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Nobel Winner Herschbach To Be Texas A&M Commencement Convocation Speaker Thursday

Posted: 12/14/2009 - – Nobel Laureate Dudley Herschbach, professor of both physics and chemistry at Texas A&M and who is known for captivating audiences, will be the university’s commencement convocation speaker Thursday (Dec. 17) as a prelude to three graduation ceremonies conducted over the following two days.

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A&M Physics Buildings Dedicated

Posted: 12/04/2009 - Though the buildings have been open since the fall, the Mitchell Physics buildings were dedicated Friday.

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Aggieland Hosting Big Soccer Weekend

Updated: 12/03/2009 - Texas A&M and the Bryan/College Station area are the center of American soccer in the coming days, as the best in the sport from high school and college will converge on the area.

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Two Remembered at Tuesday Silver Taps

Updated: 12/01/2009 - A 22-year-old student who was killed by a train is one of two Aggies to be remembered at Tuesday night's Silver Taps ceremony.

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Mays Grad Students Get an Insight into Marketing

Posted: 11/24/2009 - A student group, called Aggie Insight, has been diligently developing a marketing campaign tailored to the Aggie student body, hoping to generate awareness and excitement for Honda’s latest hybrid vehicle.

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A&M Researcher: Declawing Your Feline Could Be Cat-Astrophic

Posted: 11/23/2009 - Having your feline declawed could be cat-astrophic – both to your checkbook and to your pet’s health if a current California trend sweeps across the country, contends a Texas A&M University animal behavior authority who is a past president of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

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Americans More Impulsive If They Believe In Equality, Texas A&M Study Shows

Posted: 11/20/2009 - Naughty or nice, merchandise is often chosen by shoppers based on how much they believe in social equality, reveals a study by three Texas marketing professors. Customers may be more impulsive depending on their core values, says Texas A&M University marketing professor Karen Page Winterich.

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Other Stories Making News This Day 1999

Updated: 11/18/2009 - We remember where we were and what we were doing when we first heard of bonfire's fatal fall. But do you remember what else was making news in our community at that time?

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First Responders Recall Bonfire Collapse

Updated: 11/19/2009 - They're trained to prepare for the worst. Bryan and College Station first responders skills were certainly tested on November 18, 1999.

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Surviving The Stack

Updated: 11/17/2009 - He had been on the second stack of Aggie Bonfire, about 40 feet up from the ground, when the pile of logs came crashing down on him. Accounting major Bill Davis found himself crushed under the massive weight of Bonfire.

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Bonfire: Bowen's Burden of Command

Updated: 11/16/2009 - While much has been said and written about that collapse of Aggie bonfire, the man at the helm of Texas A&M during that time has, for the most part, chosen not to discuss the incident publicly.

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