BoR deceitful with fee increase As a graduating senior at Tech, tuition and fee increases largely don’t affect me anymore. I also recognize the budget constraints and difficulties of the State of Georgia. Even so, […]
When I take over as editor-in-chief of the Technique in the fall, I will have the tremendous honor of leading the organization during its 97th volume of publication and its 100th year of existence as […]
With my time at Tech coming to an end, it is time to hand out the first—and probably final—Honorable Observances From Yours-truly Awards, or simply, the HOFY Awards. HOFY Award for Restraint by a Group: […]
The College of Engineering is searching for a new dean, and as the search nears its end, faculty, students and the administration must communicate what qualities they believe most important in a candidate and what the new dean’s priorities should be upon taking office.
Denominations differ on homosexuality While I appreciate Jarrett Skov’s sentiments regarding the Westboro Baptist Church [printed April 8], I would like to clear up a misconception he stated. Mr. Skov stated that “Christianity considers homosexuality […]
For many of us, our morning routine includes eating breakfast, brushing our teeth, taking a shower…and medicating. Whether the “medication” in which we partake is pain killers, dietary supplements or Ritalin for ADHD, medication has […]
HOT: Dogwood days Students looking to escape the mathematical monotony of Tech can indulge their inner artist this weekend at Piedmont Park. Over 250 artists’ booths will be set up around the park, accompanied by […]
At the academic crossroads of campus adjacent to the Library, the G. Wayne Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons is Tech’s visible commitment to its undergraduate students. Opening at the beginning of this coming fall semester, Clough […]
Fellow graduate students, This time of year brings with it the usual happenings including final projects, final exams and commencement, but the end of Spring also brings about a change in leadership within SGA. As […]
This year has been an incredible journey for the nearly 100 members of the SGA. We were able to successfully implement wide-scale initiatives that will have a lasting effect on Yellow Jackets for years to […]
The recent events at Brittain Dining Hall have highlighted both problems with food service provider Sodexo’s attitude towards the quality of the service and the entire attitude of Sodexo towards the student body.
Overbearing media hampers debate The Student Government Association serves Tech in many different capacities. Perhaps the most intensive and tedious process SGA undertakes is allocating the Student Activity Fee to various student organizations. Students elect […]