|The Bugle Archive|
Many of the Bugles for this decade has been digitized and in PDF format. Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed to read this files. Available issues are listed to the right.
". . . Shades of continued growth through increased national recognition was a little more obvious. The Campaign for Excellence gave Tech more exposure, and the national media gave credibility to the varsity sports program.
Shades of tradition endured with renewed growth in enrollment in the Corps of Cadets, and the quality of eduction attracted first-rate applicants making admission to Tech even tougher . . . "
(from the Opening of the 1985 Bugle)
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The Bugles seen in the collage above are covers from three of the earliest yearbooks. They are from top to bottom: 1900, 1897 and 1898.
Digital Library and Archives would like to thank Digital Imaging for their assistance in digitizing the Bugle.