Looking at the completely full audience at last Thursday’s Poetry @ Tech reading truly showcased how far the program has come since its inception in 2002. The School of Literature, Communication, and Culture houses Poetry […]
Toby Keith is one of the most experienced veterans in the music industry: with fifteen studio albums, two Christmas albums and three compilation albums under his notoriously oversized country belt buckle, he recently returned to the studios to release his sixteenth studio album, Hope on the Rocks, on Tuesday (Oct. 30).
This past Friday, Tech and Georgia State students alike were invited to a private screening of the “New FOX Tuesday” at the 14th Street Playhouse. Hosted by FOX and Xfinity, the premiere episodes of two new FOX comedy series—Ben and Kate and The Mindy Project—debuted and did not disappoint. The added bonus of trivia prizes, free gift bags and endless pizza for all in attendance did not hurt the popularity of the event in the slightest.
There are numerous benefits to attending a college in the middle of a city: nearby sporting events, bustling nightlife and future career opportunities, to name a few. However, when that city also happens to be both the “Hip Hop Capital of the World” and an epicenter for country tunes and a thriving rock scene, there always seems to be something to do just outside the Tech campus.
It would be accurate to say that the majority of recent college students grew up to the music of Jason Mraz. Whether jamming along to the Grammy-award winner’s hit “The Remedy (I Won’t Worry)” back in 2002 or playing “I’m Yours” on perpetual repeat since its 2009 release, Mraz has proven himself to be a timeless, captivating, multi-hit wonder.