Articles By: Rebecca Bowen

  • Dollars and Sense: Leslie Zinn

    Dollars and Sense: Leslie Zinn

    For Leslie Zinn, Mgt 91, top banana of Atlanta-based juice company Arden’s Garden, smoothies were virtually her birthright. Business savvy, however, was something her mom and company founder, Arden, didn’t pass down to her. While Arden’s idea to make and sell super-healthy, organic juice was genius back in 1994, she didn’t have a viable plan more

  • The Show Goes On

    The Show Goes On

    Two weeks from opening night of DramaTech’s mainstage summer show, British-accented accusations fill the Ferst Center’s Dean James E. Dull Black Box Theatre. It’s nothing personal, just the belligerent bon mots of Corpse!, a comedic murder-mystery set in 1930s London. Tech’s production of the Gerald Moon play costars Tamil Periasamy, AE 07, and Erik Arndt, more

  • Weekly News Roundup (May 12-18)

    Weekly News Roundup (May 12-18)

    • Senior biology major Kristen Jolley pits her school-sweatered intellect against that of students from Georgetown and MIT in tonight’s Jeopardy! College Championship final. [Atlanta Business Chronicle] • What do you think of Georgia Tech’s plan to offer an online master’s in Computer Science for less than $7,000? [College of Computing] • Atlanta-based startup Techturized has won the more

  • President’s Update Covers Tech’s Regional, Global Impact

    President’s Update Covers Tech’s Regional, Global Impact

    The President’s Update, a comprehensive dispatch from Georgia Tech’s President G.P. “Bud” Peterson, is now available online for those who wish to review this complement to Peterson’s fall Institute address. The update covers Tech’s impact regionally, nationally and globally, highlighting key areas of research and innovation. And it’s full of links to supplemental information for those more

  • Weekly News Roundup (April 14-20, 2013)

    Weekly News Roundup (April 14-20, 2013)

    • Amid a manhunt for the second marathon bombing suspect in Boston, Georgia Tech campus police are reminding members of the university community to be vigilant in reporting suspicious activity. [Newsroom] • Researchers are developing a better way to monitor bridges for structural decay. [Newsroom] • The Board of Regents has approved a $270 tuition increase for more