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1. SGA Elections result in runoff

Photo courtesy of Nikita PekkerThis year’s race for Undergraduate Student Government president and executive vice president has ended in a runoff between Sujay Peramanu/Richard Wang and Lizzie Lisenby/Connor Brogan. Of the 3258 ballots cast, Peramanu and Wang received 1232 […]

2. Khayaal showcases South Asian classical music

Photo by Monica JamisonSince 2013, Tech students have been featured in Khayaal, a platform for South Asian classical music, which includes Carnatic and Hindustani music. Carnatic music is a faster-paced genre from southern India while Hindustani is slower […]

3. “Characters” creators talk union of art, technology

Photo courtesy of Shimmy BoyleIn the first “Made@GT” art and technology project commissioned by the Office of the Arts, artist Katherine Helen Fisher and research scientist Clint Zeagler have collaborated to produce the interactive performance “Characters,” centered around a […]

4. Tech, USG respond to revised travel ban

Photo by Mitch WilliamsPresident Trump’s administration announced a revised version of its much-maligned travel ban March 8, prompting responses from Tech as well as the University System of Georgia (USG). Steve Wrigley, chancellor of the Board of Regents, […]

5. Emmert talks NCAA present, future at Tech

Photo courtesy of NCAAMark Emmert is the personification of college athletics. The current president of the NCAA carries a great deal of power over how Tech and other universities handle their athletic departments. On Thursday, March 2nd, Tech […]

6. United’s opener summons rare Atlanta passion

Photo courtesy of Atlanta United FCIf one listened closely Sunday night in Bobby Dodd Stadium, they could hear chants of “Sting Em’!” after every goal kick. No, it was not a football game on The Flats, but rather Atlanta United’s […]

7. Timeout with Harsha Sridhar

Photo courtesy of Danny KarnikThese past few weeks have been busy for Tech sports, and to an extent, this section reflects that. The eminent (Emmert-nent?) figure in collegiate athletics paid a visit to campus, Josh Pastner got the recognition […]

8. Anton-Ohlmeyer provides steady hand

Photo by Mitchell WilliamsTech women’s tennis has 14 matches under their belt so far this season, and 12 of those 14 have been victories. It is the second year in a row that the Jackets have quickly moved […]

9. Men’s basketball loses in tournament, wins awards

Photo by Casey MilesThe past week was one of mixed emotions for Tech basketball. The team’s conference season  ended with a 61-59 loss at the ACC Tournament to the same Pittsburgh Panthers they beat in the home finale. […]

10. EarFilms offers dystopian auditory journey

Photo courtesy of Mario SorrentiLast week, the Ferst Center for the Arts hosted EarFilms’s first work, “To Sleep To Dream.” The decidedly innovative production spurned any normal performance standards and opted instead to blindfold its audience and envelop them […]