On Thursday, April 18, SGA and the Athletic Association (AA) will be hosting the International Student Football Clinic—an opportunity for foreign students to learn about American football through socializing with players, having a tailgate and [...]
On March 28 and 29, the Georgia Tech Cyber Security Symposium hosted Director of National Security Agency General Keith Alexander, the keynote speaker, at the Global Learning Center in order to highlight modern technology, challenges, [...]
Recently, the Student Government Association (SGA) and the Athletic Association (GTAA) have been planning a football clinic to be held during the weekend after Hell Week. The one-day program will promote American football among international [...]
In past months, Public Nights at the Observatory, an observatory event on the Howey rooftop, has been canceled two consecutive times. While the reasons for delay are not dramatic, unsuitable weather has been the most [...]
This past Wednesday, Burger Bytes opened for its first week of business. Originally, the business was set to open in January, but due to business preparations, the original opening had to be delayed. “We had [...]
Beginning Feb. 14, major construction will be held around Bobby Dodd Stadium, affecting student activity on East Campus. Frank Lamia, Associate Director of Construction Services, wants students to be aware of the activity around Bobby [...]
On Tuesday, Nov. 27, the Faculty Senate approved various changes to the Dead Week policy. The most prominent change was the inclusion of the long summer term, which had not previously been stated in the old Dead Week policy.
A new hamburger restaurant, called Burger Bytes, will soon call the Student Center home. Set to open in Spring 2013, the restaurant will be located where World of Wings (WoW) Cafe & Wingery was previously.
This past Monday, Sept. 24, Tech hosted the America Invents Act (AIA) Roadshow where Peggy Focarino, the Commissioner of Patents, informed the local innovators, entrepreneurs and the general public on new patent reform enacted by President Obama last fall that came into effect on Sept. 16.