# Calendar Fall 2014

Date | Time | Place | Description |
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September 4 | 3:30 p.m. | LCB 219 | Chapter Meeting |

September 25 | 3:30–4:30 p.m. | LCB 219 | Temari WorkshopEver wonder what the world would be like without parallel lines? Welcome to life on a sphere! After an introduction to a geometry that won’t let itself be tied down to a plane, we will discuss spherical symmetries. And to make these ideas concrete, we will craft our own Japanese temari balls! Instructions to finish. |

October 22 | 9:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. | T. Benny Rushing Mathematics Center | MegaMenger Fractal Build, Part 1A Menger Sponge is a three-dimensional fractal which can be made from cubes attached together. Twenty single cubes made from business cards can be joined to make a Level 1 Menger Sponge, twenty Level 1 sponges make a Level 2 sponge, and twenty Level 2 sponges make a Level 3. Join our level 2 build! Flyer |

October 23 | 1:00–5:00 p.m. | T. Benny Rushing Mathematics Center | MegaMenger Fractal Build, Part 2A Menger Sponge is a three-dimensional fractal which can be made from cubes attached together. Twenty single cubes made from business cards can be joined to make a Level 1 Menger Sponge, twenty Level 1 sponges make a Level 2 sponge, and twenty Level 2 sponges make a Level 3. Join our level 2 build! Flyer |

October 24 | 11:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. | T. Benny Rushing Mathematics Center | MegaMenger Fractal Build, Part 3A Menger Sponge is a three-dimensional fractal which can be made from cubes attached together. Twenty single cubes made from business cards can be joined to make a Level 1 Menger Sponge, twenty Level 1 sponges make a Level 2 sponge, and twenty Level 2 sponges make a Level 3. Join our level 2 build! Flyer |

December 4 | 3:30–4:30 p.m. | LCB 219 | Snowflake WorkshopA fractal is a natural phenomenon that exhibits a repeating pattern that displays at every scale. They are found in places as small as a cell membrane and those as large as the solar system. Winter holidays are just around the corner, and what can be a better way to welcome them than crafting 3D snowflake-fractals and watching a great documentary “Hunting The Hidden Dimension” (Nova 2008). Flyer |