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After the recent request by the University of Texas and University of Oklahoma to join the SEC, the Texas A&M Board of Regents called a meeting to discuss the possible expansion, according to a press release from the Texas A&M University System.

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Beginning August 7, students and staff will no longer use physical parking permits on campus, but rather their license plates will act as a virtual permit.

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Texas A&M class reunions are returning with a unique double reunion this next year after cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The recent end of the 87 Texas Legislature brought forward the passage of Senate Bill 165, or SB 165, pertaining to student q-drops.

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Construction began July 6 on the renovation of Aggie Park, a 20-acre green space in the heart of campus.

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Three all-electric buses have joined the Aggie Spirit Bus fleet this summer— and students began riding on the new buses July 12.

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The new Exhibit titled, “Texas Sea Grant, 50 Years of Science and Stewardship” will  be on display at the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library until July 5, 2022.The exhibit chronicles the work that the Texas Sea Grant program has done over the past five decades as a research institution. 

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An LGBTQIA+ history exhibit at Texas A&M is now open to the public to view historical pieces as well as personal stories.

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Job openings reached a high of 9.3 million the last business day of April, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Yet College Station business owners say they are struggling to hire enough staff to meet demand as customers have returned.

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Texas A&M announced on Thursday that all non-essential employees may leave work Friday, July 2 at noon in observance of Independence Day. Any regularly scheduled employee providing essential services for any university activity should still report to work on Friday.

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On June 19, The Eagle reported that around 80 people gathered at Fletcher Williams Farm in Prairie View to hear a three-hour presentation by Prairie View A&M faculty and the United States Department of Agriculture, or USDA, representatives over the possible benefits of the $4 billion Eme…

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After receiving an accidental reply-all email from College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, or CVMBS, program director Vince Hardy, students took to Twitter to tell of the email which was believed to be harsh to the LGBTQ+ community.

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Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, or CVMBS, has responded after a faculty member sent an email expressing his disapproval of the LGBTQ+ community.

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As the Southeast United States is struck by one of the first storms of the 2021 hurricane season, Texans should be preparing themselves now, instead of  later. It only takes one storm to devastate a community.

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The Don & Ellie Knauss Veteran Resource & Support Center, or VRSC, hosted the namesakes, Don and Ellie Knauss, and other guests of honor for a ribbon cutting ceremony and dedication for the opening of the center’s new location on Monday, June 14.

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On June 4, The Texas Tribune reported that one-third of Texans are now fully vaccinated as the state reports the lowest number of hospitalizations due to COVID-19 in a year. On May 20, The Eagle reported Brazos County was also following this trend as the region reported the fewest active COV…

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In her first week of office, Texas A&M President Kathy Banks has announced a number of adjustments to campus leadership positions, according to a press release from the Office of the President.

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In a May 18 campus-wide email, Texas A&M University officials announced that face coverings are no longer required on campus, including during this week’s commencement ceremonies, effective immediately.

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With the move to online classes and the increase of academic dishonesty across the university, the Texas A&M Honor Office, or AHSO, has worked to improve student and faculty communications.

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This month marks one year since graduation ceremonies had to be held remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Students and organizations alike are glad to once again return to some level of normalcy this year with an in-person, socially distanced graduation that allows the celebration of the u…

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Later this May, The Battalion will move under new editorial supervision after three semesters with its current editor, journalism junior Brady Stone, at the helm.

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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.

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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.

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Texas A&M’s Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications, or ALEC, has partnered with rural schools to implement early college programs.

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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.