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Pi Day

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  • Three middle schoolers win Carson scholarships [Glenwood/Glenelg/Dayton]

    Congratulations to the 2014 winners of the Carson Scholars Fund Scholarship program from Folly Quarter Middle School and Glenwood Middle School. The Carson Scholars Fund is a nonprofit organization founded by Dr. Benjamin S. Carson, and his wife, Candy,...
  • Event info: Pi Day at Maryland Science Center

    Event info: Pi Day at Maryland Science Center
  • Find: Pie recipes for Pi Day

    Find: Pie recipes for Pi Day
  • Easy as pi

    Not many numbers can claim their own holiday. Yet math lovers and educators nationwide celebrate the elusive —and seemingly infinite — pi, better known as 3.14, every year on March 14. For the past five years, the mathematics department at C....
  • Pi Day cuisine

     
    March 14 is Pi Day, which celebrates that nice, irrational number 3.141593-yada-yada-yada representing the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. (Thanks, math-teacher husband.) It's also an excuse for a party.Donna Beth Joy Shapiro, of the...
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  • Downers Grove North senior recites 3,141 digits of pi

     Downers Grove North senior recites 3,141 digits of pi
    Each year Downers Grove North High School conducts a contest for students to recite the most digits from memory of the never-ending mathematical figure known as pi. This year on March 14, known as Pi Day, the razor-sharp recall of senior Michael Schirle...
  • Today is Pi Day. Detractors say pi really is half-baked

    Today is Pi Day. Detractors say pi really is half-baked
    Today is Pi Day. Math nerds and geometry aficionados will be celebrating the mathematical constant that describes the relationship between the circumference of a circle and its diameter. For those who need a refresher: Take a circle that is 1 inch...
  • Pi day in Orlando marks countdown to March 28 and 30 deadlines for National Pie Championship entries

    Pi day in Orlando marks countdown to March 28 and 30 deadlines for National Pie Championship entries
    Thursday, March 14, 2014, or 3.14, is our time to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Pi Day, a day dedicated in honor of the never ending number, 3.14159... To celebrate Pi Day in a more tangible way, the American Pie Council encourages the nation to...
  • California: Happy Pi Day! Best ways to celebrate 3.14

    California: Happy Pi Day! Best ways to celebrate 3.14
    Friday is Pi Day -- the Greek letter that represents the mathematical number 3.14159 (etc.)-- a thoroughly American invention with more happening than you might think. The day may not merit a stop at the mall for a gift (unless you're buying something...
  • Restaurants, pastry shops celebrate Pi Day

    Restaurants, pastry shops celebrate Pi Day
    You don't have to be a math/science geek to appreciate that today, March 14, is celebrated in certain circles as Pi Day (3.14, get it?). That coincidence of the calendar has inspired pie purveyors all over town (pizza included!) to offer special deals....
  • Happy Pi Day! Celebrate with 52 pie recipes

    Happy Pi Day! Celebrate with 52 pie recipes
    It's Pi Day! While geekdom recognizes March 14 (3.14) as the unofficial glorious day symbolic of the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, we say, make a pie. We've compiled 52 of our favorite pie recipes -- everything from cream pies...