“Space, Love, Loss, Jellyfish, and lots of Vanilla Coke.” Tickets available here
After a 3 year hiatus due to COVID, the Caltech Y hosted their 7-day Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trip to the Hawaiian islands. Attendees included graduate and undergraduate students alike, all with varying backgrounds, countries of origin, and courses of study.
Well folks, let me tell you something just awful and terrible that the stupid FRICKS at Ricketts Hovse have been hiding. Gerard Decker (’26, Ricketts), a fantastic guy, a really great guy, was robbed, yes robbed, of becoming the Unilateral Excomm of Ricketts Hovse.
My research work at Caltech is trying to precisely address the most fundamental questions that have ever been posed by a human being: “How did the universe begin?”
Now with interactive crossword puzzles! Also: submit your Questions for the Quail!
March 13, 2023, 8PM | The scene is set: it’s a mild night with a soft breeze. The runners take their marks around the track. 3, 2, 1, and they’re off!
According to a recent estimate, more than 250 students at Caltech receive some form of disability accommodation – academic, housing, dietary, or otherwise.
Springtime is here, and the Tech is back on campus. The Tech’s photography team has been out and about, capturing the beauty of the season on campus.
For the first time in four years, the 2023 Student Faculty Conference will be held in-person on April 18th in Ramo Auditorium. The Student Faculty Conference (SFC) is an all-day forum discussion between students and faculty.
Many South Hovse denizens over the past few months have gone to shower only to be disappointed by lukewarm or cold water temperatures. This is their story.
I’ll make no bones about it. The Super Mario Bros. Movie was easily the most anticipated movie of the year, if not the last decade.