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1. Tech reacts to Campus Carry

gun on a tableEffective July 1, Georgians with concealed carry permits will be able to lawfully carry their weapons on most of Tech’s campus. Since the law, previously known as House Bill 280, was signed into law on […]

2. Tech slumps late, strikes out on post-season

Tech baseballBy June 28th, 2017’s NCAA Baseball Champion will be crowned. Unfortunately, Tech baseball has already lost its chance at being best in the nation. For the first time in his 24-year tenure with the Jackets, […]

3. Pastner looks to fill void created by seniors

Photo by Casey MilesHead coach Josh Pastner was brought to Tech for his exuberance both on and off the court. This exuberance is what has Pastner excited for his first offseason, and first big shot at recruting for […]

4. Bike share becomes campus addition

Photo by Noah BryantAt the end of the spring semester, you might have noticed several bright blue bike racks pop up around campus. They are a part of Relay Bike Share, a program partnered with the City of […]

5. Campus Spotlight: David Hu

HuEngineering and Biology and Adjunct Associate Professor of Physics at Tech, David Hu originally intended to pursue a career in the field of creative writing after he graduated from MIT, but instead ended up earning […]

6. Big Boi booms back onto the scene he created

Big BoiFamed emcee, producer and musician Antwan Patton, also known as Big Boi, has been around for quite some time, though most people might have not even noticed. At the age of 16, he moved from […]

7. Dreezy shares challenges, roots at Rolling Loud

DreezyDreezy had just finished her set under the blistering summer sun at the Rolling Loud festival in Miami on May 6 and was cooling down in her trailer, yet she remained in her performance outfit […]

8. ‘Wonder Woman’ wins for DC, female superheroes

Photo courtesy of  Warner Bros.Following the critical disappointments “Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Suicide Squad,” the DC Extended universe needed a win, especially leading up to their “Avengers” equivalent, “Justice League.” Enter Amazon goddess and fearless warrior […]

9. Warhol exhibit: electric chairs to soup cans

Andy Warhol (American,1928–1987), Mao (II.91), edition 212/250,1972, screenprint, 36 x 36 inches, courtesy of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation.© 2017 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc./Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.The High Museum of Art recently unveiled its newest temporary exhibit featuring the works of pop art icon Andy Warhol. The exhibit, which contains over 250 of Warhol’s works, traces the artist’s incredible career from […]

10. Tech must declare support for the Paris Climate Accords

Photo courtesy of Lord Aeck SargentGeorgia Tech proclaims itself to be a “leading research institution committed to improving the human condition.” However, it is falling short of this reputation with respect to the environment. Our university needs to join the […]