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The six student publications and the radio station at Georgia Tech give students the opportunity to remain or to become involved in activities that many find a surprise in a technical environment, especially when they learn that the newspaper and yearbook are state and national award winners! At WREK, the student managed radio station; there are opportunities to be on the air or behind the scenes

in a diverse music environment. Leadership opportunities are available for students who are looking for involvement in a non-technical area of Georgia Tech.


Our campus is buzzing and we're excited to see all of the new and returning students this fall! To celebrate, we're kicking things off with our Welcome Back issue of The Technique, Friday August 24. We are accepting ad submissions until Monday August 21 at 5pm. Be sure to get them in now!


SGA President Q&A Session is live now.

We're Back! Pick up your copy of our Welcome Back issue of The Technique on newsstands around campus today! Also, advert...

We're Back! Pick up your copy of our Welcome Back issue of The Technique on newsstands around campus today! Also, advertising deadlines are changing from Monday's 5pm to Friday's at 5pm starting today.


Please come out and join the Office of Student Media and Student Publications for our First Amendment 101: Knowing Your Rights to Free Speech with Frank LoMonte, Executive Director of Student Press Law Center.

Thursday, February 23, 2017 3:00pm – 4pm

Charles A. Smithgall Jr. Bldg, Room 117

Frank LoMonte, Executive Director, is an experienced commercial litigation attorney who joined SPLC after practicing with the Atlanta-based law firm of Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP and clerking for federal judges on the Northern District of Georgia and the Eleventh Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. Before law school, LoMonte was an award-winning investigative journalist and political columnist in state Capitol bureaus in Florida and Georgia and in Washington, D.C., with the Morris newspaper chain. LoMonte graduated magna cm laude from the University of Georgia School of Law, where he was a senior editor of the Georgia Law Review.

We hope to see you there!

We are so proud of our Technique staff, way to go!

We are so proud of our Technique staff, way to go!

We did pretty well today at the GCPA Awards! The Technique got third place overall for Improvement, Photography Excellence, and General Excellence. We also placed second in Layout and Design. Further congratulations go to our individual writers: Lanah Marie Jose (Impact Award), Evan Gillon (1st place Best Editorial), Will Finch (3rd place Best Review), Polly Ouellette (3rd place Best Photo Series) and David Raji and Maura Currie (3rd place Best News Article)! We can't wait to keep making great content for everyone! 😊




Our last issue of The Technique for the fall semester is this Friday November 18th. It's our 'To Hell With Georgia Issue'. Hurry and get those last minute ads in today by 5pm!

Be sure to pick up this week's issue of The Technique, The Best & Worst of Tech.  It's our last issue of the spring seme...

Be sure to pick up this week's issue of The Technique, The Best & Worst of Tech. It's our last issue of the spring semester! Thanks to our staff for all of your hard work and dedication. Congrats to all of our graduates, we'll miss you dearly!

This year, consistent with the last several ones, there has been increased discussion about the future of the Technique as a print media. Students, graduate and


In 1979, a Georgia Tech student named Richie Bland took it upon himself to have a $1,400 Yellow Jacket costume created by the costume designer at Six Flags. He snuck past security and ran onto the field during a football game. That is the moment where Buzz got his start.


It's one of the most significant scientific discoveries of our century. Exactly 100 years after Albert Einstein predicted it in his theory of relativity, Georgia Tech professors and students have helped in the first ever observation of gravitational waves. Yellow Jackets have been studying the data from a wave created when two black holes collided approximately a billion and a half years ago, sending a ripple hurtling through space at the speed of light. --


Atlanta is one of the fastest growing cities in the country. Across the city, from Ponce City Market to the West Side to the new Atlanta Falcons stadium, you'll find fingerprints of Yellow Jackets.
The growth our city is being paced by the engineers, entrepreneurs, architects, professors, and students of Georgia Tech. --


Homecoming issue of The Technique is on stands today! A special homecoming navigation map on the back page is sure to help you navigate all of the fun homecoming activities on campus next week!

Congrats to our school! One of the best in the world, but we already knew that! :)

Congrats to our school! One of the best in the world, but we already knew that! :)

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-16 list was released Wednesday and two Georgia universities made it into the top 100.


Have you picked up The Unofficial Roadmap to the Career Fair? The Technique's current issue hits newsstands today! Be sure to pick up a copy and tell all of your friends!

Always remember, never forget.

Always remember, never forget.


Georgia Tech singled out as one of 25 schools that can help students land a 6-figure career without having to go to grad school. We're proud to help set our graduates up for success. --


Researchers at Georgia Tech have made carbon fibers that are the strongest ever measured. The discovery could revolutionize the materials used to make sporting goods, cars, and aircraft. --


Be sure to pick up a copy of the latest Technique on newsstands now and look out for the last issue of the summer semester next Friday July 24th!


This summer, Nahilah Gillis is working on her next step towards becoming an officer in the United States Army at Cadet Initial Entry Training. When she returns to Georgia Tech in fall, she'll be finishing her degree in civil engineering. HOOAH! .


Georgia Tech is one of the top ranked colleges in America on social media for 2015. #3 on Twitter and #15 on Facebook. --


In addition to being a full-time biomedical engineering student, Rachel Ford has launched two startup companies as an undergrad at Georgia Tech. She re-invented baby pacifiers to make them safer on infants' teeth and developed a device that helps drivers diagnose what's wrong with their cars and estimate repair costs. . --


This weekend, he shattered a Georgia Tech school record, beat a two-time Olympian, and became the first-ever native of Georgia to run a mile under 4 minutes.

Oh, and Brandon Lasater did this all while working toward his electrical engineering degree. --


Georgia Tech coming in at #1 on this list of non-Ivy League colleges that give students a better bang for their buck than Harvard or Yale. That's right, #1. --


Finals week is here. Good luck, Yellow Jackets!


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