Happy Pi Day!
Today is the 22nd annual day to celebrate the ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle. The first version of Pi was discovered as early as ancient Babylonia.
March 14th, or 3.14, was named Pi Day in 1989 by Larry Shaw, a physicist working at the San Francisco Exploratorium. The Exploratorium has a history of cultures that discovered a form of Pi, and you can get an official Pi Day t-shirt, cookie cutter, and other geeky pi paraphernalia from the Pi Day site.
So grab a mathemetician—they could probably use a little more of that anyway—and ask them to tell you all about Pi. Then, go eat some pie! Maybe do some geometry! Okay, that’s probably not going to happen. Definitely eat some pie!