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3/14

Everything You Need To Know About Pi Day

The Huffington Post | Tyler McCarthy | Posted 03.14.2014 | Science

Today is the 26th celebration of National Pi Day, and the festivities are already underway. Pi is an irrational number that expresses the ratio of ...

WATCH: Pi Is NOT That Cool, And Here's Why

The Huffington Post | Isaac Saul | Posted 03.14.2014 | Science

Relax, everyone. Pi isn't that great. At least that's the word from "mathemusician" Vihart, whose new YouTube video was posted just in time for Pi Day...

Pi Day 3.14 (14)

David H. Bailey | Posted 05.13.2014 | Science
David H. Bailey

Originally a lighthearted gag where folks walked around San Francisco's Exploratorium in funny hats with pies and the like, by the turn of the century Pi Day was a major educational event in North American schools, garnering plenty of press.

Happy Pi Day!

The Huffington Post | Melissa Cronin | Posted 03.14.2013 | Science

Happy Pi Day! On March 14, mathematicians, scientists and everyone else who just loves pi (or pie) celebrate Pi Day—so named for the Greek symbol π...

Cara Santa Maria

WATCH: Pi Maven's Amazing Feat Spotlights Celebrated Constant

HuffingtonPost.com | Cara Santa Maria | Posted 03.14.2013 | Science

2012-03-14-Screenshot20120314at1.11.56PM.jpgToday is March 14, also known as 3.14, also known as Pi Day. Geeks around the world will unite today to celebrate one of the most unique and beautiful constants in all of mathematics.

Conservative Pie: Republicans Introduce Legislation Redefining Pi as Exactly 3

Ian Squires | Posted 05.25.2011 | Comedy
Ian Squires

Congresswoman Martha Roby (R-Ala.) is sponsoring HR 205: The Geometric Simplification Act, declaring the Euclidean mathematical constant of pi to be precisely 3 in an effort to improve test scores.

Pi Day: Time To Party!

Huffington Post | Verena von Pfetten | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living

Calling all math nerds! (It's OK -- haven't you heard? Geeks are the new chic!) Today, March 14, is Pi Day. Get it? 3/14? 3.14? Pi? C'mon, 8th Grade...