A First Look into the Hive: Georgia Tech Campus

This image closely depicts the vibe from the Georgia Tech campus: this is as urban as it gets. Despite the school’s specialties in technology and engineering, the majority of the facilities are composed of brick and could be described as obsolete. The site seems to appreciate the school’s history by keeping the original architectural theme. This building in particular even displays the year “1923” on it which informs visitors that the campus most likely has plenty history. The building sits on a steep hill—another distinct trait of the campus. The terrain barely has flat ground.   This is one of the many Greek housing facilities on the campus. There is an actual neighborhood of Greek life within the school, and it truly imitates a wealthy suburbia. The columns and statues create a convincingly authentic look, and thus one would imagine that the revenue is fairly expensive. Passing through the neighborhood, one may find red cups on the road, hear music playing loudly from several houses (or mansions), and catch a glimpse of fraternity activity.   This basketball court adds to the suburban feel of the campus, however, it also adds antithesis to the environment as well. First, the outdoor basketball court is within the Greek life area of the campus and it appears more like a simple neighborhood court rather than an expensive college court. This court seems to appeal to those who appreciate recreational activities just for leisure, and also encourages students to be active. Secondly, this image captures tall corporal buildings beyond the campus. Georgia Tech is in the city of Atlanta, but is not mixed within...
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