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  • (Ga) Tech student robbed on campus

    04/20/2010 3:54:51 AM PDT · by from occupied ga · 7 replies · 531+ views
    AJC online ^ | 4/20/1020 | Mike Morris
    A Georgia Tech student was robbed on campus early Tuesday as she walked to her car, Tech police said. In a crime alert e-mailed to students and staff, campus police said the incident happened around midnight as the unidentified female student walked from the library to her car, which was parked near Ferst Drive and Cherry Street. The student was approached by a man, who demanded her belongings. The victim gave the man cash. The suspect was described as a light-skinned black male, 23 to 25 years old and 5 feet 8 inches tall with a medium build. He was...
  • Navy grounds pilots for low flyover at Tech football game

    03/22/2010 5:58:30 AM PDT · by rawhide · 46 replies · 1,487+ views ^ | 3-22-10 | By Larry Hartstein
    Two Navy fighter pilots have been grounded for their low flyover at a Georgia Tech football game in downtown Atlanta in November, according to several media reports. The aviators, identified by the Virginian-Pilot newspaper as Lt. Cmdr. Marc Fryman and Lt. Cmdr. Christopher Condon, are both Tech graduates. They flew F/A-18 Super Hornets a few hundred feet above Bobby Dodd Stadium after the national anthem prior to the Tech-Wake Forest game on Nov. 7. Navy rules require flyovers to be done at 1,000 feet or higher, according to NavyTimes. The Navy assigned Fryman and Condon to non-flying jobs. Several videos...
  • Georgia Tech over Wake Forest in OT! 30-27 (Vanity)

    11/07/2009 4:27:32 PM PST · by HangnJudge · 21 replies · 589+ views
    A major heart thumper, GT now 9-1 (6-1 in ACC) Looks to win ACC, major bowl bid Unashamed Georgia Tech Vanity
  • Tech Area Arrests

    07/14/2009 4:32:12 AM PDT · by from occupied ga · 14 replies · 754+ views ^ | 7/14/2009 | chris camp
    (WSB Radio) -- This could be the break terrified Tech-area residents have been looking for: the arrest of three young men police say tried to rob a pedestrian at gunpoint. The suspects are identified as Justin Johnson, and Xavier Mosteller, both 21; and 19-year old Dandre Barnwell. Atlanta Police Sergeant Reginald Moorman says the suspects were armed and very dangerous. "It looks like they were prepared for anything," says Atlanta Police Sgt. Reginald Moorman. The three suspects were arrested early Sunday near the Tech campus. When they were pulled over, Moorman says they had in their car, "a fully-loaded AK-47...
  • Another Robbery Near Georgia Tech (The police will protect you)

    06/24/2009 3:46:11 AM PDT · by from occupied ga · 63 replies · 1,679+ views ^ | 6/24/09 | Jon Lewis
    (WSB Radio) Despite an increased police presence, armed robbers have struck again near the Georgia Tech campus.This time it was at the Centennial Place Apartments, at Honeycutt and Lovejoy.  And this time the victim lost his college bookbag containing his laptop.Eric Mills was walking home early Wednesday morning when he noticed an SUV that made him suspicious."I continued walking and i'm on my cellphone, talking," Mills says.  "All of a sudden, I felt a presence behind me."Mills says he turned around and saw two men approaching him in "an aggressive manner."Both were dressed in black.  One of the two...
  • String Of Robberies Continues Near Georgia Tech

    06/23/2009 4:30:23 AM PDT · by from occupied ga · 43 replies · 937+ views ^ | 6/23/09 | wsbtv
    ATLANTA -- A robber held-up a Georgia Tech student at gunpoint early Tuesday morning, the latest in a string of armed robberies on or near the campus.The gunman confronted the Tech graduate student about 1:00 a.m. on Luckie Street in downtown Atlanta as the victim walked to his apartment.The robber demanded everything the student was carrying. A neighbor who saw the incident stepped out of her unit at the Centennial Street apartments and began screaming for help.The robber got away with a pack of cigarettes.One neighbor complained to Channel 2 Action News reporter Ryan Young that the string of robberies...
  • [Georgia] Tech's truth-free zone

    08/02/2008 5:28:03 PM PDT · by madprof98 · 18 replies · 240+ views
    Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | 7/31/08 | Jonathan D. Crumly
    Letting the facts do the talking seems to be a lost art among university bureaucrats today, at least at Georgia Tech. Honesty takes a back seat to misinformation, distortions of the truth and the assumption that those with opposing views are inherently wrong and deserving of retribution. It doesn't help when some members of the media leave this unchallenged. But now a federal judge has made note of Tech's apparent "lack of candor." In March 2006, the Alliance Defense Fund —- Christian attorneys and like-minded organizations defending the right of people to freely live out their faith —- filed a...
  • Ga. Tech Building Evacuated After Chemical Spill

    11/08/2007 12:10:26 PM PST · by RDTF · 22 replies · 126+ views
    wsbtv ^ | Nov , 2007 | not specified
    ATLANTA -- Emergency officials are on the scene of an incident/HazMat situation at the Science and Technology building at Georgia Tech. The incident took place on the second floor of the building. That building has been evacuated. Officials said there is one minor injury -- they are still determining if it's relation to the spill or the evacuation. HazMat crews are on the scene and entered the building just after 12:45 p.m. The type of chemical they are dealing with has not been determined. -snip-
  • Politically Correct Death Threats at Georgia Tech

    03/21/2007 11:05:15 AM PDT · by Tatze · 60 replies · 1,739+ views
    FrontPage Magazine ^ | March 21, 2007 | Peter Collier
    Politically Correct Death Threats at Georgia Tech By Peter Collier | March 21, 2007 This past February, while other Georgia Tech students were exchanging flirtatious Valentine?s Day notes, Ruth Malhotra received an anonymous letter whose message was anything but amorous: This Valentine?s Day, you cannot attack gay marriage. It is about love and you are about hate. This Valentine?s Day, you cannot condemn a woman?s choice. It is about love and you are about hate. This Valentine? Day, you cannot protest the Vagina Monologues. It is about love and you are about hate. No, this Valentine?s Day, you will...
  • Georgia Tech's Censorship "Technique"

    03/16/2007 5:00:05 AM PDT · by SJackson · 12 replies · 588+ views ^ | March 16, 2007 | Orit T. Sklar
    The student newspaper refuses an ad from the Terrorism Awareness Project, but gives glowing, free coverage to Islamic Awareness Week Last month, the editorial board of the Technique – the Georgia Tech student Newspaper – rejected an advertisement from the Terrorism Awareness Project entitled, “What Americans Need to Know about Jihad.” In the February 23rd edition, the Technique published a news article with the headline, “Islamic Awareness Week promotes understanding.” The Technique has clearly chosen to promote one particular viewpoint and censor those views not in line with its own unbalanced agenda. The Technique seems to doubt the intellectual ability...
  • Victory for freedom at GTech

    08/18/2006 8:14:36 AM PDT · by JSedreporter · 2 replies · 526+ views
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | August 18, 2006 | Julia A. Seymour
    The Alliance Defense Fund, students of Georgia Tech and free speech won a substantial victory in court this week. On Monday, August 14 a court order went into effect that requires Georgia Tech to repeal and replace a speech code which the ADF said is unconstitutional. The order also prohibits the school from changing the code again for a period of five years unless pre-approved by the court. “The First Amendment applies to all students on campus, including religious students and students who hold conservative political beliefs. We are glad that we reached a mutually agreeable settlement with the university...
  • Smaller Bowls and Spoons Key to Eating Less

    08/03/2006 12:53:18 PM PDT · by Teflonic · 59 replies · 991+ views
    Atlanta (August 2, 2006) — When it comes to choosing food bowls, you might want to follow Goldilocks’s lead and opt for the baby-bear serving, but not because of the temperature. What makes smaller bowls “just right” for most people is how they help control the urge to over-serve food, says Koert van Ittersum, assistant professor of marketing at Georgia Tech College of Management. Smaller spoons also help stop people from piling on too much food, according to a study conducted by van Ittersum with Brian Wansink of Cornell University and James Painter of Eastern Illinois University. Titled “Ice Cream...
  • Confronting Academic Liberalism

    06/20/2006 7:48:49 AM PDT · by JSedreporter · 6 replies · 790+ views
    Accuracy in Academia ^ | June 16, 2006 | Julia A. Seymour
    Confronting Academic Liberalism by: Julia A. Seymour, June 16, 2006 One sued her university, another was caricatured in her college newspaper, and the third stood up against school administration and would not back down. Conservative student activists are no longer anomalies, rare individuals who stand up to fight against liberalism on their campuses. The Eagle Forum Summit not only drew student activists, it featured several student speakers who have been waging battles for conservatism in Georgia, Virginia and Utah. Ruth Malhotra spoke first about her experiences at Georgia Tech which included being singled out in class and being threatened with...
  • Big Questions About the Big Easy (GA Tech Civil Eng Prof interview)

    05/21/2006 10:31:12 AM PDT · by FreedomPoster · 11 replies · 571+ views
    Big Questions About the Big Easy Hughes Joseph Hughes chairs the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Georgia Tech and serves on the EPA's environmental engineering advisory committee. He toured the hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast with President Wayne Clough in November, spoke to former Alumni Association trustees in January and recently sat down with the ALUMNI MAGAZINE. Hughes now is helping coordinate a conference that will address the future of New Orleans.What is Georgia Tech's role in the rebuilding of New Orleans? We're at the stage right now in the discussion where there are real questions whether we should rebuild...
  • Season kicks off with Notre Dame at Georgia Tech (ABC College Football)

    05/16/2006 8:49:21 PM PDT · by buckeyesrule · 5 replies · 303+ views
    ESPN Web Page ^ | May 16, 2006 | N/A
    2006 ABC Saturday Night College Football schedule • Sept. 2, 8 p.m. ET: Notre Dame at Georgia Tech • Sept. 9, 8 p.m. ET: Ohio State at Texas • Sept. 16, 8 p.m. ET: Nebraska at USC • Sept. 23, 8 p.m. ET: Notre Dame at Michigan State; USC at Arizona • Sept. 30, 8 p.m. ET: Ohio State at Iowa or Michigan at Minnesota* • Oct. 7, 8 p.m. ET: Oregon at California; ACC, Big 12 or BIG EAST (12-day selection) • Oct. 14, 8 p.m. ET: Michigan at Penn State; Arizona State at USC • Nov. 4, 8...
  • Season kicks off with Notre Dame at Georgia Tech (ABC TV College Football Schedule)

    05/16/2006 1:59:42 PM PDT · by MikefromOhio · 42 replies · 527+ views ^ | 16 May 2006 | news services
    ABC will tackle prime-time college football next season. ABC Saturday Night College Football will feature showdowns between top football programs at 8 p.m. ET. Notre Dame kicks off the 12-week season Sept. 2 at Georgia Tech followed by Ohio State at defending national champion Texas the next week. Commentator Brent Musburger will be the play-by-play voice with Bob Davie as the analyst. They will be joined by ESPN College GameDay and ESPN College Football Thursday prime-time analyst Kirk Herbstreit on certain weeks. Lisa Salters, an NBA sideline reporter and general assignment correspondent for multiple ESPN news outlets, will report from...
  • Ga. Tech defends gay-inclusive policies

    05/13/2006 6:02:50 PM PDT · by SteveH · 28 replies · 2,581+ views
    Southern Voice ^ | 5/12/2006 | Dyana Bagby
    Ga. Tech defends gay-inclusive policies Lawsuit among rising tide of challenges to so-called ‘speech codes’ By DYANA BAGBY Friday, May 12, 2006 Responding this week to a federal lawsuit filed by two students against the Georgia Institute of Technology, state attorneys said the public university’s policies do not limit the free speech rights of those who oppose gay rights. Tech does not "prohibit or restrict expressive speech or activity by students or their organizations. Students, faculty and friends of Tech have the right to make statements as they please in the public areas without fear of reprisals," Assistant Attorney General...
  • Nature Meets Technology at Georgia Tech Conference (Looking to creation to solve problems)

    05/11/2006 7:23:46 PM PDT · by DaveLoneRanger · 50 replies · 654+ views
    Georgia Institute of Technology ^ | May 11, 2006 | Staff
    Atlanta (May 11, 2006) — Through the centuries, nature has inspired countless number of poets, artists and musicians – now engineers are looking to nature to help them solve some of the most complex problems of the day. For two days, May 11-12, researchers from 20 institutions will gather at the Georgia Institute of Technology for the first International Symposium for Biologically-inspired Design and Engineering. The premise underlying this evolving field is the belief that every animal must solve a particular problem to survive, so every animal embodies a design solution for a particular problem.
  • University Presidents Battle for Honors in Spinelessness

    04/30/2006 6:30:04 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 11 replies · 859+ views
    RealClearPolitics ^ | April 30, 2006 | John Leo
    It's time for this column to announce its Sheldon Award, given annually to the university president who does the most to look the other way when free speech is under assault on campus. As all Sheldon fans know, the prize is a statuette that looks something like the Oscar, except that the Oscar shows a man with no face looking straight ahead, whereas the Sheldon shows a man with no spine looking the other way. The award is named for Sheldon Hackney, former president of the University of Pennsylvania and a modern legend in looking the other way.College presidents who...
  • Energy From the Gulf Stream

    04/24/2006 1:48:35 PM PDT · by mission9 · 93 replies · 2,077+ views
    Georgia Tech ^ | 05-12-05 | Michael Hoover
    Now that oil is 75 dollars a barrel, and it costs fifty bucks to fuel the SUV, what about tapping the gulf stream for inexhaustable power? This nation's energy needs are growing, and national security demands that we free the electricity producers from the oil economy. Florida has ALL the free new energy it needs in the form of the Gulf Stream. This moving current of water is one thousand feet deep, twenty miles wide and three miles off Broward County. A moving current of water is 832 times more energy dense than wind. There is many times more energy...
  • AP: FBI Says 2 in Ga. Plotted Terrorism

    04/21/2006 12:19:02 PM PDT · by Sub-Driver · 12 replies · 823+ views
    By GIOVANNA DELL'ORTO, Associated Press Writer 9 minutes ago A 21-year-old Georgia Tech student and another man traveled to Canada to meet with Islamic extremists to discuss "strategic locations in the United States suitable for a terrorist strike," according to an affidavit made public Friday. Syed Haris Ahmed and Ehsanul Islam Sadequee, both U.S. citizens who grew up in the Atlanta area, met with at least three other targets of ongoing FBI terrorism investigations during a trip to Canada in March 2005, the FBI agent's affidavit said. The affidavit said the men discussed attacks against oil refineries and military bases...
  • Ga. Tech Student Charged for Aiding Terrorism

    04/20/2006 7:18:20 PM PDT · by do the dhue · 7 replies · 498+ views
    FoxNews ^ | 4/20/2006 | associated press
    ATLANTA — A federal grand jury has indicted a 21-year-old Georgia Tech student for material support of terrorism, U.S. Attorney David E. Nahmias said on Thursday. Syed Haris Ahmed, a naturalized citizen from Atlanta, is being held by federal authorities at an undisclosed location, known only to his family, his attorney and the government. He waived his right to arraignment with the right to revoke the waiver at any time. "This is the first internatinal terrorism charge filed in Georgia," Nahmias said. "The charge against Mr. Ahmet is serious and involved national security, and it will be prosecuted with that...
  • FBI detains Tech student, won't say why (Pakistan Born Immigrant)

    04/19/2006 8:50:27 PM PDT · by Qaz_W · 24 replies · 1,010+ views
    Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | 04/20/06 | Bill Torpy & Mike Morris
    A Georgia Tech student born in Pakistan has been in federal custody for nearly a month, apparently because authorities suspect a videotape he made of a building may have been related to terrorism, his family said. Syed Haris Ahmed, a 21-year-old mechanical engineering major who had become increasingly religious in his Islamic faith, was arrested by the FBI March 23 and has been held since, his family said. ……. Ahmed's family denied that he could be involved in anything related to terrorism. He came to the United States with his family in 1997, is an American citizen and lived with...
  • Students' lawsuit targets policies against 'intolerance'

    04/12/2006 6:49:43 PM PDT · by dukeman · 5 replies · 645+ views
    Student Press Law Center ^ | 4/12/06 | Allison Retka
    When their affirmative action bake sale was shut down, College Republicans at the Georgia Institute of Technology bristled. When university officials ordered parts of their protest signs for “The Vagina Monologues” be painted over with white paint, they fumed. Now, two members of the student organization are suing the public university in Atlanta, alleging the school’s Community Policies repeatedly restricted their free speech and continue to infringe on their rights. The university’s Community Guide for 2005-06 identifies several “Acts of Intolerance” that are considered “unacceptable,” including “any attempt to injure, harm, malign or harass a person because of race, religious...
  • Christians Sue for Right Not to Tolerate Policies

    04/10/2006 2:26:20 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 213 replies · 3,549+ views
    Los Angeles Times ^ | April 10, 2006 | Stephanie Simon, Times Staff Writer
    ATLANTA — Ruth Malhotra went to court last month for the right to be intolerant. Malhotra says her Christian faith compels her to speak out against homosexuality. But the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she's a senior, bans speech that puts down others because of their sexual orientation. Malhotra sees that as an unacceptable infringement on her right to religious expression. So she's demanding that Georgia Tech revoke its tolerance policy. With her lawsuit, the 22-year-old student joins a growing campaign to force public schools, state colleges and private workplaces to eliminate policies protecting gays and lesbians from harassment. The...
  • Christians Sue for Right Not to Tolerate Policies [bias alert]

    04/10/2006 9:17:06 PM PDT · by sionnsar · 6 replies · 271+ views
    titusonenine ^ | 4/10/2006
    Ruth Malhotra went to court last month for the right to be intolerant.Malhotra says her Christian faith compels her to speak out against homosexuality. But the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she’s a senior, bans speech that puts down others because of their sexual orientation.Malhotra sees that as an unacceptable infringement on her right to religious expression. So she’s demanding that Georgia Tech revoke its tolerance policy.With her lawsuit, the 22-year-old student joins a growing campaign to force public schools, state colleges and private workplaces to eliminate policies protecting gays and lesbians from harassment. The religious right aims to overturn...
  • Judge orders Georgia Tech to reinstate player

    11/15/2005 9:16:40 PM PST · by LittleRedRooster · 16 replies · 1,110+ views ^ | 11/15/2005 | By CHARLES ODUM
    ATLANTA -- A Fulton County judge ordered Georgia Tech to reinstate defensive back Reuben Houston to the team Tuesday even though Houston is facing felony drug charges and has been suspended from the team all season.The ruling from Superior Court Judge M. Gino Brogdon shocked Georgia Tech athletic director Dave Braine, who nonetheless pledged to abide by the decision.Georgia Tech coach Chan Gailey said Houston might play as early as Saturday, when the Yellow Jackets visit No. 3 Miami.The 22-year-old Houston, a two-year starting cornerback with seven career interceptions, was arrested June 21 in Atlanta in connection with a marijuana...
  • Georgia Tech Coming Out Week

    10/30/2005 1:32:12 PM PST · by freespirited · 15 replies · 1,047+ views
    Townhall ^ | 10/25/05 | Mike Adams
    Warning: This article contains sexual references that may be offensive to readers. Recently, a young Georgia Tech student wrote me an angry letter saying I had unfairly criticized some of last year’s Georgia Tech Coming Out Week (CTCOW) activities as “pornographic.” His missive contained classic liberal arguments like “Liar! Liar! Pants on fire!” and “You’re a homo!” I hope readers will trust that I am not a “homo” and that my pants are not presently “on fire.” If so, I can defend my use of the term “pornographic” in reference to at least one GTCOW event. A brief overview of...
  • Suspect Held in Ga. Tech Blast (busy day around Atlanta, huh?)

    10/11/2005 10:41:29 AM PDT · by hispanarepublicana · 99 replies · 2,128+ views
    WXIA TV Atlanta ^ | 10/11/05 | Tracey Christensen
    Last Modified: 10/11/2005 1:32:42 PM A person identified as a witness to the placement of three explosives at Georgia Tech is now being called a suspect in the case, according to a spokeswoman for the Atlanta Police Department. Georgia Tech Police investigators took the so-called witness in for questioning early Tuesday morning, the spokeswoman said. During the course of their interview, they changed their characterization from witness to suspect. Three explosive devices were found in a courtyard between two Georgia Tech dormitories on the East Campus Monday morning. One of the devices exploded, injuring the grounds worker who found them...
  • Police investigate suspicious bottles with chemicals at Georgia Tech (Unbelievable SPIN ALERT!)

    10/11/2005 2:23:12 AM PDT · by LibertyRocks · 66 replies · 3,375+ views
    WISTV 10 - Georgia ^ | October 10, 2005 | AP
    (Atlanta, Georgia-AP) Oct. 10, 2005 - Police are investigating suspicious bottles found in a courtyard at Georgia Tech. The discovery of the bottle containing chemicals led to the evacuation of two dormitories, but students have been allowed back into the buildings. No serious injuries were reported after the devices were found by a janitor this morning. Officers later found at least two more devices fashioned from plastic bottles. The worker who found the bottle was picking up trash. He was taken to a clinic for evaluation. Spokeswoman Amelia Gambino says about 100 students were evacuated from Cloudman and Glenn dormitories....
  • Explosive Devices Found at Georgia Tech

    10/10/2005 8:35:04 AM PDT · by SeeRushToldU_So · 499 replies · 23,042+ views
    WSB Radion ^ | 10/10/2005 | Radio WSB
    Explosive devices found on the GA Tech campus.
  • Georgia Tech Spreads Communist Propaganda

    04/22/2004 5:05:24 PM PDT · by Eva · 10 replies · 197+ views
    Frontpage Magazine ^ | April 22, 2004 | Britton Alexander
    In the latest front on the war against academic bias in our colleges and universities, the Georgia Association of College Republicans is dismayed to report that the School of Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology is formally engaged in distributing a propaganda flyer opposing the Academic Bill of Rights. The flyer is a reprint of an article attacking the Academic Bill of Rights that was published by the Revolutionary Worker (, a self-identified communist organization. It is being distributed through the school’s Public Policy Office and had been posted throughout the building on professor’s personal boards and office...
  • A political trap was set to trip Tech professor

    04/07/2004 2:43:34 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 33 replies · 319+ views
    Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | April 6, 2004 | DOUG GLADDEN and JOHN PUTRICH
    An article in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on March 24 says it all: "She expected a lively discussion on government spending . . . but she didn't expect to be rebuked." As a result, a complaint has been filed against a Georgia Tech professor, students are dropping a class they were failing anyway, and Tech's School of Public Policy has been thrown into an awkward position. The school is stuck between a competent and fair professor and political pressure from people such as David Horowitz and State Senate President Pro Tem Eric Johnson (R-Savannah). Horowitz wrote the national "Academic Bill of...