For some students, Valentine’s Day is a wonderful time of the year where we can rekindle the fire in our relationships, adding the passion to our already-blossomed romance. It is a happy day, filled with […]
Researchers at Tech are making strides in the field of robotic intelligence through projects that look to both human and animal behavior as inspiration. Dr. Ronald Arkin, Director of Tech’s Mobile Robot Laboratory and Regents’ Professor in the College of Computing, and his team are investigating these behaviors and working to implement them in robotic systems.
As part of a national initiative to honor the work and beliefs of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Tech will be hosting its 3rd annual MLK Day of Service on Monday, Jan. 21. Participating students will have an opportunity to help out in the metro-Atlanta community by engaging in a variety of service projects.
Members of the Tech community met on Thursday night in the Student Center Ballroom to celebrate the life of Martin Luther King Jr. Emceed by Eran Mordel and Jasmine Lawrence, the celebration featured student speakers and performers who contributed to the evening’s theme, “The Dream & The Journey Continue.”
Organizations like the Student Government Association (SGA) and the Global Jackets are excited about the various events that they have organized upcoming semester to make the campus more inclusive. Especially during Martin Luther King Jr. week, it is important to consider the diverse nature of Tech’s students and faculty.
t the start of a new year, several students’ thoughts rest with the idea of using their skills to help others and improve the human condition. Though this may sound idealistic, the Ideas to Serve Competition is making this idea very real. On Wednesday, Jan. 23, the Georgia Tech Institute for Leadership and Entrepreneurship is hosting an information session for students to learn about the competition.
For college students, the difficulty of keeping a healthy lifestyle can be compounded with irregular sleeping habits and a poor diet. One program at the Campus Recreation Center, “CRC’s Biggest Loser,” takes students on a semester-long challenge to get fit and leave with a better, healthier lifestyle.