The current processing of natural gas leaves behind a significant carbon footprint by emitting large quantities of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. However, the Texas A&M University-Qatar campus is offering a new processing technique they say would reduce these emissions when processi…
Mays, a German wire-haired pointer, has joined two other police dogs as the newest member of the K-9 unit to combat threats that may arise at Texas A&M. The university police department has put the high energy and loyalty that this breed is known for into a vital job: keeping the campus safe.
Animal science senior Nicholas Free has developed an educational video game called Cowsim to help animal science students with no previous experience learn about handling cattle safely.
As students prepare to make their mark professionally, they will consider their dream vacations, work culture, relationships and other factors to create an action plan in the Create Your Dream Life workshop.
Oak wilt disease is an infectious fungal disease that has plagued the Texas Oak population for nearly a century. The disease is confirmed in Brazos County, and the Texas A&M Forest Service has identified infected trees on the Texas A&M University campus since the 1990s.
Texas A&M is offering employees and their families a chance to prepare for flu season with five vaccination events this month.
The Department of Communication’s Alumni Advisory Board is hosting Career Workshops on Oct. 24 in the Memorial Student Center, Room 2300.
Bluutour, a campus tour app that has recently launched at Texas A&M, is hoping to change the way prospective students experience campus on their initial visit.
With a vision to make events easier to create and organize, two Texas A&M students developed an app that is already helping organizations on campus.
Although the Student Senate debated several pieces of legislation on Wednesday, most of the legislation debated was sent to Student Government Association committees to be reviewed. They did, however, pass three resolutions.
Delta Zeta will hold its second annual Hoops for Hearing event to benefit the Starkey Hearing Foundation, The Delta Zeta Foundation and The Center for Hearing and Speech. This event will contribute to Delta Zeta’s pledge to raise $5 million across universities nationally, starting in 2015.
The fourth democratic debate of the 2020 presidential campaign was held in Westerville, Ohio at 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time on Oct. 15. The debate was hosted by CNN and the New York Times, and featured the largest number of candidates in a primary debate in political history. Below are five of th…
The face of the longest-running PSA campaign in the United States, Smokey Bear, is coming to Texas A&M University to celebrate his 75th birthday Saturday.
Professionals in psychology, business, entertainment, entrepreneurship and law from Georgia will share their expertise at Texas A&M this weekend, discussing issues facing the black community.
In an effort to make candidates more accessible and familiar to students, Aggies Vote hosted its first event on Monday with 2020 Democratic Senate hopeful Cristina Tzintzún Ramirez.
Texas A&M Liberal Arts professors took to the Rudder Theatre stage on Monday to discuss the New York Times Best Selling autobiography “Educated.”
This summer, public health senior Adaeze Omekam decided to start a Black Student Yearbook for Texas A&M. The yearbook will include black history at Texas A&M, recognize the accomplishments of current organizations relevant to the black community and student superlatives.
Michael Young, 25th president of Texas A&M, delivered an update on university activities and initiatives in his fourth State of the University on Thursday in the Memorial Student Center’s Bethancourt Ballroom.
The Texas A&M Division of Information Technology is reviewing its procedures after an unannounced system update led to a campus-wide internet outage Wednesday night.
In response to a formal inquiry for impeachment, President Donald Trump told House Republicans this week that Secretary of Energy Rick Perry, Class of 1972, urged him to call the President of Ukraine. Trump also sent a letter to House Democrats criticizing the impeachment inquiry and saying …
In 2017, former Texas A&M cross country runner Ryan Trahan quit the team and dropped out of college following a dispute between him, the university and the NCAA.
While celebrating the 125th anniversary of a beloved part of their college careers in March, Battalion alumni were made aware of the newspaper’s current financial hardships and decided to take action.
In 2018, the Chillennium Game Jam brought in over 350 student game developers from 17 universities to compete in the rigorous competition, according to their website. This year, 23 schools were represented, with 408 university and college students entered the competition, which is the most p…
A college student’s favorite meal could be delivered to them by firefighters instead of their local Domino’s employees during fire prevention awareness week.
Texas A&M University alumnus Stuart Platt, Class of 1974, was recently named the assistant director of the Office of Professional Responsibility at FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
The first Student Senate Meeting of October had a packed agenda, with six resolutions passed, two bills passed, and three confirmations to Student Government positions.
Texas A&M doctors say that while many questions about the health effects of vaping remain unanswered, there are plenty of reasons for students to steer clear of the habit.
Sen. John Cornyn revealed at a press conference Wednesday with Chancellor John Sharp and Gen. John Murray that Texas A&M will receive up to $65 million over the next five years to research new technologies for the Army Futures Command.
On October 2, Representative for Texas Congressional District 23 and Class of 1999, Will Hurd spoke at the Mosbacher Institute’s Conversations in Public Policy series at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center, in a dialogue titled “Immigration Policy Challenges Facing Congress”.
To help inform students of opportunities to study out of the country, the Education Abroad Office hosted their largest fair to date on Tuesday.
A memo released Tuesday by Chancellor John Sharp announced a ban on vaping throughout the Texas A&M System, though details of the ban remain somewhat up in the air as system institutions work to implement the policy.
With educators and organizations available to offer their knowledge, students have the opportunity to learn about fellow Aggies and participate in events during Hispanic Heritage Month.
10-year-old Texas native Lily Mae Avant passed away Sept. 9 after contracting a rare infection from a brain-eating amoeba called Naegleria fowleri.
The Texas A&M Transportation Institute and Transportation Services are using a Navya autonomous shuttle to demonstrate the future of self-driving vehicles.
Universities recognize September as National Campus Safety Awareness Month, but Aggies are taking it one step further. Texas A&M has an entire safety event series going on throughout the semester that provides opportunities for students to learn how to handle emergencies on campus.
Student-led political group Texas Rising hosted the first in a biweekly series of events for students to become registered voters, ready to perform their civic duty in the upcoming presidential and local elections.