Desperate Applicant Blurs Line Between Networking and Stalking
Peter Bennington, a senior Management Information Systems major, has been terrorizing recruiters across the state since the Business Career Fair in a pathetic attempt to find a job. “Everyone at the career center told me that following up is one of the most important steps in the application process,”... Read more
Petroleum Engineering Joins College of Liberal Arts
With the price of crude oil hovering around $30 per barrel, administrative changes are coming to the petroleum engineering department. The entire department is being moved from the Dwight Look College of Engineering to the College of Liberal Arts, as their new college aligns much better with the petroleum... Read more
Fish Camp Counselors Take Lead in Humble Brag Competition
If there is one thing your Facebook friends care about, it is your various accomplishments. Got an above-average score on that lab practical? Sounds like the perfect opportunity to harvest some Facebook likes! Got that internship with that company no one has heard of? Sing that s**t from the... Read more
Liberal Arts Career Fair Sets New Standard
This Wednesday, February 10, the Texas A&M Career Center is putting on the Liberal Arts Career Fair in the Rudder Exhibition Hall. This event hosts some of the most prestigious employers of Liberal Arts degree holders, and countless students are all but guaranteed positions that not only pay well,... Read more
MRS Grad Struggles to Find Work
With December graduation fast approaching, the class of 2015 waits with bated breath to make their way out into the real world. Some will be graduating with jobs, and two sets of rings. Others, however, are not so lucky. Indeed, times are certainly tough for the MRS major. Unemployment... Read more