A Break, A Pause

April 17, 2020

While we can't all be on campus together, spring has quietly sprung. Operations on campus are limited to protect the community from COVID-19, but the sights of Georgia Tech we know and love remain as proud and beautiful as always.

During a trip to campus, mechanical engineering professor Srinivas Garimella took these stunning photos in the early evening light.

The statue of Dean George C. Griffin stands guard outside of the Ferst Center for the Arts.

The Campanile is framed against a beautifully blue sky and the Atlanta skyline.

Tech Green is as green and inviting as ever. Nearby, the Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons patiently waits for the return of its occupants.

A symbol of knowledge and scientific discovery, the Einstein statue lounges on his bench.

Flowers and trees are in full bloom at the foot of Tech Tower.

As evening falls, the Kendeda Building is illuminated with light.

For the rest of the photos, see the full Flickr album here.

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