The Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine welcomes letters and emails to the editor and devotes space to print the opinions from our readers. While we appreciate all feedback, we reserve the right not to publish everything that is submitted. The fact that a letter is not used does not mean it was rejected.
In order to provide space for as many letters as possible, we ask readers to limit the length of their comments to no more than 300 words, and submissions must include:
- The letter writer’s full name;
- City and state;
- Phone or email address;
- Degree from Georgia Tech and year of graduation (if applicable).
Letters may be edited for space, clarity, civility, grammatical accuracy, stylistic consistency and, on occasion, factual accuracy. Letter writers will be sent the edited version prior to publication.
Letters must be germane to content covered in the Alumni Magazine, must relate directly to Georgia Tech and the Georgia Tech community, and must contain information of interest to Tech alumni, students, faculty, staff or friends.
While the Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine welcomes all opinions in the letters page, a letter will be rejected if it:
- Doesn’t relate to content in the Alumni Magazine;
- Uses crude language;
- Is confusing or unclear;
- Is deemed potentially libelous or maligns a specific person or organization;
- Is disrespectful of anyone’s ethnicity, gender, religion, culture, sexual orientation or race;
- Is an endorsement for a product or service.
Send letters to: Editor, Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine, 190 North Ave. N.W., Atlanta, Ga. 30313, or email@example.com.