So, GT started its fall semester this Monday. It’s a little surreal that for the first time since I was 5 years old that I haven’t been in school come August. So here’s a little Ivan Allen love 🙂
I’m just realizing that it’s been over 6 months since I graduated college…wow time flies when you’re dealing with grad school…
But this post is about more than my patting myself of my back for my stupendous achievement. This was all possible because of my parents. Throughout the whole process that was college, my parents were always there to help me (be it crazy roommates, impossible professors, or getting that awesome internship). We don’t always see eye to eye and that can be hard. But they are my parents and they’ve done the best they could to raise a daughter in a land they don’t understand and hope for the best.
Georgia Tech has a beautiful campus, full of greenery and technology. The newest building on campus at least while I was there, was the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, an extremely high-tech, green building with 5 floors and countless wall outlets (the latter being much more significant!). My favorite part though was the rooftop garden which provided a central view of campus. One particularly foggy night, I was fortunate enough to be there with my camera.