Mugdown Lowdown: How To Survive Ring Day
Today is the day, fellow Ags. Congratulations to all of the normally-paced seniors and overachieving should-be juniors who earned the piece of gold that will no doubt ensure you land a job anywhere your little heart desires. The Mugdown has compiled necessary steps that both ring recipients and families... Read more
Girl Marks Herself “Safe” After Fraternity Party
This past week, many have fallen victim to a torrent of fraternity parties throughout the Bryan/College Station area. Women participating in the events without the excuse of sorority recruitment have faced some of the most extreme, devastating, and deafening frat parties in almost nine years. Mallory Halep, sophomore communications... Read more
TAMU Football Player Entering NFL Draft Reminisces on Taco Cabana
While many consider the Taco Cabana on Texas Avenue a highly respectable Mexican food drive-through, one Aggie defensive end took time to note its importance during his college career. Daeshon Hall is still awaiting his professional football future as the NFL Draft continues through Saturday. However, it is his... Read more
Ag Café Named Nation’s Best University Dining Center
The American Institute for University Dining (AIUD) has named Ag Café of Texas A&M “The Nation’s Best University Dining Center.” Although this accolade comes as a surprise to many, Chartwells officials claim they knew Ag Café was destined for public recognition sooner or later. Last year’s winner, the University... Read more
Sul Ross Statue Now Accepting Venmo
In the most recent attempt to keep up with New Army, Texas A&M University has partnered with Venmo, the popular digital wallet app, to allow students to “put a penny on Sully” from anywhere in the world. Using the username @SulRossCashOutKing12, university officials hope this endeavor will increase popularity... Read more
New Wave of Senioritis Hits A&M Campus, Wipes Out Entire Class of 2016
The city of College Station has received an influx of volatile weather since the end of Spring Break. What many meteorology majors first thought was a simple cold front has turned into something much worse for the university. A wave of what researchers call “Senioritis” has touched down in... Read more