Bright and early Sunday morning, community members and Aggies from all across Texas piled into Kyle Field to earn their racing stripes and throw back some cold ones.
For most of the week, the old wooden dance floor of Hurricane Harry’s sits empty. But as the weekend approaches, the bar and dancehall will be filled with country music lovers from all across Aggieland.
As a part of their first U.S. tour, Italian opera group The Four Italian Tenors will bring listeners on a vocal journey through Italy on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Rudder Auditorium.
In its latest showcase, experimental orchestral group Montopolis visited the Queen theatre on Oct. 13 to perform songs enlivened with the spirit of one of Texas’ most popular parks.
For many students, going to parties is not a fun prospect, getting dragged along by their friends to listen to music they don’t like at high volumes. However, there is another way to go clubbing where everyone has control over their own music selection and volume — the silent disco. And ther…
In Hawaii, “Ala a’e” means to rise. One year ago this fall, Jon Price lost the ability to move any segment of his body from the neck down. Today, he is standing tall.
Cliff Hogg, Class of 1987, competed for a $500,000 prize on the 21st season of reality competition show Big Brother and ended up in the final four after the season ended on Sept. 25.
Taking off hats and not walking on the grass are just two of the traditions Aggies uphold to make the Memorial Student Center a living tribute to the Aggies that lost their lives in war. Recently, Aggies on Twitter have debated whether walking around without shoes on in the building challeng…
As part of LGBT History Month, Texas A&M’s GLBT Resource Center is hosting a showing of “5B,” a documentary about the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s and the medical staff in the first AIDS ward in the United States.
The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History is bringing Texas history back to life for a day with its 13th annual Boonville Days event.
In light of the new vaping ban to roll out on Texas A&M campuses, the discussion about e-cigarettes has been brought up once again, especially among current vapers.
Spooky hay mazes, a packed pumpkin patch and a lake full of lanterns await guests of Aggieland Safari this October. With the help of the hundreds of different species that call the zoo and adventure park home, fall just got a little bit wilder.
Wide-eyed children sat on the edge of their seats as they observed illusionist Kevin Spencer make everything from toilet paper, rubber balls and pizza disappear into thin air.
On the count of three, the doggy-gates will lift and a stampede of pups will race across the field at Wolf Pen Creek for the 2019 Wiener Dog & Wanna Be Races this weekend.
To inform patrons about their “Texas in the Abstract” art exhibit, Stark Galleries hosted a gallery talk and reception on Wednesday evening.
For many, being placed into an uncomfortable situation and not knowing how to properly address it can be extremely difficult to process. However, Texas A&M’s chapter of the Delta Gamma sorority hopes to offer a solution to this issue: Lectureship.
In a discussion on diversity in literature, science-fiction author Rebecca Roanhorse shared her perspective on the importance of unheard voices in, “Diverse Voices in Speculative Short Fiction.”
Following their impressive 62-3 win over Lamar, Texas A&M looks to keep the Aggie Spirit alive for the highly anticipated upcoming football game against Auburn this Saturday by hosting the first ever Hooey Yell Fest.
The start of the Fall 2019 semester marked the 30th anniversary of the opening of the Forsyth Galleries, located in Texas A&M’s Memorial Student Center.
Acrobats, contortionists and musicians in elaborate costumes will transform Rudder Auditorium into a lively jungle for two evenings this week.
As part of their commitment to serve the students at Texas A&M, the University Police Community Service Division is hosting free four-hour women’s self-defense courses throughout the year.
Glasswork, collages made from food packaging, mixed media paintings and photographs line the walls of the J. Wayne Stark Galleries, encouraging visitors to become more aware of the impact their choices have on their bodies and others around them.“Parallel Fields” is on display in MSC 1110 un…
Every time Trey Gonzalez tried to tell others about his appreciation for Aggieland, the words just came out wrong. So the up-and-coming musician turned those words into song lyrics.
Hundreds of thousands of followers and millions of views have proven the power of social media and changed the life of one former student.
Anyone not going out of town for the Clemson game this weekend can take a 10-minute road trip to Downtown Bryan to explore the free live music and hyper-local food and shopping that First Friday always has on tap.
In its latest in-house exhibit, the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History (BVMNH) honors the life and work of Texas A&M’s first dean of veterinary science with “Fossil Fever: The Legacy of Mark Francis.”
For now, the Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater sits empty, its white stone shape dominating the grassy landscape. However, on Friday, this space will be packed with people eagerly awaiting the guitar strum that signals the beginning of the concert.
Can a student’s education be measured strictly by the success they have within the parameters of a lecture hall? To quote Indiana Jones, “You want to be a good archaeologist? You’ve got to get out of the library.”
The 47th season of MSC OPAS, titled “Tapestry,” will begin in September. The selection of musicals, plays and other shows promises a great variety for students and families alike.
Thousands of high-school and college-age students dedicated 85 days of their summer to perfecting and performing 12-minute competitive marching shows for audiences across the country.
After serving as a Fightin’ Texas Aggie Yell Leader for two years, Connor Joseph, Class of 2019, decided he would serve the College Station community in a new way – by co-founding his own business to help college students.
With the widespread use of social media, many people advertise their businesses on social platforms in hopes of reaching a bigger audience. For Texas A&M sophomore, Diana Reyna, one social media post led to a small business that now helps her pay tuition.
The pathway into veterinary school is fraught with difficulties, but one student used only her experience to gain acceptance into the school without having completed her undergraduate degree.
The Aggie fire truck was CSFD Chief Jonathan McMahan’s creation and was built to represent the relationship between College Station and Texas A&M. The truck is a Pierce firetruck with a 107 foot ascending ladder — the largest in the city — and was a product of the collaboration of McMaha…
For many students, staying up into the early hours of the morning to study isn’t uncommon, and a new local business wants to make that experience a little less unpleasant.
Students have used the walls of the tunnels between West Campus and the MSC to express themselves artistically and to advertise for organizations for many years. Recently, signs have been placed along the tunnels to prohibit this graffiti.
If you're looking for a place to celebrate the fourth of July, the Bryan-College Station are has plenty of festivities to help you find the American spirit. Here are a few activities going on around town on Wednesday and Thursday.
On June 5, Chief J. Michael Ragan of Texas A&M University Police Department swore in five new officers, who all recently completed the Central Texas Police Academy’s 164th Basic Peace Officer Course.
Under the EpiAssist program, three A&M students traveled to Rockport in May to help the local community that is still struggling after Hurricane Harvey made landfall on Aug. 25, 2017.
With Juneteenth quickly approaching on June 19, the Bryan-College Station area is hosting The Juneteenth Parade and Blues Festival to honor the holiday that commemorates the 1865 abolition of slavery in Texas.
Aggie rings often travel around the world through the careers and adventures of Aggies everywhere. Former NASA flight director, Gerry Griffin’s Aggie ring took an unexpected route when it traveled to the moon and back on Apollo 12, reaching the farthest distance from Aggieland ever recorded …
What is “real” music? For Texas based artist David Grace that question can’t be answered by a simple explanation, but with a melody of country-fried, R&B infused experiences.