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
The Bryan/College Station area, with its large homeless population and abundance of low-income families, is simply not as appealing as oversees travel to the servant-hearted missionaries that live in a potential mission-field throughout the year.
In what can only be described as a day that will go down in history, College Station – our beloved home away from home – has now been deemed large enough for two Targets, by local PTSA mother of three, Gladys Knight. Often thought to be a one-Target town... Read more
Instead of being welcomed back to Northgate with open arms and giant soon-to-be-washed-off sharpie X’s on the back of their hands, students looking to extend Winter Break for a few more days were greeted by a locked door and a feeling of disappointment and sadness. Schotzi’s, one of College... Read more
“Damn girl, you’re hot.” This past week, I took my loneliness to a new low and created a Tinder profile under the name “Lola Lighter”. Apparently, “Lonely” isn’t a “real name”. Let’s just say sparks flew, and 152 matches later, I picked my favorite flames to share with you... Read more
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
Is it time to say goodbye to four dollar movies, Aggies? A conversation between junior economics major, Raj Panesar, and the manager of Cinemark in College Station has prompted an evaluation of ticket prices. Theodore Allen has both owned and managed the theater since 1985. He opened his theater... Read more