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Chemical Spill Prompts Code Maroon Alert at TAMU

(COLLEGE STATION, TX) — Aggies awoke Wednesday morning to a Code Maroon on the Texas A&M Campus.

Around 7:54 a.m., university officials activated their… 46 more words


All of my Best Friends Hated me the first time we met.

Here is a story that is just #SoRelatable.

When you have a girl who is “just one of the guys” and you introduce another girl into the picture.

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Fish Camp Leaders Raise Facial Piercing Requirement

Fish Camp. Every aggie’s first tradition. Whether it’s the luxurious dining of Lakeview Methodist Conference Center, hours of bellowing both real and imaginary yells, or awkwardly grinding with your DG leader and future classmates to Ke$ha’s “Die Young” – every Aggie holds fond memories of their first adventure into collegiate life. 575 more words


You don't have to travel to Hogwarts to see a Quidditch match!

Sure, you’ve heard all about the football talent to be found at Texas A&M. With our admittance into the Southeastern Conference, we attracted the attention of football fans across the nation. 631 more words

Bringing the Stars to Aggieland!

In the Brazos Valley, it seems like there is a natural attraction that regularly draws in interesting (and occasionally infamous) individuals to come hold their events here. 404 more words

Bummed about the end of football season? MSC OPAS is here to help!

As exciting as it has been to witness our boys in maroon take to the field this year, the curtains have closed on the football season in the Brazos Valley for now. 472 more words

Announcement of Texas A&M University's Goldwater Scholarship Winner and Honorable Mention!

By Hayley Cox

Two Texas A&M Students have been recognized for their outstanding academic achievements in physics and environmental geosciences by the Goldwater Scholarship Foundation.  Nick Mondrik, a junior physics major, has been selected as a Goldwater Scholar and Amelie Berger, a sophomore environmental geoscience major, has been named a Goldwater Honorable Mention. 434 more words

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