Last week, Suzanne Clary wrote a Letter to the Editor entitled “Fans’ attitudes reflect badly on all of Tech,” regarding students’ treatment of her and her brother, a Clemson student, during the Clemson game. To […]
Reading Alex Kessler’s “Sidelined music as valid as mainstream” a couple issues back left a bad taste in my mouth. Others in Atlanta’s metal scene agree: it paints a picture of the metal genre that […]
It’s a phrase you hear often: The devil is in the details. Paying attention to small details—and in some cases, obsessively focusing on “what isn’t right”—can take help take a product from “nearly there” to […]
Despite mixed reactions from the press, the Occupy movement has spread from Wall Street to major cities all over the country—including Atlanta. For several days, protestors have occupied prominent parts of the city, with Woodruff Park playing home to most of them.
A section of strings play a baroque fugue over the booming voice of a choir. For seven minutes, the listener is taken through a highway of shifting minor keys, irregular time signatures and highly technical […]
“However, it’s important to note that the GTPD isn’t the only organization that should attempt to create a culture of safety. The Women’s Resource Center should make it part of their mission to provide programming […]
Over the course of the past several months, hundreds of protests have broken out around the world, forcing people to resort to their basic instincts for what we consider to be natural freedoms. Few expected […]
After seven weeks of the college football season, the general picture of the conference races and national championship race is becoming clearer and clearer. It has been an interesting year with several teams having surprisingly […]