Many recall the places they stood and the emotions they experienced on September 11, 2001. Yet, with each passing year, memories are shifting from recent remembrances to the chronicles of history. The accounts and stories now play a crucial role in the promise of remembrance. Four Georgia Tech voices who experienced that day firsthand share their stories.
In the late '90s, Georgia Tech purchased 8 acres “across the bridge” from its main campus on the east side of Fifth Street. Two decades later, this area of Midtown is now the bustling, vibrant jewel that is Tech Square.
Vaccinated individuals can still get Covid-19 and transmit it to others. Georgia Tech's Dr. Ben Holton advises that everyone, vaccinated or not, get tested weekly on campus through the asymptomatic testing program.
In their second attempt at the American Solar Challenge, a group of Georgia Tech students made it from Independence, Missouri, to Las Vegas, New Mexico, in a solar-powered vehicle they built on campus.
During the Institute Address, President Ángel Cabrera will highlight recent Institute achievements, convey his vision and goals for the upcoming academic year, and answer audience questions. The campus community is invited to join in person or watch live online.