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Record Number of Tailgaters Set Up Tent City on A&M Campus

Updated: 09/13/2013 - Finding the perfect spot to party before, during and after the game has gotten a lot harder. Now, those who don't want the hassle of setting up all the stuff that goes along with tailgating can hire pros to do it.

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12THMAN License Plate Sells for $115K at Auction

Updated: 09/13/2013 - How much would you pay for a license plate? It might depend on what the plate reads, but one driver will be sporting one that likely cost more than the vehicle that sports it.

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Howdy Farm Forced to Relocate with Development of West Campus Dorms

Updated: 09/09/2013 - Because of the construction of the new West-side dorms, a little-known produce farm on the A&M campus used for teaching and selling at farmers' markets will have to move. However, the Howdy Farm volunteers are hopeful that wherever they end up, their goal of teaching people about farming will continue.

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First Undergraduate Studies Week At Texas A&M Set to Begin Monday`

Posted: 09/06/2013 - Several departments dedicated to undergraduate studies at Texas A&M University are planning the first ever Undergraduate Studies Week, set for Monday through Wednesday (Sept. 9-11). The majority of the week’s events will be held in the Memorial Student Center Great Hall.

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First Hallmark Event In Texas A&M’s Inclusion Celebration Set For Tuesday With Mae Jemison Address

Posted: 09/05/2013 - Texas A&M’s fall semester “Reflecting, Engaging and Envisioning: Celebrating 50 Years of Inclusion” program kicks off Tuesday (Sept. 10) with its first “hallmark” event, an address by Dr. Mae C. Jemison, the nation’s first female African-American astronaut and who is now a successful executive and entrepreneur.

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Truly Super Sized: World’s Largest Volcano Named For Texas A&M

Updated: 09/05/2013 - Texas Aggies like to think their school is among the world’s biggest movers and shakers, and now science has confirmed it. An oceanographer has uncovered the world’s largest volcano in the Pacific Ocean – about the size of New Mexico – and has named it for Texas A&M University.

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Aggie Fans Battle Extreme Heat at Season Opener

Updated: 09/01/2013 - Temperatures scorched fans Saturday afternoon as more than 80,000 people packed Kyle Field for the Texas A&M football season opener. Some fans were ready for the gameday heat, but others were shocked by the warm sting of a noon kickoff.

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A&M Preparing to Help Fans Beat Gameday Heat

Updated: 08/31/2013 - More than 80,000 are expected to pack the stadium, and halftime temperatures are expected to approach triple degrees. That can be a recipe for a health disaster if fans aren't prepared. Now, Texas A&M is trying to help fans keep cool in the blazing heat.

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