Posted September 6, 2012 Atlanta, GA
As part of their continued partnership, Georgia Tech and the Woodruff Arts Center are providing free rides for students to the Arts Center on Thursday nights throughout the year. Stinger buses will pick up at the Student Center transit hub and Graduate Living Center at 5:30 p.m. each week. The transportation cycle will continue throughout the evening until 11 p.m.
The rides complement the Georgia Tech Woodruff Arts Student Pass, a $20 offer that provides unlimited access to the High Museum of Art and may be used to reserve tickets for the Alliance Theatre and Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
“The shuttles provide a great, safe and easy way for students to get to the Woodruff Arts Center every week,” said Merry Hunter Hipp, a fourth-year public policy major and vice president of External Affairs for the Undergraduate Student Government Association (SGA). “SGA is excited to continue our successful partnership with Woodruff Arts Center. We hope that this new initiative will bring more students to the center each week, as well as to the annual Georgia Tech Woodruff Arts Nights.” The fall Georgia Tech night at Woodruff will be Thursday, Sept. 27.
Student passes, which also include invitations to special members-only events and prizes throughout the semester, are on sale at the Georgia Tech Ticket Office.
Written by Institute Communications student assistant Vett Vandiver.