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MSC Graffiti is looking for student artists to beautify construction on campus and allow the closure of the Memorial Student Center to be seen in a more optimistic light.
The Confucius Institute is celebrated the 2010 Lunar New Year by inviting all of Bryan-College Station residents and Texas A&M to a Chinese food buffet and celebration at 5:30 p.m. today in Sbisa Dining Center.
It went up high, high above everyone's heads, countless hopes and fears and possibilities hanging in the balance.
Thoughts were racing through my head last night, as I lay on the usual right side of my incredibly comfortable queen-size bed. (cue the visuals)
T he latest addition to the romantic comedy genre of mainstream film is "When In Rome," starring the narrator behind "Gossip Girl" and Sarah Marshall herself: endearing, bubbly, Kristen Bell.
Although the Obama administration has allocated $100 million for the next five years into NASA, the problem is how they will use it.
The three-week lame duck period between R. Bowen Loftin's presidential nomination and confirmation ends today.
The Board of Regents will vote this afternoon in a phone conference to determine Loftin's and the University's future. Hunter Bollman, a senior accounting major and student representative on the Board of Regents, expressed confidence that Loftin would be confirmed without issue
The University of Texas is in the preliminary stages of joining the Big Ten conference, reported the Lawrence-Journal World
Yvonne K. Fulbright, relationship expert and columnist for foxnews.com, has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Maxim, Women's Health and the Tyra Banks Show. Today, she answers Aggies' relationship questions to get them prepared for Valentine's Day.
The No. 1 men's and women's track teams will host yet another Texas A&M Challenge 12 p.m. Saturday at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium.
Teams from the Big 12, SEC and Conference-USA will be competing. Each conference has three teams, and their individual scores are added to the conference total.
After free-falling out of the top five in the Big 12 standings, Texas A&M's No. 13 women's basketball team will host Kansas State, Saturday in a game that is crucial to the Aggies' post-season hopes.
Texas A&M (16-6, 4-5) currently sits in a four-way tie for sixth in the conference.