As the campus's "free speech" magazine, it would only be fitting that we exercised that right.
Past issues of NAR have taken on everything from the Gulf War to more local issues such as sexual assault on campus.
Contrary to popular belief, Tech is not completely devoid of creativity.
Past issues of NAR have included stories on and interviews with artists both on campus and in the Atlanta area.
Don't live under a rock!
Let NAR be your guide to everything awesome happening in Atlanta, obscure corners of pop culture, and the best of the mainstream.
Be part of a student publication with a vibrant history. Help us create the next chapter for NAR. Write, work with page layout, or help with promotion.
Not sure you have the time? We're flexible. Do as little or as much as you want, and come to meetings when you can.
NAR meets weekly in the Student Publications Office. Stay posted for the exact time.
Our office is in the Smithgall Student Services Building (colloquially known as the "Flag building"), first floor, down the hall by the vending machines.
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NAR accepts submissions! Write something up and send it in: we publish most submissions we receive and these often comprise a good portion of the magazine.
Want to sound off or bring an issue to our attention? Let NAR be your voice. Drop us your opinions, advice, compliments, complaints, you name it.
NAR is open to all members of the Georgia Tech community. Freshman or Grad Student, Professor, Administrator, Facilities Worker, or other institute personnel, we welcome your input.
Our next issue will be launching soon. Keep an eye out for an announcement regarding print copies.
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