‘Indulgence’ is a word often thrown around when discussing the Academy Award-winning Coen Brothers’ filmography. The brothers consistently release some of the most technically proficient and controlled films in Hollywood — films that bend the rules of genre and polarize audiences. Love them or hate them, the Coen brothers have a unique sense of style and humor that is once again on display in “Hail, Caesar!”
Thursday night Senator Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton faced off for the first time after Iowa. Assistant news editor Tyler Allen gives his take what you may have missed.
In between the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primaries, the dwindling pool of Republican candidates will have the chance to debate for the eighth time this election cycle. News editor Sam King gives her take on what to watch for at the debate.
The vaunted and highly sought after five-star recruit. Typically a player who was the superstar on his high school squad and was recruited by many different schools. The recruit is only 17 or 18 years old and has already met with the smartest minds in college football who try to persuade him to be on their team. The recruit has been dubbed a five-star athlete, but remains only a high school teenager. The youngster still has yet to play ball against college athletes who have proven themselves on a college level.
The weird feeling in the air and the gathering of hecklers means only one thing, old brother Jed is back on campus. I'm a graduate student, so I don't pay attention to much what goes on around campus anymore, outside of what I've been involved in since last fall. However, seeing students heckle brother Jed while he's on campus makes me shake my head in disappointment.
While we’re waiting for “Beam me up, Scotty” transporter technology, the next best thing might turn out to be getting to a destination at the speed of a bullet.
After months of campaigning and pandering to the public, a huge milestone on the 2016 Presidential Election trail comes Monday with the Iowa caucuses.
“Aren’t you hot in that?” — the question I’ve gotten too many times to keep count. Here’s the highly anticipated answer: Yes, I am hot in my hijab — but I’m much hotter without it.
In the first class of my first day as an aerospace engineering senior the professor walked to the front of the room, ripped the syllabus in half and told us we wouldn’t be studying propulsion systems after all — Elon Musk was bringing the Hyperloop concept to Texas A&M, and we’d either join together as a team to design a pod, or we’d politely leave the room.
In the last debate before the Iowa caucuses, the GOP candidates — with the exception of Donald Trump — took the stage for one last attempt to garner voters. Here are assistant news editor Tyler Allen’s takeaways from the debate.
I came to Texas A&M to earn a degree in petroleum engineering because the oil industry in North America had been absolutely booming when I was in high school, but a drop in oil prices has created a more dismal future for up-and-coming petroleum engineers.
Muster is still three months away, but Texas A&M’s most unique tradition already softly makes its call across campus.
America needs to make up its mind on marijuana.
Dan Mazer, the man credited with directing "Dirty Grandpa," isn’t a filmmaker.
After falling short from a third consecutive NCAA Tournament last season, Aggie fans were not bothered by the idea of Billy Kennedy being fired.
Automated cars have long been a part of science fiction movies and books. Just like tech seen in ‘Back to the Future,’ it seemed unlikely to me that they would soon exist in real life. But technological companies such as Tesla and Google are pushing forward to real automated cars.
Engineering is a dirty job. Engines break down, pipes burst and rockets explode — I’d be worried if they didn’t.
'‘I’m sorry, but could you explain this report to me?”
It is becoming increasingly difficult to take the militiamen in Oregon seriously.
President Barack Obama gave his final State of the Union Address Tuesday night, focusing on the future of America rather than specifying particular proposals he has for the next year. The address was centered around four specific questions for America’s future:
It was bound to happen eventually.
Donald Trump can’t seem to escape the headlines, with his most recent remarks calling on the United States to bar Muslims from entering the country. Whether it is Ben Carson who claimed that an American Muslim shouldn’t be president of the United States or Jeb Bush’s suggestion of only allowing Christian refugees from Syria, the current political climate espoused by GOP candidates is a poisonous one for America’s six to seven million strong Muslim minority. Forget the moral implications of providing a religious litmus test for potential refugees or immigrants; the fact of the matter is that this latest suggestion by Trump is simply unconstitutional.
Oh my beloved Kid Cudi.
G-Eazy’s new album “When It’s Dark Out” comes at a great time.
Comedy and horror can co-exist, and “Krampus” proves it.
Another year in the books, and for the second year in a row, the Aggies faltered in SEC play after a strong 5-0 start.
Now that the we’ve all awoken from our turkey-induced slumbers, it’s time to turn on the Christmas music. However, that doesn’t mean you have to listen to those same old tunes that have been knocking around for centuries. Here are 10 songs you can use to break up the “Jingle Bells” and “Winter Wonderland” repetition.
In the latest addition to the Marvel Universe, the new Netflix original series “Jessica Jones,” offers fans of the superhero world the opportunity to explore questions of ethics and how much power should be given to those with powers.
Big movie sagas don’t often end on a good note, but the last film in the “Hunger Games” series leaves fans generally satisfied.
Holiday films are difficult to execute. Different cultures expect different values to be displayed, and if the film doesn’t hit the mark, it gets forgotten relatively easily. These films aim to achieve cult status and become part of the holiday canon, but because much of their identity is dependent on the season, bad holiday films can end up feeling soulless. Unfortunately, such is the case for “The Night Before.”
Throughout the process of investing the $17.2 billion in the joint endowment between Texas A&M and the University of Texas, no one is asking a simple question — exactly who are we giving money?
I’m preparing for a bitter Thanksgiving.
The Aggie Ring. The little piece of gold that means you’ve made it. The small, bright circle that is supposed to be a symbol of status and demand attention and respect.
Friday evening, along with the rest of the world, I turned on the news and watched the horrific events in Paris unravel, and my heart broke.
ontinuing a 50-year legacy, CBS announced it will launch a new Star Trek television series beginning in January 2017.
“From the outside looking in, you can’t understand it. From the inside looking out, you can’t explain it.”
The goal remains the same for Texas A&M head coach Billy Kennedy: earn an NCAA Tournament bid. Before last season, the aspiration seemed far-fetched. Heading into 2015-2016, it’s utterly ridiculous — in a good way.
This just in — Christmas is ruined and Christendom with it.
There’s a lot to like about Daniel Craig’s portrayal of James Bond. He’s stone-faced, unflinching and certainly built for the part. His films’ attempt to move Bond away from his slick, womanizing, shaken-martini past and emphasize a grittier, more realistic take on the international spy have been universally acclaimed. “Casino Royale” (2006) and “Skyfall” (2012) are high marks for the franchise, setting a precedent in quality and tone that, unfortunately, “Spectre” never quite reaches.
The Democratic pool is down to three heading into Friday’s Democratic forum at Winthrop University in South Carolina. From dropouts to Congressional hearings, a lot has changed for these candidates, setting the stage for an interesting night. Here’s what to look for in the forum.
Last month was the closest I’ve ever been to Sully during Silver Taps.
The finger can be pointed at many for the Aggie offense’s ineptitude, but at the end of the day the problem is not Kyle Allen. It’s not even the popular candidate Jake Spavital. The issue resides with the head coach, Kevin Sumlin.
Ten Republican presidential hopefuls will again take the stage at Wednesday’s Republican primary debate in Boulder, Colo. The debate begins at 7 p.m. Central Time and will be hosted on the University of Colorado’s campus. Here are five things to look for throughout the evening:
It is kind of amazing how horror movie franchises can show the same thing over and over and still be able to draw a crowd. “Paranormal Activity: Ghost Dimension” is anything but original. By the sixth installment of the franchise, you start to feel like if you have seen one of the movies, you have seen them all. Still, it garnered $8.2 million in box office sales in week one alone.
At least it wasn’t 59-0.
Distinguishing which teams are the best in the SEC up to this point in 2015 has been utterly confusing.