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
Aggie Traditions Explained by Freshman, Senior
When freshman are asked why they attended Texas A&M, the easy answer that nearly every single one will tell you is “the traditions!” Now that the class of 2016 is about to walk across the stage and join the legions of former students, let’s see just how their passion... Read more
Aggie Bootchasers: A&M’s Newest Women’s Organization
The Aggie Bootchasers, founded by women looking to create a sisterhood between those who claim to support the Corps of Cadets the most, recently made their debut on campus. Founder and president of Bootchasers, Jessica Harwood, started the organization after realizing how hard it was to date a member of... Read more
From Holick’s to Hunter
When it rains in College Station, it pours. With the midseason decline of Aggie Football, the tears of A&M fans align with the seasonal monsoons in B/CS. The inadequate draining on campus causes puddles and small rivers to form, creating swamps in certain areas. This poses a unique problem... Read more
Too Many Students Says 6th Year Senior
Overcrowding at Texas A&M has been taking a toll. Students can no longer comfortably register for classes or park in Lot 100, and worst of all it is nearly impossible to sit alone in campus dining facilities. Students blame the administration for bringing in larger and larger freshman classes... Read more
Students Fear Test Imminent when Class-Dodging Senior Spotted
Throughout history, civilizations have been brought to their knees at the hands of sickness and plague in both times of war and times of peace. This week, Texas A&M was brought low by one of the most dangerous illnesses of all: senioritis. Senior poultry science major, Eric Wolf, has... Read more
Graduating Seniors Face Quarter Life Crises
Graduation is looming, and those preparing their caps and gowns are realizing how rapidly their college career is coming to a close. Some students are thrilled to be leaving, others are feeling a deep sense of nostalgia. But still others are in a confusing mixture of both feelings. “I... Read more
Students Pose as Family: Receive Aid from Big Event
In a stroke of lazy and entitled brilliance, two seniors registered as a family in order to get free labor from The Big Event this year. The students, economics major Clay Morton and history major Stephen Shields, pretended to be an elderly couple who needed help with household chores.... Read more
SENIOR STILL NOT QUITE SURE OF WORDS TO “SPIRIT OF AGGIELAND”
“Some maebuggh da bah da baaa . . . ba da SCHOOL THEY THINK SO GRAND!” said Jeffrey Phillips, senior class of 2014, as he uncomfortably tugged at his ear and stared at the floor. While every Aggie who has been to a football game can recite the upbeat... Read more