Heroic Bus Driver Delivers Students To Their 8:15 a.m. Classes Right On Time Heroic Bus Driver Delivers Students To Their 8:15 a.m. Classes Right On Time
Texas A&M Transportation Services recognized Ed Martinez, a campus bus driver with nearly three years of experience, with the Spirit of the Aggie Spirit... Heroic Bus Driver Delivers Students To Their 8:15 a.m. Classes Right On Time

Texas A&M Transportation Services recognized Ed Martinez, a campus bus driver with nearly three years of experience, with the Spirit of the Aggie Spirit award early Monday morning after heroically delivering students to their 8:15 a.m. classes perfectly on-time.

“Ed Martinez is being recognized today for going above and beyond the call of duty,” said Robyn Ashbee, President of Texas A&M Transportation Services. “He isn’t expected to take class schedules into account, but he makes sure his route runs perfectly on-time to ensure no student has to worry about being marked late or absent, regardless of whether it’s at 8:15, 10:32, or 11:28.”

 

—North by Northgate

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North by Northgate

If you’ve ever wondered who you have to thank for “north” at Texas A&M being pointed towards the local bar district instead of the north pole, look no further. A political activist and local alcoholic, his claim to fame and life achievement was convincing the city of College Station to legally define “north” as “of or denoting the direction from any specified area, city, or country towards the Northgate Entertainment District.”

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