Story title, "27 Frames" with a collage of photos and ephemera on a corkboard
Allison Carter

After a year and a half unlike any other, the Georgia Tech community continues to navigate the pandemic with a hopeful eye toward the future. We gave four students the chance to document their lives on campus with 27 exposures on a disposable camera. It’s a new look at the Tech campus through an old-school lens.

Brian Gomez's photos with ephemera on a corkboard

 

Bryan Gomez

Fourth-year student, Biochemistry and Neuroscience

1 The Wreck drives down Yellow Jacket Alley before the start of Tech's first football game of the 2021 season.

2 Students from the Zbar and Maulding residence halls participate in a block party, which included pizza, chalk art, music, and lawn games.

3 Bryan Gomez documents Georgia Tech's first football game of the 2021 season.

4 Students participate in the Georgia Audubon birdwatching tour near The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design.

 

Rebecca Hammond's photos and ephemera on a corkboard

 

Rebecca Hammond

Master's student, Media and Cultural Studies

1 Rebecca Hammond studies outside of the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons.

2 Members of the Omega Psi Phi fraternity pose for a photograph at the National Pan-Hellenic Council convocation.

3 Members of the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity and Zeta Phi Beta sorority pose for a photograph at the National Pan-Hellenic Council convocation.

4 Inside Clough Commons.

 

Vanessa Vargas' photos and ephemera on a corkboard

 

Vanesa Vargas

Third-year student, Neuroscience

1 Students use Ferst Drive to walk around campus in Fall 2021.

2 Tech Square at night.

3 Jesús Gomez stands in front of a green screen at the Teaching Studio in the Price Gilbert Library.

4 The Progress Pride Staircase at the Klaus Advanced Computing Building.

5 Vanesa Vargas photographs a Georgia Tech classroom during the Fall 2021 semester.

 

 

Karam Jivani's  photos and ephemera on a corkboard

 

Karam Jivani

First-year student, Computer Science

1 Students practice juggling near the Einstein statue.

2 The Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket Marching Band lines up near the Koan sculpture.

3 A portrait of the activities going on around the Bunger-Henry Building.

4 Students participate in a fencing orientation at the CRC.

5 Tailgaters enjoy a live band at a fraternity house before Tech's first football game of the 2021 season.

 

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