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Ants Are Great Architects
When presented with a tall obstacle, fire ants construct towers that look a lot like a famous one in Paris.
Energy-Recycling Stairs Use Your Energy To Help You
Researchers at Georgia Tech and Emory have developed a staircase that uses your own energy combined with springs to make going up and down stairs easier on your body.
What I Learned From Feeling Mediocre
Georgia Tech Undergraduate
Freshman year of college is supposedly comprised of endless trips to the dining halls, red Solo cups, and learning why 8
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The Ethical Case For Killer Robots
It seems counterintuitive, but these weapons could save innocent people.
Georgia Tech Student's LED Matrix Graduation Cap Was The Best Part of Commencement
College life, without the class. COED is the source for everyt...
This Georgia Tech student completely owned his commencement ceremony when he showed up in his blinged-out cap and gown. And we're not talking about that cliche "thanks Mom and Dad!" sorority crafting BS -- we're talking a high tech scrolling message with LED lights.
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Your Cat's Grooming Habits Could Solve A Huge Problem In Technology
A new study classifies the many unique ways mammals and insects keep clean.
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Georgia Tech Beats Florida State On 78-Yard Return On Final Play
By Paul Newberry, AP
ATLANTA (AP) — Call this one Kick Six, The Sequel. It may have ended Florida State's national championship hopes. Lance Austin
Georgia Tech Frat Punished After Members Allegedly Used Racial Slurs
By David Beasley, Reuters
The alumni insist the racial slur allegation is false.
Georgia Tech Investigating Fraternity For Alleged Racial Slurs
By David Beasley, Reuters
ATLANTA, Aug 28 (Reuters) - The Georgia Institute of Technology is investigating allegations that white members of a campus
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Georgia Democrat Wins State House Seat On Platform Against Gay Discrimination
Dayana Morales Gomez
A heavily gerrymandered and conservative-leaning district elected a Democrat who campaigned against a "religious freedom restoration" bill.
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Georgia Tech's A Cappella Rendition Of 'Shake It Off' Will Inspire Your Inner Nerd
A group of a cappella performers from the school recently put on an impressive (and lyrically different) version of Taylor
'Unintelligent Blacks': Why Apple's Tim Cook and Charles Barkley Should Talk Inclusion
Television producer, author and journalist www.galexmedia.com
Just last week it was reported that Barkley chose to unleash to the airwaves on a Philadelphia radio station a declaration about what he deems as "successful" blacks' biggest problem -- "unintelligent" black people. Check it out.
'Rapebait' Frat Encouraged Sexual Violence, Lawsuits Claim
In addition to the Phi Kappa Tau organization, the suit names fraternity chapter adviser Robert Tobey and the Alpha Rho house
Georgia Tech Computer Science Wins the World Championship!
Windward Studios - CEO/Founder
Georgia Tech team Yellow Jackets beat an incredibly competitive field to win the Windward Studios Code War with an impressive 102.49 points.
The 14 Best National Universities According To Washington Monthly
A major difference between the Washington Monthly's ranking and other well-known lists is the magazine does not give credit
Georgia Tech Fake Punt Fail Featured Punter Sean Poole Tackling Himself (VIDEO)
Fortune is supposed to favor the bold. But Fortune, apparently, does not favor bold Georgia Tech punters. Georgia Tech punter
Snagging A Job At Walmart Is VERY Competitive
More than 23,000 people are vying for only 600 job openings at the retail giant's two new stores in Washington, D.C., according to a Walmart spokesperson. In other words, only 2.61 percent of hopefuls will land a gig.
It's Easier To Get Into Harvard Than To Get A Job At These Walmarts
More than 23,000 people are vying for only 600 job openings at the retail giant's two new stores in Washington, D.C., according
Educators Wary of Tech Fixes for College Affordability Crisis
In These Times and CultureStrike
Meanwhile, to education activists like members of the Campaign, who demand greater overall investment in public institutions
College and Rape Culture: The 'Unbelievable' and the 'Commonplace'
Board Chair, Men Stopping Violence
When men treat women as objects of sexual conquest, and see that conquest as essential to proving manhood, rape culture gets worse. Here, women are reduced to prey in the hunt for male sexual gratification.
Dillon Cheverere On The Georgia Tech Frat Email
Dillon Cheverere joins HuffPost Live to talk about the Georgia Tech frat email which went viral.
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