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No. 25 Aggies Hit the Road to Take on KU Jayhawks

Posted: 10/30/2009 - No. 25 Texas A&M (13-6, 6-5 Big 12) begins a two-match road swing on Saturday as the Aggies take on the Kansas Jayhawks (12-9, 4-7 Big 12) in Lawrence. First serve is at 6:30 p.m. at the Horejsi Family Athletics Center.

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A&M Men Climb to No. 8 in Golfweek Rankings

Posted: 10/30/2009 - After winning two tournaments in the last two weeks, the Texas A&M men’s golf team has climbed four spots to No. 8 in the latest Golfweek rankings.

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Albritton Bell Tower Celebrates 25th Anniversary

Posted: 10/30/2009 - Twenty-five years ago this month, Texas A&M University dedicated what has become one of the most readily identifiable landmarks on its campus – the Albritton Bell Tower.

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Murano-McKinney Rift Detailed in New Article

Posted: 10/29/2009 - The drama at the top of Texas A&M University and the A&M System earlier this year is detailed in a recently-published article in which the System chancellor said A&M's then-president did not follow through on a promised appointment.

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New Texas A&M Building Dedicated To Arts And Humanities Announced

Posted: 10/27/2009 - A new four-story building dedicated to the arts and humanities will soon grace the Texas A&M University campus landscape, Interim President R. Bowen Loftin announced Tuesday to a gathering of faculty from the College of Liberal Arts.

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Common Weed Could Provide Clues On Aging And Cancer

Posted: 10/26/2009 - A common weed and human cancer cells could provide some very uncommon details about DNA structure and its relationship with telomeres and how they affect cellular aging and cancer, according to a team led by scientists from Texas A&M University and the University of Cincinnati (UC).

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Texas/European Union Wind Energy Symposium

Posted: 10/26/2009 - Speakers representing government, academia and industry in Spain will provide a firsthand accounting of the benefits of wind energy. The symposium’s main objective is to disseminate information about wind energy as a beneficial alternative energy source.

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Texas Monthly -Bonfire - A Hot Seller In Bryan-College Station

Updated: 10/23/2009 - November 18th of 2009 marks the ten year anniversary of the collapse of bonfire. In remembering that tragedy, Texas Monthly focuses on bonfire with an artists rendering of what stack would have looked like this year on it's front page.

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Texas A&M Only New Member Of NSF Top 20 List

Posted: 10/22/2009 - The National Science Foundation has named Texas A&M University as the only new member of the NSF's annual list of the Top 20 Academic Research Performers in the United States.

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Texas A&M Researchers Find New Mechanism For Circadian Rhythm

Posted: 10/20/2009 - Molecules that may hold the key to new ways to fight cancer and other diseases have been found to play an important role in regulating circadian rhythm, says Liheng Shi, a researcher in Texas A&M’s Department of Veterinary Integrative Biosciences.

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Texas A&M Oceanographer Receives $3.7 Million Grant To Study Gulf Dead Zone

Posted: 10/20/2009 - Oceanographer Steve DiMarco of Texas A&M University, a leading authority on the Gulf of Mexico’s “dead zone,” and his team of researchers have been awarded $725,467 for the first year of a five-year, $3.72 million project that seeks to better understand and predict where and when the dead zone will happen each year. This new project builds on six prior years of funding.

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Bush 41 Discusses Presidential Criticism

Posted: 10/16/2009 - Former President George H.W. Bush says he dislikes what he calls the "ugliness" President Barack Obama has faced since taking office.

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Group Offers Bright Idea For Kyle Field

Updated: 10/16/2009 - Unless you've lived in the Brazos Valley for a while, you may not know that at one time the giant letters spelling out "Kyle Field" on the outside of the Aggies football stadium used to light up at night.

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Researchers Say They Can Predict Hurricane-Related Power Outages

Posted: 10/15/2009 - Using data from Hurricane Katrina and four other destructive storms, researchers from Texas A&M and Johns Hopkins Universities have found a way to accurately predict power outages in advance of a hurricane. Their approach provides estimates of how many outages will occur across a region as a hurricane is approaching.

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