As winter break approaches, some Aggies have opted to stay in town over making the journey home.
The Battalion is one of 15 four-year college newspapers selected by the Associated Collegiate Press to receive its prestigious Newspaper Pacemaker Award, distinguishing the publication as one of the best student papers in the country.
In 1999, Texas A&M University adopted Vision 2020 as a strategic plan for growth over the following two decades. As this plan’s 20-year tenure comes to an end, the A&M Office of the Provost is working to develop a new plan for the next 10 years.
In a statement emailed to students on Dec. 6, Texas A&M Transportation Services announced that it may not renew its contract with bike-share vendor VeoRide due to increased misuse of the turquoise bikes.
The 12th Can, a student-run food pantry at Texas A&M University, started its Swipe Out Hunger program in the fall of 2017, with the first students receiving donated meals in the spring of 2018. Towards the end of each fall and spring semester, students with valid meal plans can donate up…
Waldo Elliott the Elk made a big name for himself in Idaho. He recently made his College Station debut in October at the Winnie Carter Wildlife Center, a research center that is part of Texas A&M’s veterinarian school.
The Brazos Valley branch of Voices for Children recruits, trains and supervises Court Appointed Special Advocates to help local children in protective services find safe living situations.
BATON ROUGE, La. – Bringing a beloved Aggie tradition from Kyle Field to bars, restaurants and stages across the nation, The Association of Former Students has hosted Midnight Yell Practices before away games for more than 20 years.
For the past five years, MSC Aggie Leaders of Tomorrow has been in partnership with the Bryan-College Station Salvation Army to help provide children in the community with gifts on Christmas.
Introduced in the House and Senate in 1988 and signed into law on July 26, 1990, by President George H. W. Bush, the Americans with Disabilities Act is a civil rights law that protects people with disabilities from discrimination.
The Texas A&M University Black Former Student Network will host the first ever Aggie Impact Gala on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center.
On Friday at 6 p.m., the Downtown Bryan Association will hold its 13th Annual Lights On! ceremony at Gloria Sale Park to kick off the holiday season.
The most anticipated testimony in the House Impeachment Inquiry delved into some of the allegations against the White House, with Gordon Sondland providing emails that show knowledge of the request of Ukrainian investigations at the highest levels of the White House.
The fifth democratic debate of the 2020 election season took place on Wednesday at 8 p.m. at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta. The debate included former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Cory Booker, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, Sen. Kamala Harris, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Sen. Bernie Sa…
Last spring, Texas A&M announced the construction of a new parking garage along Polo Road near the Emerging Technologies Building. Since then, there have been a number of updates to the construction plans of the multipurpose facility, including a finalization of which dining facilities w…
On Tuesday night, Texas A&M hosted a spirited discussion on the use of covert action in the intelligence community, highlighting the different uses of it by the United States and other countries as well as its benefits, drawbacks, successes and failures.
On Nov. 5, voters went to the ballot box to vote on a total of 10 propositions that could make their way to the Texas Constitution. All but one of those propositions were passed, upping the total number of amendments to the Constitution to 507.
No student wants to find themselves in legal trouble, but when they do, there is a free and easily accessible on-campus resource for them to turn to: Student Legal Services.
Texas A&M Student Health Services offers preventive care to keep traveling students safe from overseas illness, while protecting their classmates from any infectious diseases they could bring back from abroad.
Transportation Services announced the construction of a new parking garage along Polo Road near the Emerging Technologies Building last spring. Since then, there have been a number of updates to the construction plans of the facility, including a finalization of which dining facilities will …
Thursday night’s frigid temperature may have warranted an evening in doors, but it did not stop the Graduating Class of 2020 from celebrating one final trip around campus at this year’s Elephant Walk.
On Nov. 14, Texas A&M held a day-long symposium in the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center on the furthering of Pakistani women in the economy. The symposium hosted over ten different speakers to discuss the role of Pakistani women in business and economy.
Public impeachment hearings are set to continue this week and next, with potentially damaging testimony against Donald Trump and his alleged abuse of office.
Vicki Dobiyanski, Class of 2003, has been appointed the Division of Student Affairs’ associate vice president at Texas A&M University.
As the 20th anniversary of the 1999 Bonfire collapse approaches, Traditions Council is offering opportunities to honor and remember the lives that were lost.
Former Texas A&M President and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates joined Dean of the Bush School Mark Welsh in Rudder Theatre on Wednesday for a discussion about his decades of public service.
The Student Senate passed somber pieces of legislation tonight, including resolutions honoring the 20th Anniversary of Bonfire Remembrance, Veterans Day, November Silver Taps and a resolution in support of the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
Texas A&M management senior Adriana Lopez received a scam call on Oct. 24 that ultimately led to her losing $10,000. Lopez said she hopes these events will show other students to be more cautious about who they give their information to.