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Major League Machines
Georgia Tech's Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines releases its annual trading cards to celebrate National Robotics Week.
Class Notes: A Class for the Masses
In one computing class, every student received a tiny robot to program over the course of the semester.
10 Tech Women Changing the Field of Robotics
Meet some of the women changing the face of their field as part of National Robotics Week.
Graduating Students Get Weeklong Celebration
Grad Week starts today with Ramblin' On, and continues through next week with spirit days, free photos, and events at Top Golf and Tech Square.
10 Years of Southern Stargazing
The Georgia Tech Observatory, which hosts around 1,500 people a year, celebrates its 10th birthday today. Learn more about the space and enjoy events throughout the day on campus, including public night tonight at the Observatory.
Students Pitch Potential Investors at Round One
Alpha Kappa Psi and Startup Exchange host the final round of a Shark Tank-style competition this weekend, featuring four teams of entrepreneurs. The final round is free to attend.
When the Whistle Blows Honors Community Members
Today's annual event will honor members of the campus community who died during the past year. The ceremony will take place at Harrison Square.
Severe Weather Anticipated Today
Georgia Tech Emergency Preparedness is advising the campus community to be aware of the likelihood of high winds, and the possibility of hail or isolated tornadoes.
Musician's Network Hosts Solo Artist Showcase Finals
Tonight's six finalists will perform original works, with a range of influences including electronic music, singer-songwriter material, rap, and folk music.
Sting Break Takes Over Tech Square
Fifth Street will be closed between Spring Street and Techwood Drive for the annual event that brings a carnival to campus.
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