2019 Pi Day

Pi Day (March 14th) has always been a special date to MIT. It is celebrated on March 14th because 3.14 are the first digits of the irrational number π. Every year MIT announces its admission results for the upcoming undergraduate class on this day. It is also MIT’s annual giving day, during which MIT students and alumni come together to support the institute to help expand educational resources to empower learners worldwide.

This year, as usual, the EECS GSA has thrown a “pie” party for fellow EECS graduate students to celebrate this event. 24 whole pies of different flavors were ordered from Petsi Pies were and Flour Bakery, with vegan and gluten-free options as well. A lot of students showed up at the event and enjoyed the delicious pies with friends at the 8th-floor cafe of RLE.

Shout out to Mina Dalirrooyfard (in front), who helped organize the event with our social VP Social Farnaz Jahanbakhsh (not in scene).
EECS graduate students enjoy slices of pie with friends at the 8th-floor cafe.