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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.
Are You 'Fit' to Lead?
The man behind Georgia Tech's Total Person Program and triple option football shares his thoughts on "leadership fitness."
Tech Lands Department of Commerce Research Grant
The funding will let Georgia Tech examine the feasibility of expanding Technology Enterprise Park on Atlanta’s west side.
Golf Team Tees Off in NCAA Championship Today
Georgia Tech's 12th-ranked golf team, playing in its 28th NCAA Championship, is paired with Oklahoma and Stanford for the first two rounds of play in the finals.
2 Tech Women Among 23 Most Powerful Women Engineers
Ayanna Howard, professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and a Tech alumna are listed in Business Insider for having "fabulous, powerful jobs."
Tech’s Campus Gets ‘Smart’
A joint initiative with researchers and Facilities Management is optimizing Tech's energy utility systems.
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