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Thursday morning, 2020-2021 Corps Commander Tanner Cedrone announced the Corps of Cadets’ endorsement for Josh Feldman to be A&M’s next student body president in an email to the Feldman campaign and The Battalion.

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The Texas Department of State Health Services notified the Brazos County Health District on Feb. 24 that four cases of the United Kingdom’s COVID-19 strain have been uncovered in Brazos County. The affected individuals are experiencing mild symptoms and have not been hospitalized.

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The next election for Texas governor isn’t until 2022, but a list of potential candidates is starting to form. One name on the list is certain, as current Gov. Greg Abbott is seeking re-election and a third term, according to a 2019 interview with the Austin-American Statesman.

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With student government elections opening Thursday, Feb. 25, the Student Government Association’s Election Commission held an online panel discussion for this year’s Yell Leader candidates.

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All Friday classes are canceled for Texas A&M System students due to the continued inclement weather, according to a message from the university.

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Below is an unofficial list of warming areas, restaurants and stores that are open in Bryan-College Station. Email editor@thebatt.com for any additions or amendments to this list.

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To assist the community amid rolling power outages and record-breaking cold temperatures, a warming center opened this afternoon in Reed Arena, according to an email to The Battalion.

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After all in-person and virtual classes were canceled today due to power outages throughout Brazos County, Texas A&M has decided to continue the cancelation through Tuesday, according to a university announcement.

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In President Joe Biden’s first day of office, he upheld his campaign promise of rejoining the Paris Agreement, an international treaty within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change committed to reducing global temperatures to fight climate change.

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Editor's note: The Battalion does not publish the names or identifying information of rape and sexual assault victims. The names of victims and assailants in this article have been altered or removed to protect the subjects' identities.

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Researchers with the Texas A&M College of Education and Human Development have received an $8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.

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After the recent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C., Twitter permanently suspended former President Donald Trump's account as well as thousands of others, citing a violation of its terms and conditions through tweets inciting violence or related to hate speech.

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The Student Senate held their first meeting of the spring semester on Wednesday, Jan. 20, covering an outreach poll for the Matthew Gaines society and a resolution congratulating the Texas A&M football team for their victory in the Orange Bowl and their successful season.

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The route 36 bus, previously known as “Cotton Bowl,” has officially been changed to honor the late Matthew Gaines — a Texas senator who promoted the creation of Texas A&M.

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With the start of the 87th Texas Legislative Session on Jan. 12, the COVID-19 pandemic has played a large role in the session’s outlook.