In last week’s Technique article regarding on-campus concealed carry, President Peterson asked, “… what are the chances that we could actually use that weapon to defend ourselves?” The answer: certainly higher than if we are […]
“John Koch, President of the College Democrats, urged students to keep their faith in GTPD. ‘These are people who have sworn an oath to protect us,” Koch said. “They’re armed for a reason.’” And that […]
When four-star defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlinson turned down Tech to commit to Alabama on Wednesday, it probably should not have been a surprise. It’s hard to fault a top prospect for spurning Tech for the […]
Tech equals a great education. Not only for the numerous benefits a degree will yield upon graduating, but also for the privileges students enjoy while in school. Tech strives to solicit solutions and ideas from […]
On Wed., Jan. 18, 10,000 various websites “blacked out” for upwards of 12 hours in order to raise awareness of two bills currently being considered by Congress—SOPA and PIPA. Big time tech names have touted […]
Jan. 16, 2012 marked the twenty-sixth celebration of the Martin Luther King Jr. Federal Holiday observance. Nearly 44 years after Dr. King’s assassination, all fifty states in the U.S. and more than 100 countries around […]
As many Tech students are aware, this past Wed., many popular websites protested a pair of bills (known as SOPA and PIPA) by either posting calls-to-action (as with Google) or blacking out entire sites (as with Wikipedia and Reddit).
This week’s GT Day at the Capitol highlighted the importance of the relationship between the legislature and universities, but it is important to distinguish between issues the legislature should resolve for the entire university system and issues that each school should resolve for itself.
Good evening, friends. If you don’t know who I am, allow me to introduce myself. I’m Two Bits Man, beardless contemporary of the great Funk Masta G. Wayne and long-time satirist at the Technique. I’ve […]
While the 2011 regular season of college football provided plenty of thrills for fans like myself, I couldn’t help but have this deflated feeling finding out that LSU and Alabama would play in a rematch […]
Being chairman of SGA’s Student Lobby Board has given me a unique and invigorating perspective on the importance of Tech’s interaction with our local and state governments. In my time working as a member of […]
The recent collaboration between Career Services and the Division of Professional Practice to build a common job-search site and clarify the roles of each is sure to make students’ lives easier, but it raises questions […]