Corps to Reinstitute Dueling Policy
Blood-stained concrete and the sounds of metal clashing have become new and permanent features of the renovated Quad. During outfit activity last week, Company E-2 introduced dueling, using sabers found on the Quad in order to rekindle their connection with the Spirit of Old Army. Their effort to regain... Read more
50 Shades of Khaki
It was a quiet night on Zebra Company’s deck. The sergeant of the day’s desk was empty and the sound of cadets gently snoring could be heard from the hallway. Despite the peaceful exterior, there were dark forces at work. One sophomore, Richard Hardonne, lay in his rack fighting... Read more
Chartwells Introduces New Feedback Program to Ignore Negative Reviews
Every day, over 50,000 students attend classes at Texas A&M University. With such a large student body, the university trusts only one catering service to provide nutrition to their students: Chartwells. The factor that truly sets Chartwells apart from the competition, aside from their promise “to nourish the bodies,... Read more
Corps Hazing Incident Finally Brought to an End
The Office of the Commandant held an emergency meeting to address an incident that happened in the Aggie Band dormitories last night. With hazing occurring in a zone that should be secure, leaders knew they had a crisis on their hands. Zachary Mitchell, a junior cadet in A-Company, was... Read more
Duncan Food Considered Self-Hazing
With a new year, Duncan Dining Hall has been reopened with the promise to better serve cadets. The first few weeks of school were uneventful, until the definition of hazing was read to freshmen cadets during their first discipline brief. Since then, reports of self-hazing have seen a massive... Read more