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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Brazos County Not Exotic Enough for Student Missionaries

The Bryan/College Station area, with its large homeless population and abundance of low-income families, is simply not as appealing as oversees travel to the servant-hearted missionaries that live in a potential mission-field throughout the year.

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Students Set Alarm for The Big Obligation
This saturday, 22,500 Aggies will wake up early and view their Big Event GroupMe for the first time since registering.  Across the Bryan/(mostly)College Station area, students will be at over 2,700 locations, spending the day cleaning up the community that they have been trashing for the past 364. Pressured... Read more
Cadet Stolen Valor
With the announcement of: Corps of Cadets: The Musical, something long feared by the Corps has come to fruition: Non-reg students have copied their khaki counterparts to reap the benefits of those who serve in uniform as “Keepers of the Spirit”.  The musical and the translation of Corps-lingo has... Read more
Corps to Give Escorts Home for the Holidays
For all those Ags out there who have unfortunately fallen behind on their Ring By Spring timetable, the holiday season can be a difficult time to cope with. As a 16th generation Aggie, your family is heartbroken every time you fail to return with your perfectly paired redass soulmate.... Read more
Texas A&M to Welcome JLO to Campus
At Texas A&M, it is easy for students to find themselves overwhelmed by the vast number of student organizations and opportunities for involvement.  So much so, in fact, that a group of juniors has started their own organization to help fellow third-year students with the transition from their sophomore... Read more
Student Complains after Completing The Big Obligation
With the completion of The Big Obligation 2015, students returned to class sunburnt and anxious for their well-earned afternoon nap. While The Big Obligation may have made the weekend feel shorter, most students are coming away from Saturday with satisfaction, certain that they made a difference in the Bryan/College... Read more
Corps Member Thanked for His Service
A new semester has begun at Texas A&M University, and with a new year comes an influx of visitors to the campus. Marla Campbell, the mother of a visiting high school senior, was overwhelmingly inspired by the University’s numerous men in uniform. Chad Jordan—fish—was approached by Campbell near the Quad... Read more