Medical school has been that elusive end goal for many a big-dreaming Tech student. But having aspirations toward sticking unsuspecting randoms with needles and related actions is one thing. Getting life organized in such a […]
Today, Tech Athletic Director Mike Bobinski announced that men’s basketball head coach Brian Gregory will return to coach the Jackets next season. Following a 12-19 season there was much speculation about Gregory getting terminated. After […]
I distinctly remember being a pre-teen, looking longingly at my older brother’s computer screen as he browsed a strange website called “Facebook.” When asked why I could not have the privilege of owning an account, […]
Since 1983, the first year the ubiquitous U.S. News and World Report college rankings were published, rankings have been the obsession of universities and overachieving students across the country. For many universities, having a high […]
As graduation day quickly approaches and the rest of my life stretches out before me like the vast unknown, I’m filled with both immense excitement and the overwhelming urge to hide under my covers in […]
The Georgia House of Representatives earlier this month passed two separate bills which would allow concealed carry on Georgia college campuses and create tougher enforcement on lottery machines and use five to ten percent of […]
Without question, the debate over guns—and specifically concealed carry laws—is one of the hottest issues on Georgia college campuses. Last week, the Georgia State House passed HB 512 by an overwhelming majority—a bill that gives […]
Earlier last month, the Higher Education Funding Commission, appointed by Gov. Nathan Deal, approved a new formula to determine funding for all colleges that links funding received from taxpayer money to improving students’ success as well as the number of degrees and certificates awarded.
Tech initiatives to fulfill the goals required by Gov. Nathan Deal’s plan to increase the number of Georgia students earning postgraduate degrees by 250,000 over the next nine years in the Complete College Georgia (CCG) initiative of August 2011 have now been released to the public.