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Lawsuit Over Kyle Field Seating Dismissed

Updated: 07/03/2015 - One of the lawsuits against the 12th Man Foundation when it comes to seating in the redeveloped Kyle Field has been thrown out.

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New Student Regent Appointed for Texas A&M University System

Posted: 07/02/2015 - Alvaro “Gabe” Pereira of College Station has been appointed the next student regent for The Texas A&M University System by Governor Greg Abbott. He replaces outgoing student regent Colton L. Buckley of Gatesville.

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EPA Awards Texas A&M Researchers $6 Million To Investigate Environmental Impact On Cardiac Health

Posted: 06/29/2015 - The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded a $6 million grant to fund a multi-institutional collaboration between the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM) and the Bioinformatics Research Center at North Carolina State University (NCSU) investigating the effects of environmental toxicants on human health with a focus on the potential adverse effects on the heart.

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Texas A&M Forest Service Urges Caution During July 4th Holiday

Posted: 06/29/2015 - It’s that time of year when fireworks stands open and big plans are made for the July 4th holiday. If fireworks, grilling or hanging out by a campfire are part of your celebration this year, Texas A&M Forest Service urges caution.

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Dude Perfect Drafted by Harlem Globetrotters

Updated: 06/23/2015 - The Aggies that make up Dude Perfect are known around the world for making viral videos of their trick basketball shots. Tuesday, they added another honor to their resumes.

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A&M Researchers Say Texas Flooding Could Cause Big Problems In Gulf

Updated: 06/18/2015 - Record rainfall totals in many parts of Texas the past few weeks means a record amount of freshwater pouring into the Gulf of Mexico – as high as 10 times the normal rate – and that could lead to huge problems for marine life and commercial fishermen very soon, warns a Texas A&M University oceanographer.

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A&M Hosts SpaceX Competition, Track Headed to California

Updated: 06/15/2015 - SpaceX announced Monday that it's hosting a Hyperloop design-build competition at Texas A&M. The Hyperloop concept involves transporting passengers via pods in above-ground tubes that move as fast as 800 miles per hour.

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