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
Friendship Over With End of Snapchat Streak
On Friday, March 31st, Donald Johnson and Riley Simmons ended their so-called friendship. The two had known one another for a year previously, but had recently taken their relationship to the next step: Snapchat. Johnson, a sophomore business major, had been Snapchatting Simmons for a record 120 days when... Read more
Senior Deliberately Walks on Seal To Prevent Impending Doom
On Wednesday, February 15th, senior anthropology major Justin Creed decided to take a bold stand regarding his future. Creed purposefully strutted across the seal in Koldus with all the zeal of a tourist group around prime traffic time. He then took the display of brazen disregard for his graduation... Read more
Student Honest About Doing Absolutely Nothing Over Break
Winter break can be an exciting and busy time for many students attending Texas A&M. There are brief study abroad trips, old high school friends to see, résumés to be updated, minimesters to sob over, et cetera. For most students, it is a time of peace without the burden... Read more
Desperate for Voters, Polling Place Disguises Itself As a Panda Express
In a strange turn of events, a student who thought he was standing in line at the MSC Underground Panda Express found himself voting instead of ordering fried rice. Michael Schenkel, sophomore Economics major, had been watching cat videos on his phone and had not noticed that what appeared... Read more
Austin City Limits: What You Missed
If you were one of the poor, unfortunate souls left in College Station, missing the mass exodus to Austin this past weekend, here are some of the highlights from the first weekend of the little-known music festival. A prime instagram opportunity. If everyone is being really honest, more than... Read more
Mugdown Lowdown: How to Represent Texas A&M

The Mugdown has done some digging to find out what it means to be a real Aggie. By sharing this tell-all guide, we want to ensure that those who come behind fill the shoes that came before.

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Gold Coats

Gold Coats

Local News December 15, 2015 0

Gold Coats “We encourage all applicants, we just might not want you.”   Mark your calendars, professional schmoozers, because Gold Coats applications are coming out January 31, 2016. Founded upon the three basic pillars of excellence, funds, and flattery, Gold Coats is soon to be recognized as the premiere... Read more
Secondhand Stress Reaches All-Time High
One of the greatest dangers of any semester coming to a close is the silent predator, Secondhand Stress. When others refuse to face their responsibilities and the stress-prone absorb everyone’s anxiety. The student body must take all possible precautions, as this toxic, permeating killer can be inhaled all around... Read more
No Study November

No Study November

Campus Life November 4, 2015 0

With “No Shave November” joyfully upon us, some less ambitious students have finally coined a term for a tradition derived from this mentality. “No Study November” has officially taken off as of November 1, 2015. The practice of #NSN can be witnessed all over campus, but most notably in... Read more