Publications at Tech for Tech
Publications are an important resource to stay updated on current global, national, and local affairs. They can also be a form of entertainment for readers. At the Georgia Institute of Technology, there are several publications written to enlighten the students, faculty, and Georgia Tech community about the ongoings at Tech.
The Technique is the student-run newspaper at Georgia Tech. The Technique reports on the current happenings around campus. This includes sporting events, construction, crime, entertainment, and other news concerned with Georgia Tech. It is published weekly, and some articles can be found online at their [[website]].
The Whistle is a faculty-run newspaper that can be found online at their [[website]]. Its purpose is to inform the Georgia Tech community about the current events, accomplishments, research, and advancements going on at Georgia Tech. It is published every Monday during the school year, and twice a week during the summer.
The North Avenue Review
The North Avenue Review or NAR is a student-run free-speech magazine at Georgia Tech. The NAR was created to voice the opinions of the students at Georgia Tech, and go more in depth into current issues. Unlike The Technique, the NAR features article, artwork, poetry, and other forms of media that express viewpoints on controversial issues. It is published once every semester
- ↑ The Technique. Retrieved December 13, 2010 from http://www.nique.net/.
- ↑ The Whistle. Retrieved December 13, 2010 from http://www.whistle.gatech.edu/.
- ↑ Jacket Pages: North Avenue Review. Retrieved December 13, 2010 from http://jacketpages.gatech.edu/Community?action=getOrgHome&orgID=28265.