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Long-Acting Contraceptives Via Microneedle Patch
A new long-acting contraceptive designed to be self-administered by women may provide a new family planning option, particularly in developing nations where access to health care can be limited.
Tech Students Honor MLK's Legacy through Service
Students fanned out across the city yesterday to plant trees, remove invasive plants, and clean up trash.
Astronaut Mae Jemison to Deliver MLK Lecture
Jemison made history in 1992 when she became the first African-American woman to travel in space. She will address the Georgia Tech campus on Tuesday, Jan. 22.
Health Initiatives Offers New Coaching Opportunities
In addition to the new wellness coaching program, students can also get coaching in academics, leadership, and peer counseling.
Be Ready for Today's Career Fair
Bring your BuzzCard and resumes — leave the backpack at home.
A First for Tech
Hosting Monday's inauguration of Governor Brian P. Kemp and the Constitutional Officers of the State of Georgia was a first for Georgia Tech, but the campus has welcomed many momentous visitors in the past. Take a look back.
Georgia Tech Welcomes Early Action Admits
Around 4,000 students got word Saturday that they had been admitted to Georgia Tech. A few were surprised with that news in person on Friday.
Spring Career Fair Takes Place Next Week
The annual event will take place next Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 16–17, at McCamish Pavilion.
Gubernatorial Inauguration Ceremony Planned on Campus
Georgia's newest elected officials will be sworn in on campus Monday, Jan. 14, at McCamish Pavilion. Expect increased traffic on campus.
December in Photos
Final showcases, late-night fun, and graduation celebrations.
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