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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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Dog-Gone Good Choice: Vet Bonnie Beaver Selected For Newsmaker Award

Posted: 10/14/2009 - You could say that being a veterinarian has been the purr-fect career choice for Bonnie Beaver. The nationally recognized and internationally known professor who specializes in animal behavior has been honored for her communication skills and cooperation in working with the media by Texas A&M University's Division of Marketing and Communications, which presented her the 2009 Newsmaker Image Award.

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Major China-U.S. Relations Conference To Be Held Oct 21-23 in Beijing

Posted: 10/14/2009 - Themed "Looking Ahead After 30 Years,” a bilateral conference bringing together prominent governmental, business and academic leaders from China and the United States to promote, strengthen and expand academic and business collaborations between the two countries will be held Oct 21-23 in Beijing at the Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel.

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Open Letter From Bush 41 to Aggie Family

Updated: 10/14/2009 - Howdy! As you have probably heard, I have invited the 44th President of the United States of America to come visit the Bush Library and Texas A&M, and President Obama has graciously accepted.

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Fuller To Return to Practice

Posted: 10/13/2009 - The Texas A&M football team got a boost Monday with the announcement that Jeff Fuller has been given the OK to hit the practice field.

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Bush 41's Points of Light to be Honored by Obama

Updated: 10/13/2009 - This Friday, the current president will join a predecessor in honoring those who volunteer. George H.W. Bush famously called on people to give their time to help others 20 years ago.

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A&M Nursing College Awarded Accreditation

Posted: 10/09/2009 - As it prepares to graduate its first class in December, the Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Nursing has been awarded full five-year accreditation.

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Aggies CAN Food Drive Saturday

Posted: 10/09/2009 - A group of Aggies will be asking for donations at Saturday's Aggie football game to benefit the Brazos Valley Food Bank.

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Going Green On Hold: Man-Made Activities Can Affect ‘Blue Haze,’ World’s Weather

Posted: 10/08/2009 - “Blue haze,” a common occurrence that appears over heavily forested areas around the world, is formed by natural emissions of chemicals, but human activities can worsen it to the point of affecting the world’s weather and even cause potential climate problems, according to a study led by a Texas A&M University researcher.

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Buyers Rush to Get Cheap Bikes

Updated: 10/07/2009 - A&M Surplus Property Office is selling unclaimed bikes at a low price, and that has people rushing to buy one.

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