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Internationally renowned anti-racism activist Jane Elliott will deliver the keynote address at the 14th Annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast on Jan. 21, hosted by the MSC Carter G. Woodson Black Awareness Committee.

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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.

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When students returned to Texas A&M for the fall 2020 semester, the university experienced a surge in positive COVID-19 cases. Under the advice of public health experts, A&M administrators are looking to better manage this surge when classes return in the spring.

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Students and physicians associated with Texas A&M are weighing in on the coming winter break.

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After the cancelation of the 2020 Big Event amid the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the spring event at Texas A&M University is scheduled for March 27, 2021.

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A third recreation facility will be built on campus after the Texas A&M Board of Regents approved plans for a $35 million South Campus Recreation Center to allow more places for students to exercise on campus.

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With safety protocols in place, the fall semester pressed on as the first full semester of courses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Some Texas A&M faculty have received backlash for a recent announcement by the A&M Faculty Senate that declined a pass/fail grading option for the fall semester.

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Sexual assault is a prevalent issue on college campuses across the nation according to womenhealth.gov Texas A&M is included with the most recent offense reported on Nov. 11.

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, fall graduation will be held in person with 15 different commencement ceremonies.

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With the switch to digital learning for many students around the world as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers and families are having to adjust to a new form of instruction.

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There’s more to the story of forests and wildland fire than Smokey the Bear’s admonition “only YOU” can prevent wildfires.

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More green in the cityscape and in the city coffers has to start with legislative action.

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Among all global climate threats, one major life source is already in a state of crisis.

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Campus sustainability — including programs that encourage sustainable practices — takes root and grows from Director Kelly Wellman’s office.

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The smells of hot rubber and stagnant ocean water mingle in the soupy air of Lake Charles, Louisiana. Sweaty residents drag ruined belongings out of homes. The background lull of generators interrupted by the staccato of nail guns has been going on for weeks.

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Hurricane Harvey was a watershed event that proved the greater Houston area’s drainage infrastructure and flood operations were not as impervious as city planners thought. It also revealed that thousands of people were living in a man-made floodplain, at risk of repeated flooding from simila…

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Surrounded by a city and trampled by tourists, the rugged mountains of a rare Texas ecosystem have literal scars made by people heedless of the destruction they leave in their path.

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The gulf plains and prairies ecoregion is under attack by the triple threat of drought, stagnant water and pollution.

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Before vast landscapes were settled, flash floods and wildland fires were nature’s way of maintaining ecosystems. Hundreds of years later, parkland restoration is often at odds with modern agriculture.

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Texas is vast.

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Class Councils and the Department of Student Activities at Texas A&M announced that the Elephant Walk tradition has been moved to the spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event is planned for Thursday, April 22 at 6:21 p.m. and will give students in-person and virtual option…

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In a campus-wide email sent Nov. 19, Texas A&M’s Office of the Provost announced the College of Liberal Arts’ fall commencement ceremony originally planned for Saturday, Dec. 19 has been moved to Wednesday, Dec. 9 due to scheduling conflicts.

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On Nov. 18 at 2:42 a.m., people gathered both virtually and in person, to honor the 12 fallen Aggies of the Bonfire Collapse.

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From COVID-19 to California wildfires to a tense presidential election, the multiple hurricanes that have hit the Texas shoreline are only another addition to the challenges of 2020. The hurricanes resulted in raging storms and increased precipitation in surrounding areas and contributed to …

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As the holiday season approaches and COVID-19 continues to spread, students must take precautions to ensure their families’ safety.