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President Traverses Georgia on Annual Tour
President G.P. “Bud” Peterson began his seventh annual tour of the state of Georgia yesterday. The four-day jaunt will cover 650 miles, 30 counties, and 13 cities and towns.
Bringing Light to Human Trafficking in Atlanta
The School of Literature, Media, and Communication is using its talent and skill to bring awareness to a worldwide issue that hits close to home.
From InVenture Prize to National Maker Faire
Jasmine Burton, who majored in industrial design and was part of the winning 2014 InVenture Prize team, represents Georgia Tech in Washington, D.C., this weekend at the National Maker Faire.
Exploring Hidden Georgia Tech: The Heffernan House
Ever notice this mid-century relic nestled among fraternity houses on Fifth Street?
Electrical Engineer Breaks Outdoor Mile Record
Brandon Lasater of the Georgia Tech track and field team ran the first sub four-minute mile in school history in a at the Music City Distance Carnival on Vanderbilt's campus.
Stage Set for Rolling Stones
Prior to this summer, seeing The Rolling Stones play at Bobby Dodd Stadium seemed like a once in a lifetime opportunity. That changes tonight, when the band takes the field for the second time.
Why Women Are Finally in the FIFA Videogame
Ian Bogost, professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, talks with Marketplace. The U.S. Women's National Team begins play in the World Cup today.
Summer in the City: Atlanta Offers Plenty of Affordable Fun
If you find yourself with down time this summer, there are several free (or cheap) things to do in and around the city.
Optimizing a Feeding Frenzy
Tech alumnus Stan Chia talks about his work as senior vice president of operations for Grubhub.
Tech Students Help Children with Disabilities Play Golf
An adaptive golf cart lets children be able to play the game of golf without even touching the ground.
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