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mid the COVID-19 pandemic, fall graduation will be held in person with 15 different commencement ceremonies.

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With the switch to digital learning for many students around the world as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers and families are having to adjust to a new form of instruction.

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Class Councils and the Department of Student Activities at Texas A&M announced that the Elephant Walk tradition has been moved to the spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The event is planned for Thursday, April 22 at 6:21 p.m. and will give students in-person and virtual option…

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In a campus-wide email sent Nov. 19, Texas A&M’s Office of the Provost announced the College of Liberal Arts’ fall commencement ceremony originally planned for Saturday, Dec. 19 has been moved to Wednesday, Dec. 9 due to scheduling conflicts.

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On Nov. 18 at 2:42 a.m., people gathered both virtually and in person, to honor the 12 fallen Aggies of the Bonfire Collapse.

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From COVID-19 to California wildfires to a tense presidential election, the multiple hurricanes that have hit the Texas shoreline are only another addition to the challenges of 2020. The hurricanes resulted in raging storms and increased precipitation in surrounding areas and contributed to …

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As the holiday season approaches and COVID-19 continues to spread, students must take precautions to ensure their families’ safety.

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The 2020 presidential election has seen a wave of changes in electoral politics.

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This morning, the Texas A&M University Police Department apprehended the suspect in a recent sexual assault case occuring on campus.

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After COVID-19 infections increased each week of the semester, Texas A&M has altered their pandemic protocols, according to a university-wide email.

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Under the Clery Act, Texas A&M has identified two new COVID-19 clusters as of Nov. 9: one among the Aggie Band (Artillery Band, Dorm 12) and one within Emergency Medical Services (Events).

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The sophomore leadership organization, Sophomore Leaders Impacting, Developing and Educating, or SLIDE, will host its fourth annual sexual assault awareness program, True Life in a virtual format.

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Assistant professor in the Department of Oceanography Colleen Petrik will co-lead a task force for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA, and has received nearly $800,000 in funding for her three projects within the study.

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Final results for the Brazos County local elections came in late Tuesday evening after polls officially closed at 7 p.m.

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Texas Democrats’ hope of a blue Texas was snuffed out Wednesday evening as top-of-the-ballot Democrats failed to flip the state in their favor.

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Brazos County saw polls close at 7 p.m. on Nov. 3 for the 2020 General Election. At this time the results are unofficial, but include ballots cast in all 25 of the county's polling locations — early and absentee voting included.

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The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station was selected by the Department of Defense on Oct. 26 to lead a national consortium for modernizing hypersonic flight capabilities. Working with 41 other institutions, the A&M Engineering Experiment Station will manage a five-year, $20 mill…

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Sofia Chunga Pizarro was 3 years old when her family moved from Piura, Peru, to the United States.

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Corps of Cadets Commandant Joe Ramirez confirmed Nov. 1 via Facebook that sophomore Brandon Reed Williams from Squadron 8 unexpectedly passed away on Oct. 29.

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Gov. Greg Abbott announced that beginning Oct. 14, bars can begin to operate at 50 percent capacity if their county governments allow, and Brazos County Judge Duane Peters approved the announcement soon after.

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Texas A&M now has three free walk-up COVID-19 testing kiosks available for anyone in the state to utilize.

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When Dr. Eleanor Green moved on from her position as dean of Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, a search for her replacement quickly began.

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On Oct. 7, Kingsville Police found the body of Texas A&M-Kingsville professor Hultzen J. Wu, Ph.D. Wu had been missing for six days when his body was found at Boca Chica Beach, according to KiiiNews. Wu was 75 years old and worked as a professor in A&M-Kingsville’s math department wi…