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And all eyes turn toward Omaha

UPDATE: Congratulations to TCU and Texas Tech on making it to the last eight this year. Three of Big 12’s 10 schools represented in Omaha in 2016. 314 more words

New Arrivals: Tyler Naquin, of, Cleveland Indians

Tyler Naquin was the 15th overall pick of the Indians back in 2012. At the time he was considered the best pure hitter in the draft, and rated a plus defender due to his strong arm and speed. 266 more words

Why I chose Texas A&M University

No pressure or anything but choosing a college can be one of the most stressful and life altering decisions you will have to make. Luckily for me the choice was simple, if I got in I was going! 1,038 more words

College

An Aggie, Aussies, and Sampling...

Howdy!

We’ve been busy at the yard the past week. All of this rain we’ve been having has made for some muddy conditions! Everyone is working as hard as they can to clean out pens before we receive new cattle this upcoming week. 608 more words

Nutrition (cattle And Human)

Bands from Nowhere in Texas: The Ex-Optimists

The term dad-rock is used as a thinly veiled insult to music two to three generations before the current one; it is used to deride ACDC and Boston worshippers who criticize without context most music that came afterward. 376 more words

The Eckleburg Project

Lifelong Learner and Servant Leader: Meet Grace Norman

“I want to be passionate about what I’m doing every day, every moment of the day, whether that’s work or time with family and friends.” 627 more words

No Kid Hungry

"Slam Dunk" Discovery Changes "First Americans" Identity

By Paul K. DiCostanzo Managing Editor

Tallahassee, FL– The completion of a major four year excavation on the Aucilla River has uncovered the oldest evidence of human habitation in the southeastern United States, and North America overall. 552 more words

Science