Jerica Richardson, a fourth-year BME major, is currently participating in the Miss Georgia USA Pageant, one of the subsidiaries of the Trump Miss USA Pageant. Richardson said her bid for Miss Georgia USA occurred at […]
Despite the typically loud atmosphere, visitors to the Student Center recently might have noticed more subdued colors than usual. Black balloons, posters and T-shirts speckled the Student Center this past week, though not for the reason that might be expected.
Each week, the Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship’s IMPACT Speaker Series brings in a speaker—typically one with close ties to the business world—to speak on business, entrepreneurship and leadership and give advice to students. One […]
Each week, the Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship’s IMPACT Speaker Series brings in a speaker—typically one with close ties to the business world—to speak on business, entrepreneurship and leadership and give advice to students. On […]
Students with smart phones have another reason to gloat this week with the release of the official Georgia Tech application for the Apple iPhone. The free-to-download application acts as a one-stop-shop for all things Tech […]
It’s called Computer Science. Not Information Technology, not Software Engineering, not Information Systems, not Programming and not a dozen other things that would pigeon-hole my major into just one bucket. I like this. Computing is […]
Members of Tech’s incoming freshman class did their part to break the Tech bubble on Saturday, Aug 28. Mobilizing Opportunities for Volunteer Experience (MOVE) hosted its annual Into the Streets event last week, where the […]
As the first week of classes draws to a close, and the workload inevitably starts piling up, students will begin the search for something to take their mind off calculus, physics and chemistry. Some will […]