Founded one year ago, the Student Alumni Association (SAA) is working to increase connections between current and former students in several different ways, including a recruitment drive which was held on Thursday, Sept. 15.
As one of the premier research universities in the nation, Tech harbors a community whose overall stress level is inevitably high. Learning to prevent and manage stress can go a long way towards improving overall health as it negatively affects the body, feelings, and behavior.
Tech has experienced an increased interest in entrepreneurship amongst faculty, students and even Institute President G.P. “Bud” Peterson’s Strategic Plan identifies entrepreneurship as a key quality among students.
Ten years ago, commercial airplanes crashed into the World Trade Center and burned a painful image into the minds of Americans. To this day no American forgets where he or she was when the two towers fell or who they were after the ashes settled.
One hundred and fifty-three of Tech’s newest students gathered early Saturday for a morning of volunteering with MOVE’s Into the Streets, a one-day event of community service exclusively for freshmen. Amongst the many stifled yawns […]
Studying abroad is an increasingly popular option available to those who tire of studying at Tech’s main campus here in Atlanta. College is the time to take advantage of opportunities that are not otherwise available […]