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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.

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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.

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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 …

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Decades after the project was initially proposed, the initiative to create a statue of Matthew Gaines on campus has gained renewed support among Aggies.

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After the disaster of Tropical Storm Imelda, Aggies are coming together to raise money and supplies for the people of Beaumont.

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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…

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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.

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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”.

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House Democrats opened a formal impeachment inquiry last week in the wake of revelations about President Donald Trump’s contact with the leader of Ukraine.

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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.