The electronic version of the latest issue of the Girls’ Angle Bulletin is now available on our website.

The cover features a planar configuration by Leah Berman, associate professor of mathematics at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. There are 240 lines and 240 points arranged so that each line contains 6 of the 240 points and each point sits on 6 of the 240 lines. More images of planar configurations by Leah and Nadine Alise can be found in *Mathematical Buffet**.*

This issue’s interview is with University of Oregon Professor Emerita Marie Vitulli. In this first part of a 2 part interview, we learn about Prof. Vitulli’s field and how she got into mathematics.

Special thanks to Professor Emeritus Thomas Moore for contributing a problem about Pythagorean triples. If you haven’t heard of Pythagorean triples, Prof. Moore gives a brief introduction and more challenges in *Pythagorean Triples Challenge*.

Angles pervade much of this issue. In *Learn By Doing*, Addie Summer covers the basic of angle measure. Then, Lightning Factorial follows Emily and Jasmine as they use angles to design a stained glass window. Finally, in this issue’s *Math In Your World*, I write about one of John and Jane Kostick’s latest creations, which they dub the Quintetra Assembly. To compute the necessary angles needed to create a wood sculpture for this amazing polyhedron, several angles must be computed. In this article, I sketch how to determine these angles and include a net, courtesy of the Kosticks, for Jane’s Quintetra block, 30 of which can be used to build a model of the Quintetra Assembly.

Finally, Anna continues her investigation of *x* to the *x*.

We hope you enjoy it!

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