What’s HOT and what’s NOT around campus this week.
HOT: Free harmony
The Tech mixed a cappella group Infinite Harmony is giving away free tickets to its performance by distributing them in parking ticket envelopes and placing them on cars. While this method may infuriate some people, it is sure to get the group some attention. Their last performance is tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Student Center Theater. Tickets at the door are seven dollars.
NOT: Construct, obstruct
For those on campus who enjoy walking up and down Skiles Walkway and receiving leaflets for events that few to nobody will ever attend: you should get your fix over the next two weeks because Skiles will be closed upon the return from break. The other random construction sites popping up around campus like pimples in a middle school are also quite tedious and annoying.
HOT: Stand united
Tech United signifies a major leap for the campus community as it addresses issues that often are disregarded or overlooked. This is a chance for members of the Tech campus to show solidarity with the LGBT community. The recent tragic events across the country underscore the need to support all members of our campus and to stand united against harassment.
NOT: Downed by dogs
The unfortunate outcome of the football game in Athens on Saturday leaves a bitter taste in the mouths of Tech fans at the end of this tough football season. While the team played valiantly and coaching staff out witted their UGA counterparts, ultimately injuries and season-long infirmities in certain units proved to be the undoing for the Jackets in their regular season finale.