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  • Ramblin’ Wrecks Awarded Marshall, Rhodes Scholarships

    Ramblin’ Wrecks Awarded Marshall, Rhodes Scholarships

    Two of Tech’s own will be taking their engineering smarts overseas in 2014, thanks to two recently awarded prestigious scholarships. Nick Picon, a fourth-year aerospace engineering major and computer science minor, has received a Marshall Scholarship, granted annually to intellectually distinguished American students pursuing post-secondary education in the U.K. Picon, current president of Tech’s Student Government more

  • Two Tech Alumni, Killed in Action, Receive Long-Delayed Arlington Burial

    Two Tech Alumni, Killed in Action, Receive Long-Delayed Arlington Burial

    In July 1969, James Sizemore and Howard Andre, Air Force pilots who’d met at Georgia Tech, were on the crew of a Douglas A-26 invader that crashed over Laos. In September 2013, they were finally laid to rest—side by side, with full military honors—at Arlington National Cemetery. “It’s very meaningful,” Gene Sizemore, James’s brother, told more

  • Animal Lovers, the Alumni Magazine is Looking for You

    Animal Lovers, the Alumni Magazine is Looking for You

    Are you a Tech grad whose professional life involves creatures and critters? Is your pet as much of a Yellow Jackets fan as you are? We’re planning an animal-themed issue and want to hear all about it. E-mail us about your animal-related job and send us photos of your furry (or scaly, or feathery…) pals more

  • Student Alumni Association and Student Foundation Generate Buzz

    Student Alumni Association and Student Foundation Generate Buzz

    In recent weeks, two of Tech’s most esteemed student-run groups have given fellow Ramblin’ Wrecks even more reasons to be proud. On Sept. 17, the Student Alumni Association brought home two honors from the annual CASE ASAP Network Awards ceremony. Mentor Jackets won for Outstanding Internal Program, and the Expert Jackets speakers series was named more

  • Yellow Jackets To Honor Longstanding Fan

    Yellow Jackets To Honor Longstanding Fan

    On Saturday, when the Ramblin’ Wreck leads the Yellow Jackets out onto Grant Field, the team will celebrate the 85 years that Robert Duling, Cls 50, has followed Georgia Tech’s football team. Because of poor health, Duling is no longer able to attend games. Tech will show a video on the scoreboard honoring Duling for more