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January 13, 2017

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Friday, January 13, 2017

End Day Law Intersession (Multi-Day Event)
Law Intersession Classes
All Day Law School - Intersession Make-up Day
Intersession Make-up Day
All Day Maghi
Sikh holyday. Maghi is the Punjabi name for the festival of Makar Sankranti which is celebrated all over India as a winter harvest festival. Maghi is celebrated on the first day of Magh as per the Punjabi calendar and is celebrated in Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, and Haryana. It is a cultural, seasonal and a religious festival marking the agricultural New Year and the increase in daylight. For Sikhs, The day of Maghi is observed to honor the heroic fight of the Chali Mukte, or the Forty Liberated Ones, who sacrificed their own lives defending an attack by the imperial army on 29 December 1705.  Pilgrims take a holy dip in sacred waters and also visit several shrines.
8:30 AM - 8:30 PM Mathematics and Art: Searching for Pattern

Mathematics and Art: Searching for Pattern is the second exhibit in the Suffolk University Gallery fall Art + Science + Design series. Co-curators George Fifield and Deborah Davidson have brought together a range of responses to the idea of searching for pattern by artists, mathematicians, and scientists. The works in the exhibit range from those that are computer generated, to 3-D sculpture, painting, drawing, and animation.

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