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Bee-search At GA Tech | Operation: Flood The Swamp | Vanguard Of The Revolution

In order to further integrate bees into a city environment, the Urban Bee Project at Georgia Tech hopes to create new homes for these vital insects while educating students on ecological...

February 16, 2016

MARTA Army Works To Improve Atlanta Transit

Imagine a public transit system having its own army. Atlanta’s MARTA does. The two-month old MARTA Army is a group of volunteers working to make mass transit more personal. Founded in September by...

November 18, 2015

How Football Got Its Name

American Football technically started out as a glorified version of soccer and rugby combined. The first official football game was in 1869 between Rutgers and Princeton. But it was still...

November 4, 2015

Food Stamps Lawsuit | Suburban Drug Dealers | Chicken Chat | Ruins Of War

Think you can picture the typical drug dealer in the U.S.? Think again. Georgia State University’s Scott Jacques has profiled 30 young suburban drug dealers for a new book called “Code of the Suburb...

June 1, 2015

The Rewards and Risks of Being a Cybersecurity Hub | Needle Pricks Without the Pain | Sue Monk Kidd

President Obama recently declared a “national emergency” on cyber threats made against the U.S. But did you know that battle is centered in Georgia? The cyber security industry is thriving here....

May 4, 2015

Georgia Tech’s New Scholarships for Top Atlanta Students Explained

Georgia Tech just announced that it is offering four year in state scholarships and automatic acceptance to top Atlanta Public school students. It’s an exciting program that will give more students...

August 8, 2014