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Dr. Red Duke Returns To Texas A&M

Posted: 02/13/2015 - The world renowned trauma surgeon and Aggie was recognized for his service as an Army tank commander in Germany in 1951-52.

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University Leaders Disagree on Allowing Guns on Campus

Updated: 02/12/2015 - As Texas lawmakers kicked off a hearing on two high-profile gun bills, they got dueling views from the chancellors of the state’s two flagship university systems on whether allowing concealed handguns would affect campus safety.

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Texas A&M To Host SEC Academic Leaders Feb. 18-20

Posted: 02/12/2015 - Texas A&M University will host the SECU Academic Leadership Development Program (SECU ALDP) Workshop Feb. 18-20, with 67 attendees representing 13 Southeastern Conference universities.

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Former A&M Archivist Gives Insight on Secrets of Steam Tunnels

Updated: 02/13/2015 - The steam tunnels below the Texas A&M campus are forbidden territory, and for good reason, because of utility lines and steam pipes that can be dangerous. But for decades, the myths, legends, and half truths have surfaced to make many students curious about the secrets of the steam tunnels.

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Texas A&M Rejoins Nation’s Top 20 Research Universities

Updated: 02/09/2015 - Texas A&M University has rejoined the nation’s list of the top 20 research universities, based on annual expenditures in research and development, according to a recent survey from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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Texas A&M Hosts Campus Wide Open House Feb. 14

Posted: 02/06/2015 - “One day. One place. Aggieland” is the theme for “Aggieland Saturday,” set for Saturday (Feb. 14) when Texas A&M University will open its campus to an estimated 10,000 prospective students and parents during the annual campus-wide open house, scheduled from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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Sole Finalist for Texas A&M President Chosen

Updated: 02/04/2015 - Michael K. Young, president of the University of Washington, has been named the sole finalist to become the next president of Texas A&M University.

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Phone Use Could Lead to 'Text Neck' Issues

Updated: 02/04/2015 - It's become one of the most common things in America: looking down at your phone. Research is now showing that doing too much of that could mean long-term health issues.

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