‘Billy ‘Pi’dol’ is theme of math department’s Pi Day celebration

Roger Coda
image of Pi Day trophy

The Pi Day trophy.

“Billy 'Pi'dol Presents a Nice Day for a Pi Wedding” is the theme of the 22nd Pi Day Celebration to be staged by the Department of Mathematical Sciences on Thursday, March 10, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., in McEwen Hall Room 209.

Students will test their math skill sets across four different events. The event, which was held virtually last year, will showcase plenty of dancing, singing, eating and mathematics.

The Pi Cup will be awarded to the winning team, and all its members will receive a one-off t-shirt. The Pi Cup will be on display in the department’s “fishbowl” the week prior to the event.

The 2022 Pi Day celebration is being held four days early due to the semester spring break.

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