Hundreds of websites. Thousands of homework assignments left unfinished. Millions of people communicating via chat and video conversations. Billions of minutes logged globally. And to what does the world owe these events?
Tech students and faculty brought the state’s major movers and changers together at the fifth annual Legislative Roundtable this Tuesday, Nov. 16, to make headway in science and technology’s incorporation into state and local public […]
Hosted by the Iranian Student Association (ISA), the Lebanese Club, GT Hillel and the Turkish Student Organization, the Middle East Buzzar aimed to teach the student body about the cultures of the Middle East. “Essentially, […]
For those looking for career advice, this past Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2010, the College of Management’s IMPACT series hosted Gregory Owens, Chairman and CEO of IronPlanet. A Tech alum who is also on the Board […]
For many students, the wealth of ethnicities and cultures among students, faculty and staff becomes almost inconspicuous a few short weeks after a freshman takes his first step onto campus. However, Tech was not always […]
Jerica Richardson, a fourth-year BME major, is currently participating in the Miss Georgia USA Pageant, one of the subsidiaries of the Trump Miss USA Pageant. Richardson said her bid for Miss Georgia USA occurred at […]
Tech’s Wreck Racing team took first place in the Grassroots Motorsports $2010 Challenge this year, which is hosted annually by Grassroots Motorsports Magazine (GRM) in Gainesville, FL. The competition took place from Sept. 30 to […]
With the 2010 midterm elections drawing to a close, the political landscape has experienced a significant shift in party control, with a Republicans gaining majority of governors and representatives and a nearly even split in […]
“Making profit and helping society are not and should not be mutually exclusive,” said Paul Sasone, CFO of Better World Books on Oct. 30, 2010, at the first annual Enterprise 2 Empower (En2Em) conference. Two […]
Despite the typically loud atmosphere, visitors to the Student Center recently might have noticed more subdued colors than usual. Black balloons, posters and T-shirts speckled the Student Center this past week, though not for the reason that might be expected.
While Hungry, Hungry Hippos fight for small marbles, several Hungry, Hungry Hackers (H3) fought for a $750 prize and an interview opportunity with the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) in a 14-hour coding competition held […]
Some Tech buildings have been around since the late 1800’s; others have only come into existence in the past decade. On Thursday, Oct. 21, 2010, the Fred B. Wenn Student Center hosted a celebration for its 40th year.
A new face is making a big name in the School of Literature, Communication and Culture. Andy Frazee, recently awarded with the Brittain Postdoctoral Fellowship, has won the 2011 Subito Press Book Competition for his […]
Roy Barnes Roy Barnes, the Democratic nominee for governor, is the former governor of Georgia. Barnes grew up in Cobb County and earned his undergraduate and law degree of the University of Georgia in six […]
Recent visitors to the Campus Recreation Center (CRC) may have noticed a few splashes of pink added to the rows of treadmills. These spots of color are two treadmills purchased from Cybex, a company that […]
The party to be at last week was the National Pan-Hellenic Council’s (NPHC) annual Homecoming Step Show on Saturday, Oct. 2, featuring crews from four fraternities and two sororities as they stepped their way to […]