YDSA Georgia Tech

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Template:TOCnestleft YDSA Georgia Tech is an Atlanta affiliate of Young Democratic Socialists of America.

Student Power


Student Power is a platform of positions for the Spring 2020 Georgia Tech Student Government elections, collaboratively written by members of YDSA Georgia Tech and several current & prospective members of SGA. We're students and workers organizing to build an economy and a society that works for the many, not the few.

Candidates were Jared Butler for Undergraduate Computer Science Representative and YDSA Georgia Tech member Radha Jagwani for Undergraduate Civil and Environmental Engineering Representative. [1]

"Spring Reopening: What is to be Done?"

Participants in a November 21 2020 YDSA Georgia Tech Zoom webinar included Olivia Brant-Krenek (SCAD), Richard Dien Winfield, Bonnie Lapwood, Ethan Cosper (GSU), Dr. Alexandra Edwards, Derek Mkpuechina, Ryan Haun, Mcever Dugan (UGA). [2]

YDSA convention

Metro Atlanta was represented at the YDSA national convention in Minneapolis Aug. 4-5 2018 by YDSA Georgia Tech chair Nate Knauf, vice-chair Amanda Olenczuk, U. GA interim co-chair Harrison Finch, and Matthew Wolfsen.[3]

Town Hall w/ Sen. Vincent Fort


Public · Hosted by Georgia Tech Progressive Student Alliance, College Democrats of Georgia Tech, YDSA Georgia Tech, Senator Vincent Fort.

Thursday, October 19 at 6 PM - 8 PM, Howey L3.

State Senator Vincent Fort, the candidate for Mayor endorsed by Bernie Sanders, is coming to Georgia Tech to share his progressive vision for Atlanta! Come hear about his campaign, ask questions about his plans for city government, and learn about how you can get involved in the Mayor election.[4]

Invited on Facebook