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Five Intersecting Tetrahedra

You may have heard of the dodecahedron, the classic 12-faced polyhedron, but this week we’ll take a look inside this hedron and discover that there is more than meets the eye. As it turns out, 5 tetrahedra can fit in an intersecting pattern with each of the tetrahedral corners coinciding with the dodecahedron’s! Harry will… Continue reading Five Intersecting Tetrahedra

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Cake Box Collab with UTAMA

It’s time for our annual collaboration with our clubhouse roommates, the Anime and Manga Association (UTAMA)! We will be folding a cake box inspired by Yumeiro Pattisiere so you can have your cake, and eat it too (actually we don’t recommend you eat this one unless you’re lacking fiber). ∠( ᐛ 」∠)_ Yumeiro Pattisiere is about… Continue reading Cake Box Collab with UTAMA

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Origami Snowflake Collab with SAAUT

This week, we will be collaborating with the Students’ Alzheimer’s Alliance (SAAUT)! On February 7, SAAUT will hold their annual gala, which is an event highlighting the positive impact of art and performance on those living with Alzheimer’s disease. The featured model of Friday, January 17, is the snowflake designed by Dennis Walker. It’s an… Continue reading Origami Snowflake Collab with SAAUT

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Origami Flexiball with IAAM

All hail modular origami! Finally, after a long semester of traditional models, we can finally sneak my favourite form of origami back into the club spotlight. (╯✧ ∇ ✧)╯ Join us on 12/6 for an exciting collaboration with UofT It’s All About Math (IAAM). We will fold the flexiball, which is a beginner-intermediate difficulty model… Continue reading Origami Flexiball with IAAM

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Origami Dinosaurs

Life uh… finds a way, and this time, it’s through origami! Although these dinos could pack a mean punch, they’d also apparently make for great pets. At 34 steps, you have the Protoceratops designed by Kawahata. Protoceratops are herbivores that om nom nommed on Cretaceous plants with their hook-like beaks and strong jaws. Maybe if… Continue reading Origami Dinosaurs