It’s the same thing every year. My friends and I sitting around complaining that the tuition is too damn high; that, as a species, parking spots on campus are going extinct and, more importantly, that [...]
Growing up in a small country town near the Florida state line, I hated everything about where I was raised. Country music, collard greens and tractor supply stores were the bane of my existence. I [...]
The yellow tinted dog-eared pages, the unruly scribble that dances between the margins, the scent of a thousand years worth of knowledge; these are the reasons why I love books. I love the small mountain [...]
In a tough economic environment like today’s, it is becoming clear that students must find a way to reinvent the traditional education strategies in order to make themselves more competitive in today’s job market.
Located within the halls and corridors of the O’Keefe Building, Tech’s Language Institute serves as middle man between the university and the large number of international students who come to Tech to study abroad in the United States.
Whether it is for convenience, safety, or cost, many students at Tech decide to spend their college years living on campus at one of the many residence halls. From study rooms to shared bathrooms, each [...]
Leading the change for philanthropic efforts on campus, Greek organizations have their unique ways of helping give back. Social sorority Zeta Tau Alpha participates in monthly service events and annual fund-raisers to raise awareness about [...]
If necessity is the mother of all invention, then Tech is the great uncle. Each year innovative students and faculty throughout the Tech community design, create, and invent everything from new household goods to cutting-edge [...]
The summer semesters can be a slow and uneventful time for many Tech students; only so many games at the bowling center or levels of Portal 2 can preoccupy an idle student, but when campus life begins to grind to a halt and things begin to look dreary, there is still hope yet.
Normally, I used to hate the year-and-a-half-long head start of political campaigning that comes with the presidential election because I was younger and not able to vote, but this year it’s different. I’ve been waiting [...]