While other Tech students are busy working on countless hours of homework or napping after their all-nighter, Taylor Armstead is out in the Burger Bowl, leading Tech’s Women’s Rugby team towards yet another victory. Technique: […]
Expect the arrival of Leslie Knope any minute now, Tech students, as she heads to get her daily delicacy of waffles at the number-one Waffle House in America, located nowhere other than at Tech Square. […]
Wherever students go around Tech, it is likely they will see signs that Tech students are embracing the connected age. Students holding massive tablets up to their ears in lieu of phones is now commonplace. […]
Held in Las Vegas in early January, the 2014 International CES exposed spectators and competitors to Ford’s latest hybrid car. This machine is setting the stage for revolutionizing the green-energy industry in cars—with special thanks […]
“Girl Code” refers to the list of guidelines surrounding platonic female relationships in an everyday environment. This unspoken set of mores enables women to interact with each other and work through discrepancies. “Bro Code,” though […]
Alex Berry, second-year IE major and Chinese minor, is the sophomore class president for Student Government Association (SGA). An incredibly active student on Tech’s campus, he is involved in multiple SGA committees and campus events, […]
Ten years ago, the average student admitted to Tech had an average SAT score of 1334. This year, that same average number, for the more than 5,000 admitted students in the early admission cycle, rose […]
Michael Stearns, a fourth-year CS major, works hard to balance both his academic and musical aspirations. Despite his Tech workload, he and his band, We Few, released an album in November 2013 and he is […]
Audiences are continually mesmerized by the futuristic technology found in movies. The gizmos rattling about those high-adrenaline moments of intense visual effects enthrall the audience, gluing them to their seats. How close is current technology […]
While many Tech students pay for school through scholarships and internships, graduate student, Alan Shirley has a slightly different arrangement. He is paying for his Master’s in CEE by performing on his dirt bike. This […]
Tesca Fitzgerald has experienced a unique and rapid journey to pursuing a Ph.D in cognitive psychology at age 16. Besides her exceptional academic talent, she has enjoyed her career as a student and an adolescent and is now immersing herself in the Tech lifestyle.
Fifth year Stephen Webber’s life has always revolved around campus life at Tech, and this homecoming, his efforts were recognized with being crowned as Mr. GT. Skipping the nervousness that usually accompanies the honor, Webber enjoyed the excitement of the title and recognition.
Christopher Jones is Tech’s new Associate Vice President for Research and has been a professor at Tech for more than a decade. When he is not researching for Fortune 500 companies, directing students in his […]