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Former Texas A&M Employee Speaks Out About Discrimination Lawsuit

Updated: 10/28/2008 - A former Texas A&M employee is speaking out about why he is suing the university for discrimination. Last month, the muslim researcher filed the lawsuit--claiming religious persecution. He says his co-workers desecrated his prayer rug with feces taken from the research mouse cages. But Texas A&M says the ex-employee fabricated the evidence in this case.

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A&M Bonfire Settlements Approved

Updated: 10/27/2008 - The Texas A&M University System Regents have authorized school president Elsa Murano to settle lawsuits brought by families over the deadly bonfire collapse nearly a decade ago.

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New Partnership Attracts Water Experts to Texas A&M

Posted: 10/21/2008 - Hurricane Ike reminded all of us about the importance of our drinking water. Now some of the leading experts in the field of drinking water are relocating to our own backyard.

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Apollo Astronauts Visit Bush Library

Updated: 10/20/2008 - Some of America's space pioneers visited Aggieland Thursday to share their stories and a movie with a packed audience at the Bush Library.

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Roland Martin on Diversity at A&M

Updated: 10/12/2008 - There aren't too many Aggies who get more face time than Roland Martin, but his is a face that isn't a stereotypical Ag. That very fact is something the CNN contributor, radio host, author and columnist is hoping will change.

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Aggie Immortalized in Statue

Updated: 10/11/2008 - Nearly a century after James Vernon "Pinky" Wilson penned his rousing "fight song" lyrics, a statue was placed on the Texas A&M University campus as a lasting tribute to him.

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Aggies Can Brings Big Bucks to Food Bank

Updated: 10/11/2008 - Sportsmen and women circled Kyle Field this morning to gather donations for the Brazos Valley Food Bank as part of the annual Aggies Can event.

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A&M's President Now a Hall of Famer

Updated: 10/08/2008 - Murano is the first female and first Hispanic-American president of Texas A&M University and a former undersecretary for food safety for the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Mays School Sponsor to Talk Independent Business, Local Economy

Posted: 10/02/2008 - Steve Bercu, 30-year president of BookPeople, an independent Austin bookstore, and founder and president of the Austin Independent Business Alliance, will speak in College Station October 2 on sustaining locally owned businesses in a competitive marketplace.

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