MSC’s Aglantis Declared Fourth Largest Aquarium in College Station
Today, the stunning 300-gallon saltwater tank located on the bottom floor of Texas A&M’s Memorial Student Center celebrated its official confirmation as the fourth largest aquarium in the city of College Station. Aglantis, as it is affectionately referred to by students, was gifted to the University by the Texas... Read more
Study Finds Quad Only Visible to Those Who Know of Its Existence
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS — Results of a recent study by the College of Architecture regarding campus design yielded an interesting and surprising result: The Quad, home to all twelve Corps of Cadets dorms and Duncan Dining Center, can only be seen and accessed by students who already know of... Read more
Female Students Chug Wine to Prove Not Pregnant:
SOME DOCTORS CONVINCED, OTHERS REMAIN SKEPTICAL Texas A&M University’s Beutel Student Health Center, also colloquially known as “The Quack Shack,” has implemented a new policy in the women’s restrooms. Signs brandishing “Only toilet paper in toilets” litter the stall doors, along with artist renditions of several day-to-day items that... Read more
Bryan-College Station Marks 25 Years since Fall of the Bryan Wall
25 years ago, residents of Bryan and College Station, as well as students at Texas A&M University and Blinn College, witnessed history as the Bryan Wall fell. The wall, a symbol of separation between Bryan and College Station, stood for decades and served as an effort by the City... Read more
PETA Protests Elephant Walk, Reveille Next?
The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals began protesting Texas A&M’s mascot, Reveille, Thursday, Nov. 5 at Academic Plaza by wearing recreations of Reveille’s traditional shawl. It was embroidered with the phrase “Free me from my shackles!” while insubordinately defecating around campus. “It is preposterous that a school... Read more
Local Preachers Begin Preaching at Long Torchy’s Tacos Lines
With an overwhelmingly religious student population, Texas A&M is a common locus for Christianizing activities. And its local preachers have made their presence quite known at Texas A&M. They are the ones who can be seen passing out pocket-sized Bibles on campus during select times of the year, and... Read more
Dear Westboro, Sincerely God
During last week’s severe storms, lightning simultaneously struck the grave of a deceased servicemen and a homosexual couple. The resulting fire relayed this message to the Most Holy of Congregations, the Disciples of Westboro Baptist Church. My favorite followers, the holy and just members of Westboro Baptist Church:           ... Read more
Student Asked to Remove Thinking Cap in MSC
The Flag Room in the MSC lost its studying allure after several students were asked to leave for disrespecting tradition. Last night, junior Griffin Bronson donned his invisible thinking cap to study for his PHYS 218 midterm but was promptly accosted by the self-proclaimed tradition guard, Andrew Portsmith. The... Read more
Sorority Test Bank Leaked, Comm Department Reeling
Texas A&M’s Department of Communication was rocked yesterday when the test bank held in the Delta Gamma sorority house was leaked to the public. Delta Gamma has proudly acknowledged the existence of this test bank for many years, lauding it as a definite mark in DG’s favor during the... Read more
The 14 Best Aggie Halloween Costumes
Sexy Reveille Requires: Dog ears, fur trimmed dress, maroon or white shawl (optional), and an open invitation for people to call you a b**** all night. Bonus for Couples: bring your handler and see how many interpret the costume as a statement on gender roles. Sexy Corps Cadet Requires: a... Read more