The excitement of adventure attracts many people to destinations all over the world. But for a college student on a budget, these adventure spots can get a little pricey. What are some destinations that aren’t […]
When we think of adventurous activities, usually the words that come to mind are “extreme sports” or “world traveler” or “anything that happens on “Fear Factor.” But what sort of adventure could any average person […]
If you believed the media’s opinion of college-aged people, you’d likely have the impression that people in their early 20s have a natural inclination toward thrill-seeking behavior and a love for adventure. While that’s certainly […]
Often, amidst a boring lecture or hour long study session students tend to daydream, staring out the window longingly, fantasizing about weekend plans. The members of the Georgia Tech skydiving club are no different.
Kayaking, Canoeing, and Whitewater Rafting: Each of these water sports offer their own unique and entertaining way to explore rivers, lakes, and oceans. All three of these activities consist of small boats or rafts that […]
If necessity is the mother of all invention, then Tech is the great uncle. Each year innovative students and faculty throughout the Tech community design, create, and invent everything from new household goods to cutting-edge […]
Welcome to the Inventure Prize, the place where Tech’s most brilliant and creative minds come together to compete for a $ 15,000 grand prize. For over three years, this competition has encouraged students to strive […]
Tech has some of the most innovative minds on the east coast, proven through many inventions and award-winning designs. It can’t be denied, however, that creativity takes work. Here are some tips to get the […]
The “Occlusion Reader,” a device that provides information regarding how a patient’s blood is clotting for doctors to use in determining drug dosages, exemplifies such student innovation and was awarded first prize at the Fall 2011 ME Capstone Design Expo.
Got New Year’s resolutions…to lose weight? Sign-Up for the CRC’s Biggest Loser! With applications due Tuesday, Jan. 17, the CRC’s Biggest Loser is an annual 12-week program held each spring. Open to students, faculty and […]
After surviving gruesome finals and reaching the beautiful sanctuary in college life that is winter break, the last thing on many students’ minds is physical fitness. The holidays bring far too many delicious foods and […]
Each year, the most prominent symbol that the holly, jolly season brings is the Christmas tree. However, choosing your Christmas tree can prove to be just as stressful as dealing with your mother-in-law for the holidays. Luckily, we have some tips to make the process a cinch.