As a student-run event, we are always looking for volunteers to help out!

**Date:** November 19th (Saturday)

**Time:** 9 am – noon, but we would also appreciate extra volunteers for the afternoon

**Role:** Proctoring

**Perks:** FREE (yummy) breakfast, FREE (catered) lunch, FREE (sexy) t-shirt

If you are interested in helping out, you can contact ypatel@princeton.edu. Additionally, if you are interested in helping test-solve, you can contact eneyman@princeton.edu.

]]>**Who**: Prof. Jerry Wang

**What**: To Square or Not to Square

**When**: 5:00 PM — 6:00 PM, Tuesday, 10/18

**Where**: Fine 110

Abstract: I will be speaking about my two research areas on rational points on hyperelliptic curves and squarefree sieve of discriminants.

]]>Our first Board Game Night of the year will be this Friday!

**Time:** 9-12 PM, Friday, September 18, 2015

**Place:** Fine Common Room

Come hang out and enjoy a leisurely night playing board games and eating delicious snacks. There will be pizza!

]]>We are also looking for advertisers! More information can be found here:

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Principia announcement on webpage of Princeton’s Office of Undergraduate Research:

https://undergraduateresearch.princeton.edu/news/principia-now-accepting-submissions-spring-issue

]]>Where: Fine common room

When: Friday 5/9, 3:30pm (a.k.a. tea time!)

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Princeton University Press gave us a bunch of new books! They’re on the shelf in Fine Hall Common Room. Feel free to check them out! Please keep them in the Common Room though!

]]>The title of the talk will be “Conic spherical metrics”. Here is the abstract:

I will discuss the problem of constructing spherical structures on 2-sphere with prescribed conic angles and its connection to geometric stability. In the end, I will briefly discuss higher dimensional analogue of this problem.

Hope to see you there!

]]>Deterministic chaos is a property of deterministic dynamics. I shall explain main properties of chaotic dynamics and give some example of chaotic dynamical systems.

Prof. Sinai is known for his work in dynamic systems. As many of you may have heard, he received the Abel Prize, which is often described as the mathematician’s Nobel Prize, not long ago. Check out his wikipedia page if you are interested!http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yakov_Sinai

]]>Where: **Fine 214**

What:

Abstract: