Ashley Borchardt and Josiah Reiswig brought their advisor Adam Goyt, Mathematics, to the Pi Mu Epsilon Conference in St. Joseph, MN on April 11. Ashley’s presentation, “Opening Doors with de Bruijn Sequence” was a discussion of the matrix-tree theorem and its application to enumerating de Bruijn sequences. Josiah’s presentation “k-Dependence on Hexagonal Boards” was a discussion of king placements on a hexagonal chess board and discussed lower and upper bounds for arrangements.