Streetcars once crisscrossed our great city, taking riders around downtown to enjoy its commerce and culture, as they did in most large cities in America from the late 1880s through the post-WWII era. In fact, […]
As a Peer Leader for Housing, I deal with freshmen on a daily basis. Living with my younger colleagues as an upperclassman, I find it interesting to ask provoking questions and hear the responses people […]
It’s no secret that Tech students work hard. Commitments to full course loads, student organizations, community service, internships and co-ops—perhaps not all at once, but many at the same time—ensure that when mid-March arrives each […]
With GT Dining looking at discontinuing late-night dining and hot breakfast at the North Avenue Dining Hall (NADH) in Fall 2012, dining on campus needs to be reevaluated with an eye toward what students really need.
As I walk down Tech Walkway (formerly known as Skiles) and through the Student Center to get to the Technique office each day, I am accosted by flyers, free swag and awkward conversation-starters from organizational […]
Women’s Awareness Month started as a week of women’s programs in 1997 and grew to a full month in 2000. For 12 years, WAM has been highlighting women’s empowerment, focusing on issues like heart health […]
A few weeks ago, the Technique claimed that Greeks head philanthropic efforts at Tech. The next week, a letter to the editor asserted that one specific service organization drives volunteering. Both of these statements are […]
I feel as though the author who wrote the letter “Article stereotypes women students” has made a mountain out of a molehill. I read “Majors Ranked According To Desirability” and I quite liked how it […]
College years are the most precious years in a person’s life. The freedom and energy of college make it exciting and pose new challenges every day. But have a conversation with someone at Tech, and […]
I have learned several things at the Technique. Working at the South’s Liveliest College Newspaper has taught me about inverted pyramids, how to contend with an email account that can get over a hundred emails […]
“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” The father of mass production, Henry Ford, used these words to describe the power behind human collaboration. Last weekend, I was fortunate enough […]
In his talk this week, Randy Olson made the claim that we, as engineers and scientists, need advocates for science and technology that are able to communicate with a general public that doesn’t share our background.
Two weeks ago, the Technique claimed that Greeks head philanthropic efforts at Tech. Last week, a letter to the editor asserted that one specific service organization drives volunteering. Both of these statements are false and […]