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Tech Helps Found New MetroLab Network
Georgia Tech, the City of Atlanta, and Georgia State University will work together on ideas to improve American cities.
Students Travel to Philadelphia for Historic Papal Visit
11Alive talks with a few of the 80 students who leave campus today to make the trip for Pope Francis' first visit to the U.S.
Aquatic Center to be Named for Former Coach
The facility will soon be known as the McAuley Aquatic Center, in honor of 1947 electrical engineering graduate and former swimming champion James Herbert “Herb” McAuley.
Flu Shots Offered on Campus Starting Next Week
Vaccinations will be free for students who have paid their student health fee and $25 for faculty and staff.
Former Home Depot, Walmart CEOs Join Scheller College
As executives in residence, Frank Blake and Mike Duke will help the Scheller College of Business with strategic initiatives and partnerships with the local and national business communities.
Tech Receives $30M Gift from Kendeda Fund
The commitment will build what is expected to become the most environmentally advanced education and research building ever constructed in the Southeast.
Renovations Come to Tech Tower
Georgia Tech’s most recognizable landmark will undergo a $7.5 million renovation beginning in a few weeks.
Tech’s Leap Over the Connector is Paying Off
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution explores how Tech Square has changed the landscape of the Institute and the entire Midtown Atlanta neighborhood.
The Spectacular Collision of Georgia Tech and DragonCon
The world's largest sci-fi convention is not unfamiliar to the Tech community. Many attendees this year shared why they go and why they love it.
Career Fair Do's and Don'ts
As students suit up for the Career Fair today and tomorrow, experienced Yellow Jackets share their best advice for making the most of the event.
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