During the first few weeks of every spring semester, it’s not uncommon to see crowds of people lingering around Academic Plaza. Terms like “Brother Jed Bingo” and “Everyone is a sinner” are thrown to the crowds like candy, but this unconventional kind of ministry work has sparked a debate at…
GoodBull BBQ was created by former Aggie Yell Leader Roy May, Class of 2015, in the image of the spirit of Aggieland and A&M’s core values.
Currently in its 47th season of bringing live shows and entertainment to Aggieland, MSC OPAS will host the award-winning Broadway play “The Play That Goes Wrong” in Rudder Auditorium this week.
In celebration of Black History Month, the MSC Carter G. Woodson Black Awareness Committee hosted the BHM Thinkfast Gameshow in the Bethancourt Ballroom.
At the start of the new year many people focus on engaging in wellness activities and attending events that spark personal interest. With the release of a new university-wide program known as Flourish, doing both of these things just became easier for the faculty and staff at Texas A&M.
Valentine’s Day, a holiday traditionally dedicated to romantic love, has been celebrated for centuries. More recently, however, a spin-off of this tradition celebrating platonic love between female friends has gained popularity.
TikTok, a social media app with 500 million active users per month, enables those with an account to watch, duet, share and create short videos between three and 60 seconds.
Four acclaimed a cappella groups from around the world are performing at Rudder Auditorium. The musical groups represent eight different countries in a diverse performance of varying styles.
In celebration of Ludwig Van Beethoven’s 250th birthday, the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra held a concert and performed two pieces from the renowned artist’s discography at Rudder Theatre on Feb. 9.
Step off the bus. Soundcheck. Listen to the crowd scream. Lights up. Play to a sold-out crowd. Step onto the bus. Maybe catch a plane here and there. Arrive in the next city. Repeat. All in a day’s work for the members of world-famous rock band Foreigner.
The Hawaiian shirt has become a defining article in clothing and is now a dedicated centerpiece in the exhibition “Art of the Aloha Shirt: Keoni of Hawaii.”
Skip Northgate on Feb. 7 for First Friday in historic Downtown Bryan, a something-for-everyone event featuring live music, food options from pizza to farm-to-table and locally owned shops of all stripes.
Since the 1990s, there have been student groups advocating for a statue on campus dedicated to Sen. Matthew Gaines. Legislation was passed in 2017 from several student organizations, including Texas A&M’s Student Government Association, in support of a statue dedicated to Gaines.
The people of College Station escaped the chilly weather and found comfort in the epitome of comfort food at the grand opening of I Heart Mac & Cheese.
In order to promote South Asian cultural diversity on campus, the Desi Aggies hosts free weekly Time4Chai events on Fridays at 8 p.m. at the Aggie Baptist Student Ministry where students of all backgrounds can meet to chat, play games and drink chai tea.
There’s a commonality to the craft of bouncing on Northgate: stand tall, say little and keep a balled-set of knuckles tucked away for safekeeping.
As a part of their mission to engage the campus community in discussions about social justice and inequality, the Department of Multicultural Services held “Multiracial (In)Visibility on College Campuses.”
In a chic moment of fast-fashion clothing stores becoming old-fashioned, Uptown Cheapskate attempts to simultaneously meet the needs of the environment, the student budget and the stylish tastes of people in the Bryan-College Station community.
Through a dark alleyway and an eclectic garden, a large starry night mural adorns the Revolution Bar and Cafe in Downtown Bryan where each Tuesday, comedians take the stage for a comedy show.
Glittering pine trees and folks in candy cane-colored sweaters covered Downtown Bryan’s main strip. It was mid-January and 72 degrees outside, but the city still had a blockbuster reason to keep the Christmas spirit going.
College Station’s newest bar and live music venue, Southerns, will open its doors on Thursday to country music lovers all across Aggieland for its grand opening weekend.
In between bouts of Friday night dancing, the organizers behind the 2020 Chilifest Music Festival took over Shiner Park on Jan. 17 to announce this spring’s country-fried lineup.
This month marked the beginning of a new decade. As with the start of every year, people are reminiscing and creating resolutions, but due to this important time marker, they are also looking further back over the past 10 years as a whole and turning toward the next decade with hopeful eyes.
Friday night, the Randy Rogers Band will be rolling into College Station with special guest William Beckmann to play a full band show at Hurricane Harry’s.
While most people string light-up icicles along their rooftops, Jordan Maywald spent the winter break creating a 2.5 acre light display at his family home in Austin and raising money for charity along the way.
National Media highlight Generation Z, the generation after millennial, as the most progressive and diverse generation. National media also mentioned that Gen Z has the ability to choose what is going to happen in the future; that is one of the factors that helped create the student-led peti…
Sleepy-eyed college students of varying ages sat nestled behind their glowing laptops in an early morning lecture class, including sophomore Gracia Luo. As the political science professor at the front of the room flipped back and forth through her PowerPoint slides on immigration policy, one…
They are seen all over College Station, transporting students to and from the Texas A&M campus. Those who haven’t seen them, have heard them. At every turn, an Aggie Spirit Bus grinds and squeals its way around campus and the surrounding city.
Ever since Jane Turchi could remember, every morning her mother would make herself a cup of coffee, complete with tons of creamer and whipped cream on top. Being a curious child, Jane would scoop the whipped cream from the top of her mother’s mug and get a hint of coffee along with it. Thoug…
Classic jazz beats causally blended with jingle bells to create the peppy and nostalgic musical arrangements to fill the air in Rudder Theatre Thursday night.
History professor David Vaught’s name was added to the list of nearly 600 Distinguished Lecturers within the Organization of American Historians on Nov. 21.
The Downtown Bryan Association will host the Wine and Wassail event in Downtown Bryan on Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m., where patrons can walk store-to-store, sipping wine and homemade wassail while browsing the unique offerings of local businesses.
Texas A&M’s new majorette dance team Maroon Prestige made their debut at this year’s Fusion Fiesta. Afterward, the team’s performance was posted on social media, gaining hundreds of likes and shares from supporters.
For the first time since its inception in 2012, the Texas A&M Club Golf Team has qualified for the NCCGA National Championship at the WinStar World Casino and Resort in Thackerville, Oklahoma.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, there will be many holiday celebrations and activities taking place throughout the upcoming week. For anyone spending their Thanksgiving break around Bryan-College Station, here are four events to keep your eyes peeled and stomach empty for.
In recognition of diverse voices and inclusivity on campus, the Texas A&M Department of Multicultural Services (DMS) celebrated its 30th Anniversary on Nov. 23.
Twenty years ago, Christopher’s World Grille opened its doors in Bryan with owner and chef Christopher Lampo in the kitchen, serving cultural cuisine from around the world.
Maroon Steel is a steel pan ensemble club that started at Texas A&M in 2013 with the purpose of getting together to play and spread the drum music associated with the Caribbean islands.