Jake Tawney completed "Turning the Lights Out with Linear Algebra" under the direction of Dr. Todd Feil in the fall of 1997 at Denison University. One year later, Jake extended the result to the three dimensional version, Lights Out Cube. In preparation for the Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, "Turning the Lights Out in Three Dimensions was written and presented in the Spring of 1999, again under the direction of Dr. Feil. In May of 2000, Jake will graduate with a double major in Mathematics and Computer Science from Denison University in Granville, Ohio. Jake has accepted a graduate offer at The Ohio State University and will begin his study in June of 2000. His mathematical interests are in Abstract Algebra, mainly Group Theory, and in Number Theory, both Classical and Algebraic. While at Ohio State, Jake hopes to earn a PhD in Mathematics and a Masters Degree in Computer Science.