It is indisputable that Tech students are astonishingly focused on their career goals and carefully curate steps towards their future from the moment they receive their Tech acceptance letter. Contrasting many other institutions of higher […]
Sydney Halinski, a fourth-year STAC major specializing in Media, knows how awkward a Skype job interview has the potential to be. “Last spring, I had a Skype interview with ESPN. My first piece of advice? […]
Congratulations on being accepted into the Georgia Institute of Technology. And on surviving high school. Go ahead, take a minute to absorb how good it feels. Now the purpose of this article is to greet […]
I’ve never had the chance to write an editorial before. I’ve always wanted to for some unbeknownst reason; perhaps it’s the ability to write freely without an editor telling me what to write about or […]
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 […]
Involvement in service projects is one of the things that Tech encourages most in its students. There are campus-wide events like Team Buzz and Tech Beautification Day that call hundreds of students to volunteer, and […]
Getting a good job requires job experience and getting job experience requires getting a good job. As one of the biggest dilemmas facing students today, gaining business expertise is more important now than ever. One […]
Over winter break, I made a difficult life choice. It was one that I had been debating for weeks beforehand: should I watch The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in its 3D format or to stick with safe, dependable 2D?