A&M Allows Concealed Carry of Test Answers
Texas A&M will now permit students to use notes, cheat sheets, textbooks or any other form of assistance during tests. The new rule, which took effect on January 1,  is in accordance with a Texas Senate bill that requires universities to allow students to carry test answers with them... Read more
Evans Offers Students Rent-A-Mom for Finals Week
Aggie Moms Club and Evans Library have teamed up to offer a new service to stressed out students during finals. While puppy-petting and free massages have been offered in past semesters, Evans will now begin offering a “Rent-A-Mom” service. This new service will give students the chance to “rent”... Read more
Syllabus Views Spike as Students Calculate Minimum Required Grades
Students all across campus are turning to their syllabi, searching for a glimmer of hope. Rick Thornbody, freshman engineering major and battle-hardened student, said college has changed him. “We laughed at the syllabus back then,” Thornbody said, with a harrowing look in his eyes. “Those were happier days. Freshly... Read more
Sight of Tour Group Causes Sudden Feeling of Superiority
Jason Sheffield said he was having a bad day until he saw a tour group on campus. “I had just gotten a notification from my bank saying I was overdrawn,” Sheffield said. “Plus, I hadn’t slept in like 21 hours, I think I failed my biology midterm and I... Read more
Student Elite Form Selective GroupMe
On a campus with 50,000 undergraduate students, it can be difficult to know exactly where students fit in. Many student leaders understand that they are better than the other students on campus, but it can be hard to distinguish the leaders from the uninvolved and unimportant. An important student’s... Read more
Utopia Realized Once All Students Armed
In accordance with a decision by the Texas Legislature, concealed carry has become universally accepted at Texas A&M University, ushering in a golden age of safety and prosperity. Once it was wisely pointed out that guns actually save lives and are not tools designed for the express purpose of... Read more
Utopia Realized Once All Students Disarmed
Despite a decision passed in the Texas legislature, concealed carry has been banished from Texas A&M University completely, ushering in a golden age of safety and prosperity. Once it was wisely pointed out that guns only have the potential to hurt people and are not tools with any redeeming... Read more
Super Senior Assisted Living Opening on West Campus
Student Counseling Services recently announced plans for an on-campus assisted living center for super seniors. Maggie Gartner, Executive Director of Student Counseling Services, has said that they hope to reach out to this particular group of students who have apparently completely lost their grip on reality. “We find so... Read more
No Study November

No Study November

Campus Life November 4, 2015 0

With “No Shave November” joyfully upon us, some less ambitious students have finally coined a term for a tradition derived from this mentality. “No Study November” has officially taken off as of November 1, 2015. The practice of #NSN can be witnessed all over campus, but most notably in... Read more
Freshman Angered by Lack of Wildcatting in Math Class
As one of the many freshmen indoctrinated at Fish Camp, Agricultural Leadership major, Andrew Saenz, came to Texas A&M University with an unmatched enthusiasm for school traditions. Saenz, a first generation Aggie and self-proclaimed redass, recently had to face the difficult reality of underwhelming student spirit in his Math... Read more