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With the start of the fall semester approaching, Transportation Services made several changes to existing bus routes, and created an additional route for students.

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Although life for any college freshman comes with obstacles like finding a roommate and planning your schedule, for some students the biggest issue to overcome is simply finding a school with a program that supports their needs. For five Aggie freshmen, this issue was solved with the state’s…

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John J. Koldus III passed away on Aug. 12 at the age of 89. Koldus served as Texas A&M’s vice president for student affairs from 1973 to 1993 and is the namesake for the Student Services Building.

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Rep. Will Hurd of the 23rd Congressional District of Texas has announced his decision to not seek reelection in 2020. The Republican representative is one of six lawmakers of the party to announce retirement in just the past two weeks.

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Whether you’ve had trouble navigating the Career Center’s website or simply need to find answers to your financial aid questions, Miss Rev is here to help through a new chatbot option.

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The City of College Station’s Park and Recreation staff and Texas A&M are gearing up for the Amateur Federation Games of Texas from July 25 to July 29 throughout the Bryan-College Station metroplex.

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The Texas A&M College of Geosciences is currently working with technology that is a combination of large buoys and radars that float in the Gulf of Mexico to help detect winds and tropical storms like Barry.

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In March of 2016, five members of the United States Women’s National Team filed a lawsuit with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission stating they made four times less than the men in 2015. While this was an important moment for the team, it was just the beginning of a journey filled wi…

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Both Texas A&M and Georgetown University are involved in a financial investigation by President Trump’s administration for allegedly not reporting foreign gifts and contracts to the government.

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In College Station, Northgate is the hub of nightlife and is often filled with college students and Bryan-College Station residents. Recently, there has been warnings on social media about someone pretending to be an Uber and Lyft driver along Northgate, and the safety precautions to take to…

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Texas A&M is removing the academic admissions process in the fall of 2021.

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In response to research that shows a higher average score is associated with a higher family income, the SAT has created an Adversity Index rating which has received mixed reactions from both school officials and students.

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Support staff, such as custodial and food service employees, at Texas A&M take a part in a student’s everyday life. From cleaning up classrooms to cooking your favorite campus food to maintaining the campus grounds, these employees are a constant force on campus. But issues like homeless…

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After Nathan Matos died in a car accident last month, he left behind a legacy of loyalty and dedication. His Corps buddies will always remember him as a cadet who perfectly embodied the core values of Texas A&M.

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As thousands of Aggies decorate their graduation caps, practice walking in uncomfortable shoes and prepare to turn their Aggie Rings to face the world, Texas A&M prepares to honor its 500,000th graduate at the upcoming Spring commencement ceremonies.

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On Saturday morning, members of the Sul Ross Group met to pay tribute to Lawrence Sullivan Ross on the 100th anniversary of the dedication of his statue.

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One of the greatest anxieties for college students is the search for a full-time job upon graduation. However, Pathrise — a corporation dedicated tocareer acceleration for competitive jobs in the tech industry — claims they have developed a business model to mitigate these fears and spur the…

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Faculty members and a student will be hosting “Judaism at the Intersection: A Roundtable Discussion” to discuss different issues surrounding the Jewish community at the Glasscock Library April 30 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Glasscock 311. The event is free to the public and the panelists includ…

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Since January, six students on the first floor of Walton Hall have been tracking their energy usage through devices that plug into their outlets.

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The 86th Texas Legislature, which formally began on Jan. 8 and will go on until May 27, has seen unprecedented support for marijuana reform. Unlike in past movements, recent cannabis legislation is seeing advocacy from both sides.

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Texas A&M will celebrate DNA Day on Wednesday with a talk and book signing by an award-winning journalist and exhibits highlighting the importance of public education about the role of genetics in health care.

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Muster is one of Texas A&M’s most potent traditions, showcasing what it truly means to be an Aggie. Here are a few important celebrations surrounding Muster this week:

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Nathan Matos, a 22-year-old history senior from New Jersey and a member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets, has died following a car accident near the intersection of Holleman Drive and Wellborn Road on Saturday.

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In 2019, the Texas 86th legislature moved forward with bills that drastically affect the lives of college students throughout the state. These bills are intended to increase graduation rates and benefits of attending a public university in the state.