Looking Back, Stepping Forward
Since 1930, Indiana Tech’s commitment to educating students and giving them tools to becomeleaders in whatever walk of life they choose has been a proven benchmark for the values and goals a university should set for its student body. Your gifts, involvement, and advocacy make a difference for the university, and most importantly, for our students.
Take this time to reminisce about days gone by and learn how our past has helped us continually shape our university so that it can enrich our current and future students and prepare them for the challenges that come with tomorrow.
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Trends: The Official University Magazine
Published in the spring, summer, and fall, Trends provides the latest information as to what’s happening at Tech. To read current and past issues, visit our Trends page.
(Volume 8, Issue 3)
In This Issue:
- » Congratulations to the Class of 2012
- » Groundbreaking Celebrates Milestone in Law School Plan
- » Homecoming 2012 Extravaganza
So much has changed since Indiana Tech first opened its doors in 1930. The very first Tech yearbook, called the Kekiongan, was published in 1949 to capture what life at Indiana Tech was like. Although there hasn’t been a yearbook published since 1976, that hasn’t stopped us from capturing memories of campus and
student life to share with you.
Take a moment to see how far Tech has come, how our campus and our student body has changed, and imagine what the future may hold for all of us.