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Texas A&M Golf Course Set To Reopen Saturday

Updated: 10/23/2013 - After a year-long renovation that includes significant enhancements, the Texas A&M University golf course will reopen to the public on Oct. 26.

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Texas A&M Appoints New Chief of Police

Updated: 10/28/2013 - J. Michael Ragan has been appointed as Texas A&M University’s new chief of police, officials announced today. Ragan has held the position on an interim basis for the past six months and has been a member of the University Police Department (UPD) for the past 33 years.

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Texas A&M Plans Israel Campus

Posted: 10/22/2013 - Texas A&M University says it hopes to open a branch campus in Israel, a first-of-its-kind project that will expand the American university's growing overseas presence.

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Texas A&M-Galveston Cave Diver Receives Newsmaker Image Award

Posted: 10/22/2013 - Tom Iliffe may be the best friend an underwater cave ever had. For that and other efforts, he’s one of Texas A&M University’s top news sources, prompting the institution to present him its 2013 Newsmaker Image Award.

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Texas A&M System to Honor A&M Modernizer

Posted: 10/18/2013 - Texas A&M University System regents are honoring a man who has been called "the father of the modern Texas A&M University."

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Texas A&M To Formally Open Wellborn Passageway Friday

Updated: 10/17/2013 - Texas A&M Transportation Services officials said safety and efficiency for students, faculty, staff and visitors traveling between the main portion of the Texas A&M campus and its newer western area is being enhanced with the opening of the grade separation at Old Main Drive and Wellborn Road.

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Rain Floods Texas A&M Building Canceling Classes

Updated: 10/17/2013 - The sound of dryers echo in the hallways of the Blocker building on the north side of Texas A&M University's campus. Soaking rains have seeped their way into ground level classrooms.

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Texas A&M to Sell Kyle Field Grass

Updated: 10/10/2013 - Texas A&M Athletics will be selling pallets of Kyle Field’s grass playing surface which will be removed at season’s end as part of the redevelopment of the stadium.

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Texas Forests Provide $93 Billion In Environmental Benefits Each Year

Posted: 10/09/2013 - It’s easy to figure out how much a tree is worth when it is harvested for lumber, paper or firewood. But what about when it’s still standing tall in the forest, providing shade on sunny days, giving homes to woodland animals and helping clean the air you breathe and the water you drink?

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Texas A&M Scientists Celebrate Nobel Prize For Higgs Discovery

Posted: 10/08/2013 - A group of physicists from Texas A&M University are basking in the worldwide glow of big science, based on their critical supporting role along with thousands of scientists across the globe in the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics, awarded Tuesday by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences to theorists Peter Higgs and Francois Englert to recognize their work developing the theory of what is now known as the Higgs field, credited for giving elementary particles mass.

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A&M Students 'BUILD' New Campus Tradition

Updated: 10/12/2013 - Texas A&M students are not only building a house, but hope to build a new Aggie tradition. A new Texas A&M organization named BUILD has teamed up with Habitat for Humanity to build a house for one Bryan family.

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Profiles In Student Leadership: Joseph Puente, Texas A&M Student Senate

Posted: 10/08/2013 - As Aggies celebrate 50 Years of Inclusion − recognizing the formal admission of women and African-Americans into Texas A&M University − Aggie Joseph Puente, a student senator and executive director of the Hispanic Presidents' Council, reflects on the university's diversity efforts, what leadership means in today's society and his hopes for future Aggies.

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Texas A&M Student Carries On Father’s Legacy After Helicopter Crash On Campus Claimed His Life

Posted: 10/08/2013 - Texas A&M University student Caitlyn Mitts says the feeling is bittersweet whenever she passes by Duncan Field, a grassy area on the south side of campus where the Corps of Cadets drills. It was there on Jan. 12, 2009 at about 3 p.m. that a Black Hawk helicopter flying a training mission crashed shortly after takeoff. Five people were inside the chopper when it went down, including Mitts’ father, 42-year-old Army National Guard Staff Sergeant Charles Mitts, who died from his injuries at a Houston hospital two days later.

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