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Tech Hosts ACC Swim/Dive Championships
Competition continues through tomorrow at the Campus Recreation Center.
Microneedle Polio Vaccine Gets Gates Funding
$2.5 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will advance Tech's work in worldwide efforts to eradicate polio.
ThinkBig Lets Students Explore Yearlong Special Topics
Living-learning communities for 2015-16 will explore sustainability, arts, startups, food, astrobiology, and Atlanta.
Finalists Selected for 2015 InVenture Prize
The six teams competing to win the Georgia Tech InVenture Prize share a common desire to improve our lives.
Campus Hosts 'Selma' Filming, Screening
As part of Black History Month, AASU and the Student Center have teamed up to bring Tech students a free screening and discussion of the Oscar-nominated movie in one of the very buildings where it was filmed: the Historic Academy of Medicine.
50 Years Ago, First African-American Student Graduated from Tech
Ronald Yancey made history as he walked in the 1965 Commencement.
Klemis Kitchen Opens for Students in Need
The food pantry project will provide meals to students with financial need.
Instructors Wanted for First-Year Seminar
Staff and faculty from any department on campus are welcome to apply to teach GT 1000 this fall.
Bankoff Heads Effort to Develop Midtown as Regional Tech Hub
Chair of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs is now also chairman of Atlanta's Midtown Alliance.
How a Wedding Engagement Changes Twitter Feeds
Study showed that after people got engaged, tweets with the word “I” or “me” dropped by 69 percent.
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