Less than a month after Brazos County mourned victims of gun violence due to a recent mass shooting, both chambers of the Texas Legislature have preliminarily passed a bill that would allow permitless carry of handguns in Texas.
New COVID-19 protocols for Texas A&M employees are being implemented, according to a May 5 announcement by the Division of Human Resources and Organizational Effectiveness due to wide vaccine availability.
Two new variants of COVID-19, named BV-2 and BV-3, have been identified from the same on-campus testing program in which the BV-1 variant was first discovered.
After being elected on Feb. 26, Natalie Parks will serve as Texas A&M’s student body president for the 74th session of the Student Government Association, or SGA, and is the sixth woman to fill the role.
The COVID-19 pandemic pushed the need for telemedicine way ahead of schedule, and Texas A&M architecture students are at its cutting-edge.
Texas A&M’s Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications, or ALEC, has partnered with rural schools to implement early college programs.
Katherine Banks, Ph.D., will step into her role as the 26th President of Texas A&M beginning June 1. Banks will be the second woman to serve as president of the university. Soon-to-be university President Banks spoke with The Battalion news reporter Aubrey Vogel; read their Q&A below.
Muster 2021 will offer a hybrid viewing option where attendees are able to view a live stream of the campus ceremony inside Kyle Field on Wednesday, April 21, at 7 p.m. The Campus Muster Ceremony, held inside Reed Arena, is reserved for families of the honorees and the Class of 1971.
At 4 p.m. on Monday, April 19, the City of College Station held a special meeting to vote on enacting a Restricted Occupancy Overlay, or ROO, within specific communities of the city.
Researchers at Texas A&M with the Global Health Research Complex, or GHRC, have discovered a new variant of COVID-19, named BV-1, originating in Brazos Valley.
On March 29, COVID-19 vaccines were opened to all adults in Texas, as stated on the Texas Department of State Health Services website, making it easier for Texas A&M students to receive the vaccine.
After a shooting at Kent Moore Cabinets on Stone City Drive in Bryan, one employee was killed and five others were injured, with two currently in critical condition.
There is an active police presence on scene of the corporate offices of Kent Moore Cabinets after reports of a shooting off of Stone City Drive and FM 2818 in Bryan.
The Student Senate held a meeting this Wednesday, March 31 to discuss several resolutions, including ones discussing a recent rise in Asian discrimination, the Restricted Occupancy Overlay, or ROO, proposed by the College Station City Council and the defense of academic freedom.
Vice Chancellor of Engineering and Dean of the Texas A&M College of Engineering M. Katherine Banks, Ph.D., will serve as the university’s 26th president beginning June 1.
A study led by researchers at Texas A&M has detected the B.1.1.7 COVID-19 variant from the United Kingdom for the first time in Brazos County in a dog and a cat.
Beginning Monday, March 29, all adults age 18 and older in Texas will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, state health officials announced on March 23. However, many are still questioning the effectiveness, safety and forthcoming distribution methods of the vaccine.
After being voted to return as senior Yell Leader, agribusiness junior Memo Salinas was selected for the position of Head Yell Leader for 2021-2022 on March 24.
According to state health officials, all adults age 18 and up in Texas will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, effective March 29.
The College Station City Council continues to consider adopting the Restricted Occupancy Overlay, or ROO, for neighborhoods in the area after holding several meetings and surveying members of the community.
With vaccines becoming more widely distributed across Texas and Brazos County, classes will be back in person in the fall of 2021, according to an email announcement from Interim Provost and Executive Vice President Mark Weichold.
Today, the historic locomotive Union Pacific 4141 comes to rest beside its namesake, 41st President George H. W. Bush at the George H. W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
Following a series of shootings in Atlanta on March 16 involving the deaths of six Asian Americans and two white individuals, Texas A&M interim President John Junkins shared a message from interim Vice President and associate Provost for Diversity Annie McGowan promoting unity and anti-d…
Buying a home can be a difficult process, especially if one isn’t well acquainted with financial and home-ownership knowledge.To make this process easier for the essential Aggies working on campus as support staff, the REACH Project, a charitable organization that helps Texas A&M’s essen…
Beginning next Tuesday, students falling under any one of three subset groups will be required to participate in Texas A&M's new mandatory COVID-19 testing program.
Texas A&M graduates will be honored at five make-up commencement ceremonies on March 11, 12 and 13, according to a message from the Office of the President.
Before the historic weather storm the week of Feb. 14, Student Bonfire helped provide the Bryan-College Station community with firewood in preparation for the cold weather.
On March 11, 2020, COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization. Now, a year later, experts have learned much more about the novel coronavirus and the effect it has had on the world.
The historic winter storm that swept across the state in mid-February left millions of Texans struggling, including students at Texas A&M and the University of Texas.
In a move that set aside ideological differences, four Texas A&M organizations met Saturday to discuss human rights violations, diplomacy and more.
Texas A&M has responded to Gov. Greg Abbott’s recent executive order that will lift the mask mandate and allow businesses to open to full capacity, effective March 10.
The Student Senate held a meeting on Wednesday, March 3 where they discussed the recent sexual assault occurrences and working with Fish Camp to prevent these instances.
As Texas reaches the one-year mark of its first confirmed case of COVID-19, Gov. Greg Abbott announced Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. during an address in Lubbock that the statewide mask mandate will be lifted and businesses can resume operations at 100 percent capacity beginning Wednesday, March 10.
A new change is coming to the Aggie Spirit bus system as Texas A&M’s Department of Transportation Services has purchased three electric and 35 diesel buses to be added to its fleet this coming summer.