Sulaiman Somani is a second-year CHbE major from Warner Robins, Georgia. Although his roots bear Indian heritage, Sam prefers soccer, all meats and cheese, and the entire spectrum of properly executed barbell movements. In his spare time, Sam enjoys reading about esoteric workout protocols and perusing through all things J. Crew.
According to the annual campus safety report, crime around Tech, both inside and within a specific boundary outside of campus, decreased in 2012 as compared to prior years. “I think a lot of it has […]
What was once a civilization laden with coveted mosaic art, minarets extending in the skyline from architecturally impeccable mosques and a sea of individuals residing under an empire known for its religious and cultural tolerance […]
I’m surprised I don’t envy my summer vacation days from elementary school. Three months of a purely comatose state on the couch, mindlessly flipping through TV channels, surfing the interwebs and essentially being completely chill […]
Controlling the student-faculty ratio remains a challenge for the administration, especially with the current economic climate. Increasing the number of tenure-track faculty or decreasing the number of students can accomplish this. “In addition to formulating […]
The madness of the hustle and bustle of college life is inevitable. Between hellish midterms, club meetings and hangovers, our minds are unable to have a suitable break to relax and recuperate. Given the magnitude […]
The increasing student-faculty ratio continues to raise concerns about the quality of instruction students receive in the classroom. The student-faculty ratio has gone up from 18:1 to 24:1 since 1996. “The impact of faculty on […]
As Tech’s budget comes to the legislature, the student-to-faculty ratio (SFR) is one of the key areas of focus on. “It’s an important theme to us,” said Executive Director of Institute Budget and Planning Jim […]
Details surrounding the recent disciplinary sanctions to the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity (ATΩ) were released earlier last week. ATΩ, which was placed on disciplinary probation toward the end of January 2013, was being investigated by […]
Earlier last weekend, Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) hosted its annual Penn State Dance Marathon (THON). Essentially, it’s a 46-hour dance marathon that raises money for children with cancer, where the participants in the marathon […]
A six dollar increase to the mandatory student health fee may be underway for next year. The Mandatory Student Fee Advisory Committee (MSFAC) recently recommended this increase, pending approval from the Institute President G.P. “Bud” […]
On Wednesday, Institute President G.P. “Bud” Peterson announced the appointment of Mike Bobinski, Associate Vice President of Development and Director of Athletics at Xavier University, as the new Athletic Director (AD) at Tech
In a press conference early last week in the Carbon Neutral Energy Solutions Laboratory, General Motors (GM) announced the upcoming opening of a new Information Technology (IT) Innovation Center in Roswell, Ga.