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For many Americans, June 19, or Juneteenth, commemorates the end of slavery in the United States. In recognizing Juneteenth as a day of significance, we the senior leadership will exercise the choice to take a personal day of leave from work on Friday, June 18, or Monday, June 21, to reflect on the past, educate ourselves and energize our commitment to influence organizational change in the present.

The data wranglers

Illustration: Scientists sifting through data

A degree in particle physics or astrophysics can lead to a career in data science. Physicists know how to take enormous amounts of raw data and use it to address a question—often approaching it from multiple angles before finding the answer.

Looking for Fermilab photos, graphics and videos? The Office of Communication has revamped the search page for the Fermilab multimedia archive and created numerous multimedia galleries for topics of interest to employees, users, reporters and the public. We will continue to add more topical galleries in the future. Questions? Contact creativeservices@fnal.gov.

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Scientists Luke Pickering, Kirsty Duffy and Anne Norrick met for a work party on Feb. 27. With music playing in the background, they prepared handouts for an outreach event in March. people, lab life Photo: Kurt Riesselmann

Scientists Luke Pickering, Kirsty Duffy and Anne Norrick met for a work party on Feb. 27. With music playing in the background, they prepared handouts for an outreach event in March.

Interested in taking your kids alligator watching in Aurora? SciTech is hosting a family-friendly, New Orleans-themed event at its museum on Sunday afternoon, March 5, including jazz music, Cajun snacks, and Bubba the alligator. Plus lots of hands-on exhibits. Info and tickets at http://scitechmuseum.org/scitech-mardi-gras/