Posted: 3:03 PM The Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets will conduct its annual Final Review Saturday (May 4) at Kyle Field, signifying the end of its 2012-2013 school year — and graduation next week for many of them, including approximately 80 who will be commissioned into one of the four branches of the military.
Updated: 11:39 AM Texas A&M Baseball, in conjunction with the TAMU Student Veteran Association and the TAMU Veteran and Support Center, will host Military Appreciation Day on Sunday, May 5 as part of the Aggies’ series finale against the Missouri Tigers. Game time is slated for 1:05 pm.
Updated: 9:46 AM For all of us who have brothers and sisters, we understand what tight bond siblings can have. For this month’s Wednesday’s Child special, we introduce two brothers and their sister who pray they'll find a forever home -- together.
Updated: 11:01 PM Given the right conditions, on the right day, severe weather can take a bright, blue sky and turn it into the platform for violent thunderstorms to form. The only way to get a heads up is to know exactly what is going on in the air above our heads.
Updated: 9:56 AM Texas A&M University today received approval from the A&M System Board of Regents to proceed with one of the largest college football stadium redevelopments in history, with a project cost of $450 million and a future stadium capacity of 102,500.
Posted: 11:42 AM The Texas A&M Foundation invites women of all ages to attend to its second annual Women, Wealth and Wisdom workshop at the Memorial Student Center on the Texas A&M University campus on Friday, May 17, from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Updated: 11:40 AM Texas A&M University faculty and staff, along with Aggie moms, are pulling out all the stops to help students prepare for final examinations this spring with less stress. They are even bringing in pups as “study buddies."
Updated: 10:38 PM April, May, and June are typically referred to as Severe Weather Season. As the winter chill begins to thaw and warmer spring air moves in from the south, severe thunderstorms are not uncommon across tornado alley, the southern United States and the Brazos Valley.