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Issue 15 of Chalkdust, a magazine for the mathematically curious, is out today

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I love this magazine so much that I have 1000 copies of it in my front room
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I'm big into bouldering and only saw the link name chalkdust. Thought it was a climbing magazine and was thoroughly confused on some of those posts.
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Yay!
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Thanks! I’d never heard of this magazine before. Can’t wait to check it out!!
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