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.
Texas A&M’s Forsyth Galleries celebrated their 30th Anniversary on Nov. 15 with an interactive opera performance curated by Austin based musician Nathan Felix.
With stories of love and loss told through the medium of movement,the theme of “Rise,” the Texas A&M Dance Arts Society (DAS) took to the Rudder Auditorium stage Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m. to perform their student-choreographed fall show.
In an effort to raise on-campus awareness of modern day slavery, The International Justice Mission hosted “A Pop-Up Shop to End Slavery” on Nov. 14 and 15 from 1 to 4 p.m.
Across the MSC Bethancourt Ballroom, a group of students clothed in bright orange and blue áo dàis pose for a picture, and as the throng of people continues to mill about, the first trills of a mariachi band fill the room with rich, vibrant sound.
Student Health Services employees are celebrating A.P. Beutel’s life, as well as the Texas A&M health center’s history and future, in preparation of the namesake’s 127th birthday.
The classic circus routine will be reimagined with a modern twist, as Cirque Mechanics takes over Rudder Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Tuesday to perform 42ft - A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels.
At 98 years old, William “Bill” Jones, Class of 1942, still reflects on his time at Texas A&M in the Corps of Cadets and the role he possessed while serving in three wars after graduation.
Along the walls hang everyday clothes, including T-shirts, jeans, shorts, and even a child’s dress, its flowery pattern standing out against the white interior of the gallery. While the articles of clothing look innocent, there is a painful story behind each outfit: the story of someone who …
In order to bring healthcare services to third-world countries and communities in need, the student organization BUILD has worked for the past eight weeks to turn metal shipping containers into mobile medical clinics. Until Nov. 22, groups of student volunteers will work from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m…
The Texas A&M Panhellenic Council will host Trick or Treat on Greek Street this Halloween from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Athens Drive in College Station.
With every note, the auditorium fills with energy. The men onstage increase the beat, passionately channeling raw emotion through the instruments at their fingertips. As the lights begin to glow brighter, the woman at the microphone and the rest of the cast pour their hearts into the final r…
Texas A&M is the opening stop on the first national tour of the Broadway production "Bandstand" in Rudder Auditorium Tuesday and Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.
The greeting card company Tellinga was created with a goal to help people stay connected on a tangible, personal level. Tellinga allows people to send individualized story cards through snail mail with their loved ones as the characters.
On United Nations Day, members of Texas A&M Model UN (TAMUN) reflect on the program’s short but successful history and how the program has shaped their interests within the topic of international diplomacy.
To promote the sustainability program on campus, Dinner with a Prof partnered with Residence Life Sustainability to host the 6th Annual Fall Sustainability Dinner and Awards on Wednesday at 6 p.m. in Commons 109.
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.