucks, how much cubic funk can you fill it up with before the walls start to buckle? One man in Dayton has been struggling to find out. The Funk Music Hall of Fame and Exhibition Center, a labor of love many years in the making, has been collecting mementos and record albums from those who gave us the funk. But the endeavor received a noteworthy boost when musician George Clinton signed on as a supporter this spring. Funkenstein himself, you are on your way. A tour of the nascent museum, in the Fire Block District on the edge of downtown Dayton, revealed a venue strewn with unfilled glass cases and bulletin boards loaded with album covers, promotional photographs, and placards for the artists to be honored. The room was full of hope but lacked the one thing any space dedicated to funk really ought to be full of: smell. Because one fundamental definition of funk is that it is the smell of exertion, be it sex or hard work. To be honest, not many museums provide patrons with an appropriate aroma. Back in the day funk was a bad word, he notes—something a DJ would risk suspension simply for saying.
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