Stories from the current online edition of The Battalion.
Updated: 4 years 1 week ago
After a dismal week of seemingly endless rain, the skies cleared for one Saturday morning in February, as if in preparation for the gardening work of Community Fresh Brazos Valley. This organization, open to students and community volunteers, is a grassroots attempt to aid the community through gardening projects.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates asked Congress for a year to study the impact of repealing the military's "don't ask, don't tell policy." While certainly a step toward the sentiments of President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, action needs to come; otherwise the gay community may wait years for progress.
Alan Turing was an English mathematician, logician, cryptographer, unwitting philosopher and the father of computer science, and as such is idolized by mathematicians and computer scientists the world over
From Judith Bohr, a philosophy graduate student
Ash Wednesday is upon us again, giving many Christians a chance to focus about the meaning of this day of repentance and the ones to come throughout the season of Lent.
Students living off campus will begin finding more than flyers and coupons in mailboxes. The 2010 Census forms will be mailed in mid-March and will need to be returned by April 1.
In response to the state's request for a 5 percent expenditure reduction, Texas A&M University released a plan Wednesday identifying savings of more than $28 million for the next biennium.
Texas A&M's No. 15 women's basketball team begins a tough three-game stretch Wednesday night when they travel to Stillwater to take on No. 17 Oklahoma State.
I have to admit that when going into "Crazy Heart," I had some preconceived notions. I mean, how could Jeff Bridges, otherwise known as "the dude" (reference for those who haven't had the pleasure: "The Big Lebowski") disappoint? That's just it - he doesn't.