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In light of Texas A&M Dining’s newly announced dining locations in the works for the MSC, Polo Garage on northside and West Campus, some southside students were left wondering, “What about us?”

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The Battalion announced Wednesday night that economics junior Eric Mendoza received the endorsement from the Corps of Cadets for student body president. According to recently appointed Corps Commander Tanner Cedrone, Mendoza would provide excellent representation for Texas A&M.

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From wild wigs to flashy bodysuits and over-the-top performances, DRAGgieland 2020 took over Rudder Theatre on Feb. 19. The show featured former RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars contestant Monique Heart, who hosted the performance in front of a sold-out crowd.

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For the 2020 student elections, there are seven students running to be the student body president for the 2020-2021 school year. Find out a little more about these candidates and some of their favorites at Texas A&M.

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The Battalion sat down with the five junior Yell Leader candidates and the five senior Yell Leader candidates to discuss why they are running for the position.

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On Sunday, Feb. 9, a petition was started on change.org to stop DRAGgieland, a Feb. 19 event showcasing drag queens, kings and other similar types of performers. Since its introduction, the petition has received over 1,500 signatures.

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On Monday, Feb. 10 the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs at the Bush School of Government and Public Service hosted author of Black Wave: Saudi Arabia, Iran, and the Forty-Year Rivalry that Unraveled Culture, Religion and Collective Memory in the Middle East, Kim Ghattas.

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Donald J. Trump became the third sitting president in United States history to be acquitted of impeachment charges on Jan. 5. The Republican-controlled Senate voted 52-48 in favor of acquitting the president on Impeachment Article I: Abuse of Power and 53-47 on Impeachment Article II: Obstru…

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With the average caller being between ages 20 and 40, 2-1-1 Texas is an important service that students could utilize for resources.

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After a busy week of politics with the impeachment trial and Iowa Caucus, ABC, WMUR-TV and Apple News hosted the eighth Democratic debate of the 2020 presidential election on Friday, Feb. 7.

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Conor Burns, the United Kingdom’s Minister of State for International Trade, spoke at an event on Thursday, Jan. 30 hosted by the Mosbacher Institute and the Bush School where he discussed the future of the relationship between the U.K. and the United States post-Brexit.

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As a part of Sexual Responsibility Week, Health Promotions partnered with the Women’s Resource Center and the LGTBQ+ Pride Center to host “Everything IS About You,” a day of self love.

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Texas A&M received national recognition for its growing efforts to improve diversity and inclusion on campus.

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Texas A&M is a university built on a foundation of military history and involvement. In his new book “Over There in the Air: The Fightin’ Texas Aggies in World War I 1917-1918,” John A. Adams uncovers pieces of the school’s history that had been forgotten for decades or had never been re…

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Sarah Momin, a supply chain management senior, was dissatisfied with her cookie options in Aggieland, so she decided to take matters into her own hands and make them herself.

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Over this past winter break, several Aggies marched from Arizona to Montana to raise money for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation for the third year in a row.

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The Texas A&M Career Center is working alongside the College of Liberal Arts and the Business Student Council to host their career fairs this week.