The thing about Geometry, Members, is, it’s solid. It’s also spacey. And, like any good hair product advert from the 1970s, it has volume. But the best part about Geometry is that is was part of the Quadrivium – a group of hot thinking skills taught in tandem to the brainiacs of the Renaissance period: Arithmetic, Geometry, Music, Astronomy. That said, high school geometry is a far cry from the celestial velvet robes of Michealangelo’s time. So if this week’s maths come on as boring as old Mrs. Gorsky, don’t let it ruin your Pi Day. Dig up a Oxyrhynchus Papyri, figure out the Euclidian requirements for your triple axel and skate with the infintesimal calculus the most delicious number of them all: 3.14.