- Even a year later, Texas A&M University personnel are assisting in the aftermath of the West fertilizer plant explosion that resulted in 15 deaths, more than 160 injured and more than 150 buildings being damaged or destroyed.
- Men in high heels strolled across the Texas A&M campus Tuesday night to call attention to something other than themselves.
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is an annual event to raise awareness and educate the community about the problem of sexual violence.
- David Vaught, head of the History Department at Texas A&M University and a baseball historian, has won the 2014 SABR (Society for American Baseball Research) Award for his book, The Farmer’s Game: Baseball in Rural America, published last year.
- Bill Youngkin, a 1969 Texas A&M University graduate whose decades of service to his alma mater included a term as president of The Association of Former Students, will be the speaker at Texas A&M’s campus Muster scheduled for Monday (April 21).