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Health Projects Shine at Fall Capstone Expo
With a project offering a new way to fix drooping eyelids, a team of biomedical engineering majors won the top prize at the Fall 2014 Capstone Design Expo.
Fans Send Off Team to ACC Championship
Students and fans gathered at Callaway Plaza this morning to send off the Yellow Jackets as they departed for the ACC Championship Game in Charlotte, North Carolina.
NASA, Orion Ready for Historic Test Flight
Aerospace Engineering Professor Robert Braun says it's a crucial first step toward an even bigger goal: becoming deep space explorers.
Tech4Good, Capstone Showcase Student Innovation
Two of Tech’s major academic showcases take place this week.
Tech, Emory Partner on Law Master's Degree Program
As early as next fall, Tech students could enroll in a new joint program with Emory University that lets them earn both a bachelor’s and juris master’s degree in as little as five years.
Georgia Tech's cyberspace experts are working to protect our computers, networks, and data from unauthorized access or destruction, and showing us how to protect ourselves.
'Run for the Kids' Gets Game Ball to Athens
While “clean, old-fashioned hate” is the theme of the Georgia Tech vs. University of Georgia football rivalry, students from both universities will put aside their differences Friday for charity.
Campus, Atlanta Offer Options for Celebrating Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and Georgia Tech will be closed Nov. 27–28 to observe the holiday.
Sexual Violence Resources, Support Continue to Grow
As sexual assault on college campuses continues to be in the national spotlight, Georgia Tech is working to enhance survivor support programs, campus resources, and prevention initiatives.
Fraternity Puts Spotlight on Mental Health
The Kappa Sigma fraternity is hosting "Kappa Sigma Games: Kick the Stigma" in response to losing one of its own members in February of last year.
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