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Gov. Greg Abbott announced that beginning Oct. 14, bars can begin to operate at 50 percent capacity if their county governments allow, and Brazos County Judge Duane Peters approved the announcement soon after.

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Texas A&M now has three free walk-up COVID-19 testing kiosks available for anyone in the state to utilize.

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When Dr. Eleanor Green moved on from her position as dean of Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, a search for her replacement quickly began.

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On Oct. 7, Kingsville Police found the body of Texas A&M-Kingsville professor Hultzen J. Wu, Ph.D. Wu had been missing for six days when his body was found at Boca Chica Beach, according to KiiiNews. Wu was 75 years old and worked as a professor in A&M-Kingsville’s math department wi…

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The Texas A&M Traditions Council has announced that Silver Taps will now take place in-person after serious consideration following criticism by the public.

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The California wildfires, raging for the past few weeks while causing immense amounts of personal damage, have a somewhat overlooked side effect: injury to animals, both domestic pets and livestock, that get displaced or caught in the damage of the fire.

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As the 2020 general election nears, mail-in voting and early voting allows people to get a head start.

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Texas A&M university released an updated spring schedule in preparation for another semester affected by COVID-19.

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Sexual assault is a problem on many college campuses, and while preventative measures are taken, it remains a major issue.

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As the 2020 Presidential Election quickly approaches, national voter turnout is projected to be the highest of this century.

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The first presidential debate of 2020 was highly anticipated coming out of an unprecedented six months. The first debate of three, Former Vice President and Democratic candidate Joe Biden faced Republican candidate President Donald Trump.

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Following recent crimes at and around Texas A&M, it is important for students and faculty to be aware of the safety resources on campus.

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Texas A&M has been awarded the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award, or HEED Award, for the second year in a row. The HEED award recognizes universities that have demonstrated an institutional commitment in creating a diverse and inclusive campus. In 2010, the university unveil…

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For National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday, Sept. 22, Texas A&M Athletics Student-Athlete Services is holding a school-wide voter registration event at Davis Diamond from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., complete with celebratory giveaways for those in attendance.

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With the shift to online learning comes new rules and regulations for academic honesty. Weeks after the first day of the fall semester, A&M announced Honorlock would be used to proctor online assessments. Many students have expressed concern that the service violates their privacy and co…

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Texas officials said they have adapted during the pandemic with options designed to make voters feel safe during in-person voting. The following rundown explains all Texas voting options.

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Texas has strict requirements on mail-in ballot eligibility, but many Texas A&M students meet absentee voting guidelines.

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The A&M campus and Bryan College Station are both a part of Brazos County, so all students who are Texas residents can register to vote here — whether they live on or off campus — before the Oct. 5 deadline.

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In the ongoing struggle against voter suppression, students are doing their part to fight back by registering people to vote and encouraging students to go through training to create the next wave of poll workers.

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After Reconstruction, the “white primary” in Texas was status quo until 1923, when Article 3107 of the Statutes of Texas codified it as law. The “white primary” would prevent Black Democrats from having a voice in representation.

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A unified belief in the importance of civic engagement in higher education connects students to leadership all the way to the top of the Texas A&M University System. Ideas diverge over how best to encourage active participation and who shoulders responsibility for creating an educated ci…

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Due to the addition of two Green Party candidates to the Brazos County general election ballot, there may be delays in when voters will receive their updated mail-in ballots.

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations have had to create new ways to host events safely. Women in Film (WIF) has opened the semester with an online video-making platform called Flix Tok where anyone can submit TikTok-like videos into a contest.