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Remembering Scout Schultz
Undergraduate student Scout Schultz died Saturday on campus. A vigil to remember Schultz will take place today at 8 p.m. at the Kessler Campanile.
Art Exhibit Celebrates Faculty and Staff Talent
It comes as no surprise that Tech faculty and staff have a wide range of interests and talents that include creating art. Some of that artistry is now on display at the Ferst Center for the Arts.
Student Controls Spacecraft in Mission’s Final Days
When NASA's Cassini spacecraft plunges into Saturn on Friday to end a nearly two-decade mission, Ph.D. student Michael Staab will have a front row seat.
Tech Holds Steady in 'U.S. News' Rankings
Georgia Tech maintained its overall rankings — with some individual programs moving up — in the 2018 Best Colleges rankings of national universities by U.S. News & World Report.
Student Football Fan Guide
Brush up on a few Georgia Tech traditions and learn how to get last-minute tickets.
Peer Coaching Hones Listening Skills
Getting by with a little help from your friends is getting easier thanks to the Georgia Tech Counseling Center.
Your Guide to the Career Fair
Next Monday and Tuesday, more than 350 companies will be on campus recruiting Tech students. Take a few pieces of advice from fellow students who have been through it.
Counseling Workshops Begin This Week
The weekly Wellness and Stress Management workshop series is conducted in a group environment and open to all students, staff, and faculty.
Enjoy Labor Day Events around Atlanta
Dragon Con, football, a book festival, and other events abound to let the campus community enjoy the break in town.
As Tech goes into its opening football weekend, past Buzzes talk with the Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine about what it's like to be the Institute's iconic mascot.
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