Roommate’s Passive Aggression Miraculously Works
Upon returning to her apartment after her final class of the week, local student Vartika Singh was taken aback by the radical transformation that had occurred within her living space. Singh had been working tirelessly since the second week of the semester to admonish and correct the lazy behavior... Read more
Freshman Identifies as Being “From Dallas”
For many, the terms “hometown” and “where you’re from” are used interchangeably, and thus incorrectly. This correlation has become so common, particularly in college towns and universities, that it is rarely questioned. Despite the commonality of this practice, however, Ben Tattlebon, Freshman Accounting major from Plano Texas, has openly... Read more
First Friday Becomes Too Mainstream; Hipsters Create Second Wednesday
First Friday, the monthly festival in downtown Bryan, has been a sanctuary for flannel-clad hipsters for decades, but a select group of students have felt persecuted by the recent influx of normal people. What used to be a lesser-known alternative to a night out on Northgate has become a... Read more
Austin City Limits: What You Missed
If you were one of the poor, unfortunate souls left in College Station, missing the mass exodus to Austin this past weekend, here are some of the highlights from the first weekend of the little-known music festival. A prime instagram opportunity. If everyone is being really honest, more than... Read more
21 Year Old by Hours Gets Arrested, MIP
In a surprising move made by law enforcement last week, a Texas A&M student was arrested for possession of an alcoholic beverage. These arrests are weekly occurrences for CSPD, and typically are no cause for special attention. However, in this unprecedented case, the perpetrator faces a Minor in Possession... Read more
Students Find God Only to Lose Him Again
Thousands of students are not the only force that storms through College Station every fall. Along with the longest grocery lines since Y2K, fall unfailingly brings a religious resurgence across the entire community. Preceding countless summer nights on Sixth Street and in Uptown Dallas, many students leave their spirituality... Read more
Mysterious Group Responsible for Fish Spur Theft
Fish Spurs, a long-held and audible tradition, has once again returned to campus. Students from Blocker to Wehner are alerted to the presence of freshman cadets by the ringing of their wire spurs. However, recent spur thefts have students asking, is it a massive crime wave or an act of... Read more
GroupMe App Announces Shutdown, Student Organizations Follow
No Smartphone app has done more to increase communication, productivity, and data overage charges than GroupMe, the multi-person messaging app widely used among college students. However, in a recent press release, GroupMe announced that the application will soon shut down. Following this announcement, faculty and staff of the Texas... Read more
TRAFFIC ALERT: Road Closures for Ring Day Photo Space, Traffic Control
Last April, over 5,000 Texas A&M students received their Aggie Ring, a supposed ticket to post-graduation success. The next Aggie Ring Day is this Friday, September 16, and is expected to bring more students and family members than ever before. Due to this sacred event, College Station will roughly... Read more
New Traffic Lights Designed to End Safe Driver Problem

The City of College Station recently released plans to install a new color to the existing stoplights in the area in order to reduce the number of red lights run. The new light design will include an orange bulb, placed in between the red and yellow lights.

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