Stamps hosts Trick-or-Treat health week
Events for Go T.E.C.H.’s (Teams Encouraging Campus Health) Trick-or-Treat Health Week took place across campus throughout the week. The week’s goal was to increase awareness of health and wellness activities on campus. Trick-or-Treat Health Week promoted on-campus health in a number of various ways. Stamps Health Services offered free HPV vaccines to all students, faculty, and staff under the age of 26. The CRC also hosted a step-by-step class teaching Michael Jackson’s Thriller dance on the front lawn Thursday evening. Trick-or-Treat Health Week ended Friday with the Halloween Holla Walk/Run around the Tyler Brown Pi Mile.
A small public liberal arts college in Vt., Lyndon State College, reportedly received a letter from lawyers representing Tech demanding that they cease using their current hornet logo. The logo strongly resembles the image of Buzz, which is a copyrighted image of Tech and the University System of Georgia. Tech is reportedly working with the school to phase out the logo as they search for a new one. According to a report by The Critic, the college thought the hornet was a clip art piece.