Tech is fortunate to have such vibrant diversity and students get to have many experiences that showcase this. Several on-campus initiatives, such as the student and faculty symposia, cultural events such as India Club’s annual [...]
Organizations like the Student Government Association (SGA) and the Global Jackets are excited about the various events that they have organized upcoming semester to make the campus more inclusive. Especially during Martin Luther King Jr. week, it is important to consider the diverse nature of Tech’s students and faculty.
t the start of a new year, several students’ thoughts rest with the idea of using their skills to help others and improve the human condition. Though this may sound idealistic, the Ideas to Serve Competition is making this idea very real. On Wednesday, Jan. 23, the Georgia Tech Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship is hosting an information session for students to learn about the competition.
With Phase I Registration in full swing, there are still students who have not provided proper documentation of their immunization status to Stamps Health Services. The immunizations are required for students to register for courses, and all students without proper documentation will have a block on their OSCAR account, preventing them from registering. As of Monday, Oct. 29, the number of students with unsatisfactory records was 320.
Ongoing complaints have motivated the Office of Information Technology (OIT) to address wireless internet issues across campus, especially in classrooms. In high-traffic areas such as Skiles and the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons (CULC), students often experience slow and spotty wireless connections.
The Institute held its fourth annual Diversity Symposium on Friday, Sept. 7. The event, sponsored by the Office of Diversity Affairs, was meant to encourage communication about issues such as racism, sexism and homophobia, and attracted students, faculty and staff from several departments and areas around campus.