How to Brag About Hating Your Future Career Like a PPA Student
A large portion of students at Texas A&M are likely to hate the careers in their field of study. Engineers never really want to just be engineers forever, and there are few people who think investment banking will be a good lifestyle for more than a few months. But... Read more
Failing Infrastructure Signals the Fall of the Aggie Empire
Texas A&M University exists as individual colleges working in unison to advance the cause of the Aggie Empire. This unified effort has stimulated the growth of the Aggies in fields such as research and athletics, and has pushed A&M’s borders all the way to Galveston and Corpus Christi. But... Read more
Rosenthal Meat Center to Begin Selling Manure-scented Candles to Students on West Campus
The Rosenthal Meat Center is located in the heart of west campus, providing animal science majors a place to learn about meat processing and apply those skills in the form of an on-site meat market. Known for its wide variety of steaks, sausages, and jerky, the retail store will... Read more
“How About That New Coach?” Asks Dad Desperate to Connect With Son
Having spent the last ten minutes in his office struggling to carry on a conversation with his youngest child over the phone, Houston-area father Walter Beyer asked about Texas A&M’s new head football coach in a desperate attempt to connect with his son, Kevin Beyer, in College Station. “How... Read more
Two Friends on Moped Make Immense Effort to Not Touch Each Other
It is not uncommon to see two students carpooling on a single moped, especially on roads surrounding the Texas A&M University campus. Common moped safety standards require the individual on the rear to wrap their arms around the waist of the driver. However, two male students were recently spotted... Read more
New Website Lets Organizations Scan Apps for up to 99% Similarity
With student population on the rise, demand for better application screening processes among organizations on campus is at an all-time high. To meet this need, iParadigms LLC, the company behind plagiarism-prevention service announced Thursday the release of, a software-as-a-service based on similar proprietary technology. The service will... Read more
Tutoring Service to Offer $1 Wells, $2 Domestics Before Finals Week
4.0 and Go’s Northgate location will be offering specials this week to prepare for upcoming final examinations. While group tutoring rates will stay at $8+ per hour, the tutoring service will be serving Northgate-esque beverages at a discounted price. Founded in 1994, 4.0 and Go has long been located... Read more
Ancient Artifacts Suggest Long-Forgotten Thanksgiving Conflict Between A&M and UT
On Tuesday afternoon, Texas A&M archaeologists announced the discovery of ancient artifacts that suggest some sort of ritualistic Thanksgiving conflict between A&M and The University of Texas. The new findings, as reported by Dr. Ted Goebel, contradict the strongly-held administrative belief that A&M and UT are not rivals, and... Read more
Senior Gets Aggie Ring, Still Can’t Secure Job
Senior management major John Francis could not have been more excited to receive his Aggie Ring on Friday’s Ring Day. Although he cannot avert his loving gaze from his new piece of gold, Francis has found that it is not everything he expected. He spent the week before Ring... Read more
The True Cost of Songfest: A Mugdown Investigation
The Mugdown sends a journalist headfirst into the world of Chi Omega’s Songfest, Texas A&M’s largest philanthropy event, only to discover a system built almost entirely on social obligation. To read this story, click here. Read more