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More Than Meets the Eye
The story of how College of Computing alumnus Keving Jing had his startup bought by Pinterest.
Robots, Baby Swings, and BeerTenders: A Judge's Take on Capstone Design Expo
"Capstone is a celebration of what makes Georgia Tech great: smart kids left and right, many of whom want to change the world with their ideas ... a buffet of the strange and wonderful."
North Avenue Review Gives Voice to Student Opinions
The student-run magazine recently celebrated its 25th anniversary with a new issue and new editor at the helm.
Tech Truck Tournament Lets Campus Judge with Tastebuds
Tomorrow's second annual event will ask the Tech community to vote on which food trucks should have a place on campus in the coming year.
Student Alumni Association Gives More Than $36,000 to Counseling Center
The Gift to Tech will be awarded today at a celebration at 11 a.m. at the Kessler Campanile.
Keeping Things Lively during Dead Week
Free donuts, breakfast, and therapy dogs are among the offerings to help students de-stress this week and next.
Earth Day Takes Over Campus
The annual celebration includes live music, free T-shirts, and a clothing swap. It takes place today from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Tech Walk and the Student Center.
Nemhauser Named Class of 1934 Distinguished Professor
The Industrial and Systems Engineering professor will be honored along with colleagues from across campus tomorrow at the Faculty and Staff Honors Luncheon.
Board of Regents Sets 2015-16 Tuition Rates
The Board approved a 9 percent increase for in-state undergraduates at Georgia Tech, and 6 percent for out-of-state. Graduate students will see part of the Special Institutional Fee rolled into tuition.
Task Force Suggests Changes to Academic Calendar
Students could soon have more time to prepare for finals and an extra day off at Thanksgiving, thanks to proposed changes that would be phased in over two years.
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