Sorority Increases Diversity through New T-Shirt Color Options
As cultural awareness increases across campus, Greek Life has specifically been affected. Panhellenic President, Joella D’Ambrosia, comments on what the fraternal community is doing to increase diversity. “See, we get a lot of crap as sorority women for ‘all looking the same’ and ‘being the same color’.  So all... Read more
Women Go to Northgate, Excited for Night of Being Disrespected
Every weekend, the women of College Station look forward to nights full of disrespect and undesired attention from inebriated male suitors. They spend hours doing their hair, putting on makeup, and picking the perfect outfit to look just right for an uncomfortable encounter with a potential new man to... Read more
First-Ever “Bootchaser 5K” to be Held This Spring
The Corps of Cadets is proud to announce that it will be holding its first annual “Boot Chaser 5K” this spring.   About The Race: Since 1964, when the first females were admitted into Texas A&M University, catching the eye of a man in boots has been the deepest... Read more
Thickly Bearded Man Disappointingly Normal

COLLEGE STATION — Onlookers were disappointed when they realized Jim Templeton, a sophomore general studies major with an abnormally full beard, was completely normal.

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Big Event Forms Singles Group for Uninvolved Students
It is time to sign up for The Big Event, and many students are finding themselves in a stressful situation. While those who are heavily involved have abundant choices of groups to sign up with, other Aggies struggle. The Big Event allows for students to do community service alongside... Read more
7 Ways to Show Your Friends You Are Not a White Supremacist Today
Many look at their day today and find their social calendar—as well as their social-activist calendar—filled to the brim with potential ways to spend the evening. Check out our top 7 ways for you to show your friends how totally not racist you are! No. 1 Aggies United Attend... Read more
Missionary Sets Out to Convert Tickets
For some, ticket pull and converting student tickets to guest passes is a hassle. For others, it is a ministry. Kyle Joseph, a self-proclaimed Aggie missionary who spends most of his time soliciting GroupMe’s and facilitating Sunday night sports-pass groups, describes his cathartic experience. “Through the chaos and clutter... 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
“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Introduced to Protect Closeted Aggie Liberals
After Monday’s presidential debate, political awareness at Texas A&M is at an all-time high. While many informed voters can easily regurgitate Breitbart articles about Hillary Clinton’s health or provide backwash of their parents’ political views, others struggle to come to terms with their political education. Texas A&M has pioneered... Read more
The Twelfth Nom: A Guide to Aggieland’s Cuisine