Let's get creative with cubes! Use three colors to decorate the faces of 27 small cubes, then put them together to form a 3x3x3 cube. But wait, there's a catch: can you color the little cubes so that the large cube looks like it's all one color? Can you change it to a different color? How about the third color? Join mathematician Harold Reiter as he takes us on a colorful journey into the combinatorial properties of cubes.