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Turn it off and back on again. You have undoubtedly heard these words of advice for fixing anything technological countless times. Sometimes it works, but... [Read More]
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ommunity, connecting people and revitalizing urban space. The Technique talked to Kyle Morais, a member of Argha Noah, about how temporary art projects and inst... [Read More]
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If debuting a new quarterback comes with growing pains, then the Jackets are certainly not alone. Two of their rivals, the Clemson Tigers and the... [Read More]
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Coming from the United Kingdom, sports at the collegiate level has always been alien to me. In the UK, the only comparable event between colleges... [Read More]
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For the first time in three years, a new season of Tech football ushers in a new quarterback: TaQuon Marshall. While Marshall has only started... [Read More]
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Some people just look like athletes. Mario West is one of them. His 6'5" frame is more towering in person than any photograph could depict,... [Read More]
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Many people reject independent and alternative films these days for being too "pretentious." Sometimes, they are not wrong. Much of what the "pretentiousn... [Read More]
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Last Saturday, Sept. 16, the Robert Ferst Center for the Arts hosted Arts@Tech's first performance of the semester, an improvisational sketch comedy group. B... [Read More]
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Cirque du Soleil's new production "Luzia" whisks the audience away to Mexico and features a diverse collection of acts. Filled with music, dance and humor... [Read More]
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From Twitter to textbooks, text is omnipresent in students' lives, but rarely do most people acknowledge or question its influence. The new exhibit at the... [Read More]
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Campus has seen many new visitors from external media outlets this week all attempting to cover the events surrounding the death of Scout Schultz. The... [Read More]
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A consortium of universities, led by Tech, has been awarded nearly $20 million by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to assist in the development of... [Read More]
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The entrepreneurial programs at Tech provide students with an opportunity to test out their big ideas and have continued to grow every year since their... [Read More]
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Shortly before midnight this past Saturday, Tech student Scout Schultz, fourth-year CompE, was fatally shot by GTPD during a confrontation. Information recei... [Read More]
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I met Scout Schultz two weeks ago. DM Smith 011 was packed with pizza boxes and passionate students on a Tuesday evening (standing room only... [Read More]
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Miguel de Cervantes's classic novel "Don Quixote" is considered by many scholars to be one of the greatest works of literature of all time, and... [Read More]
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I love live music. I frequent the Tabernacle, Masquerade, Center Stage and Buckhead Theatre. I was pretty excited when Music Midtown released their lineup for... [Read More]
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Coming together to support the most vulnerable among students. [Read More]
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In a paper released earlier this year at the 2nd International Workshop on Social Sensing, Tech researchers from the Embedded Pervasive Lab proposed how to... [Read More]
It's hard enough having to deal with the day-to-day struggles of my mental illness. It's even harder to hear someone say that I shouldn't be... [Read More]
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