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The Lone Star Showdown returns to Reed Arena Saturday when Texas A&M's No. 15 women's basketball team welcome in No. 12 Texas in Big 12 play.
Campus and community organizations are partnering for a screening of the documentary "Call + Response" that highlights a global institution that made more money than Starbucks, Google and Nike combined in the past year, and it's bigger than ever. It's the slave trade.
Dining Services asked Brazos County Health Services to visit Sbisa to perform a preliminary inspection on Feb. 10 and 11. During the visit, several violations were recorded.
From the moment he arrived on Texas A&M's campus, senior Clayton Ehlert has been about helping the baseball team win.
College baseball is a carousel of constantly changing rosters. Every year, coaches are left holding their breath until Aug. 15, hoping the top talent and recruits are not lured away by the MLB Amateur Draft.
There are times in life when all you can do is dance. When we have been knocked down, the easiest way to cope is to express our struggles through body movement.
At least that's the only way for the Groovaloos - a high-energy, freestyle dance troupe based out of Los Angeles.
Alcoholism: habitual intoxication, prolonged and excessive intake of alcoholic drinks leading to a breakdown in health and an addiction to alcohol. Drinking without the intention of drinking, consuming more than the intended amount, not knowing what is going to end up happening when the drinking starts, but drinking nonetheless. You realize it's true. You realize it's happening to you. You want to change it. So where do you go from here?
The Texas A&M Corps of Cadets selected two cadets to guide the future of the organization as they serve in the top two student leadership positions
Students will be strapping on high heels and hitting the runway at the Catwalk for HIV/AIDS Awareness Fashion Show as part of the National Sexual Responsibility Week.
When people think of Texas A&M softball, they typically think of former stars Amanda Scarborough and Megan Gibson, who led the team to second place in the 2008 College World Series. During that record season, however, there was another major talent emerging in junior Rhiannon Kliesing.
The Texas A&M softball team is off to a good start as they came away from last weekend's Kajikawa Classic with a 4-1 record. The Aggies played well enough to knock off No. 11 California, but fell short to No. 5 Arizona State.