Wednesday Puzzle: Secret Santa Logic

At the Persephone Magazine office holiday party, in between the recappers drinking too much champagne and starting an impromptu acapella version of “Istanbul (not Constantinople)” and Team Copy Edit photocopying themselves into doge memes (wow. so eggnog. much song. many tinsel.) , several members of the staff delivered their secret Santa gifts to the intended recipients. From the clues below, can you determine who gave what to whom, and in what order? Read More Wednesday Puzzle: Secret Santa Logic

Logic Problem: Nails Nails Nails

The scientists at Persephone labs are releasing a set of nail polish colors. From the included clues, can you identify the product name (one is called “Squirt”), the color of each shade (one is purple), the type of polish (one is matte), and who invented each one?  Read More Logic Problem: Nails Nails Nails

The Return of the Wednesday Logic Problem

In the fall television season of 2016, the editors and writers of Persephone Magazine, tired of the same old, same old, took over the programming schedule.  Read More The Return of the Wednesday Logic Problem

Wednesday Logic Problem: Salads and Shakes With Interesting People

Five P-mag writers were sent out to interview five interesting people, over shakes and salads. Read More Wednesday Logic Problem: Salads and Shakes With Interesting People

Wednesday Logic Problem: Troll Infestation

Are you ready to work out your gray matter? Today’s logic problem has fewer variables, but it’s no less of a noodle bender than previous weeks. Mwahahaha.  Read More Wednesday Logic Problem: Troll Infestation

Wednesday Logic Problem: Period Magic

Thanks to elected officials who wouldn’t know a uterus from a sorting hat, the magical secrets we all keep in our ladyparts are no longer shrouded in mystery. And that calls for a logic problem.  Read More Wednesday Logic Problem: Period Magic

Wednesday Logic Problem: The Chore Chart

Ready to kill some time honing your deductive reasoning skills? Today’s logic problem is after the cut. Read More Wednesday Logic Problem: The Chore Chart