Stealing T’s

SGA’s “Keep the T in Tech Week” has brought attention to the campus-wide issue of stealing T’s from campus signs. This new “tradition” does a great deal of harm to the Institute, both financially and aesthetically, and likewise causes much greater harm than benefit to campus life.

Letters to the Editor

Policy waiver hypocritical of SGA Last week, the Student Government Association (SGA) passed the Joint Allocation to Georgia Tech Night at Woodruff Arts Center. This $600 bill, written to fund Stinger Bus transportation to and […]

Tech “Bubble” impedes professionalism

Stealing the T, Red Jesus and clean, old-fashioned hate. All of these are “Only at Tech.” The Tech culture is unparalleled to that of any other school in the state of Georgia, and even the Southeast. We are a university with traditions that reflect our engineering ingenuity, innovation and even somewhat nerdier sense of humor.

Remembering 9/11

This Sunday will mark the tenth anniversary of a defining moment in many Tech students’ childhoods: the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. This weekend, people across the country will reflect on those who were lost that day and what this event has meant for their lives.