Monday, August 31, 2015

VIDEO: Stop what you're doing and watch the epic welcome speech at Georgia Tech

Thanks to Reddit, the world has been alerted to video evidence of an epic freshman convocation speech delivered to the incoming class at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Nick Selby of the Mechanical Engineering Class of 2015, took the stage to welcome new students to the GT way of life.

VIDEO: Stop what you're doing and watch the epic welcome speech at Georgia Tech

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Thanks to Reddit, the world has been alerted to video evidence of an epic freshman convocation speech delivered to the incoming class at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Nick Selby, of the Mechanical Engineering Class of 2015, took the stage to welcome new students to the GT way of life.

"If you want to change the world, you're at Georgia Tech—you can do that! If you want to build the Iron Man suit, you're at Georgia Tech—you can do that! If you want to play theme music during your convocation speech like a badass, we're at Georgia Tech—we can do that! I am doing that!"

It's safe to say that Selby is, um... enthusiastic about his stay at Georgia Tech.

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