Please note that years older than 2007-2008 have no handouts yet.
The following schedule shows who will be leading the circle on a given day.

Date
Leader
Topic
Handouts
September 07
Tom Davis
Counting Things
September 14
Tim Sanders
Selected matheleague.org problems
September 21
BAMA at SCU : Dan Goldston
Are There Infinitely Many Twin Primes?
September 28
Brian Conrey
Number Theory
October 05
Sam Vandervelde
Invariants
October 12
Olga Holtz
Congruence
October 19
BAMA at SJSU : Mike Beeson
The Mechanization of Mathematics
October 26
Ioana Dumitriu
Algorithmic Problems and Puzzles
November 02
David Hayes
Graph Theory and How to Avoid Instant Insanity!
November 09
David Hayes
Combinatorics (Bob problems)
November 16
No meeting!
No meeting!
November 19
BAMA at SCU : Colm Mulcahy
Magic with Math (Eine Kleine Nachtmagie)
November 23
Break
Thanksgiving Break
November 30
Tom Davis
Introduction to Geometric Construction
December 07
Meets at SCU : Tom Rike
The Heptadecagon
December 14
Tom Davis
The Mathematics of Sudoku
December 21
Break
Winter Break
January 11
David Hayes
Introduction to Finite Fields
January 18
BAMA at SJSU : Scott Kim
Tales of a Mathematical Puzzle Designe r
January 25
Sam Vandervelde
Number Theory (Square Numbers in Particular)
February 01
Elwyn Berlekamp
The Game of Hackenbush
February 08
Joshua Zucker
Counting: Binomial Coefficiens Everywhere!
February 15
BAMA at SCU : Helen Moore
Mathematical Rx
February 22
Meets at SCU : Tatiana Shubin
BAMO Preparation
February 28
Contest
Bay Area Mathematical Olympiad
March 01
Tatiana Shubin and/or Tom Davis
BAMO Aftermath
March 08
Steve Blasberg
Problems from US Math Competitions
March 11
Contest
BAMO Awards
March 15
BAMA at SJSU : Ken Ribet
Modularity and Congruence Counting
March 22
Joshua Zucker
Counting and Symmetry
March 29
Tatiana Shubin
Geometric Combinatorics
April 05
Tom Davis
Practical Probability: Casino Odds and Sucker Bets
April 12
BAMA at SJSU : David Bressoud
The Art of Counting
April 19
Lenny Ng
Platonic Solids
April 26
Tom Rike
Archimedes and the Arbelos
May 03
Hidefumi Katsuura/Stan Isaacs
Pizza Party and Awards!

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