In science, a mole is the name for Avogadro’s number: 6.02 X 10^23rd. In the science world, it was once said that on October 23rd, at 6:02 in the morning, scientists were supposed to celebrate the mole. On October 18, ONW celebrated Mole Day by holding a Mole Day celebration in the Flex Theater. Chemistry students spent their class period being entertained by examples of exciting chemistry in real life with fun demonstrations from ONW’s chemistry teachers. They ended the hour with a feast on many various mole-shaped treats that the students brought in themselves.