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.
In December 2012, the Carbon Neutral Energy Solutions Laboratory (CNES) was awarded the Platinum level LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certification, the first to be recognized at this level of LEED certification at Tech.
On Jan. 8, the Board of Regents approved the merge of eight colleges across the University System of Georgia (USG) into four new colleges, with an anticipated state savings of $6 million in administrative expenses. […]
In a Nov. 30 story reporting on quorum issues with the Undergraduate House of Representatives (UHR), it was incorrectly stated that Kelliann Morrisey could be impeached at the next meeting. Morrisey could not be impeached […]
On Dec. 15, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions sent out approximately 5,060 acceptances to high school seniors around the globe, via mail, electronically and in-person at various high schools. “We have seen an increase in […]
The design development phase for the Engineered Biosystems Building (EBB), a multidisciplinary research building focusing on expanding the biomedical research frontier of Tech, has been finished, with a mass excavation and earth work prior to […]
The Undergraduate House of Representatives (UHR) passed an amendment to its bylaws last week that would promote the separation of powers between the executive branch of SGA and UHR, the legislative branch.
The financial administration of all Tier III Sports Clubs has been given to the Student Organizations Finance Office (SOFO), according to a memo from the student body presidents released on Monday, April 9.