New Howdy Online to Incorporate Dating Feature
Aggies will soon have a new way to meet. In January, Texas A&M Information Technology announced the development of an updated version of “Howdy,” Texas A&M’s official online portal used for accessing grades, eCampus, transcripts, and more.  Texas A&M IT is offering students an opportunity to test out the... Read more
Corps of Cadets: The Musical
In case you may have missed it on Facebook and Twitter, we’re producing Corps of Cadets: The Musical this spring! Looking for a great date idea with your boot-chaser? Or a ‘guys night out’ with your ‘ol lady? Look no further than Corps of Cadets: The Musical, a dazzling, toe-tapping extravaganza.... Read more
December Graduate Already Complaining About New Army
December Graduate Already Complaining About New Army The Mugdown sat down with recent graduate Chip “Bucky” Reynolds for a Q&A session to discuss the changing culture at Texas A&M.   Mugdown: So, how have things changed at A&M since you graduated a few weeks ago? Reynolds: Everything’s different. These... Read more
Myers Gigs: Find Your Aggie Personality
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Pros & Cons of Campus Carry
Texas State Legislators recently passed a bill requiring state universities to implement policies allowing concealed carry of firearms on their campuses. Some viewed the decision positively as a defense of individual rights and deterrent to crime, while others expressed concerns that the decision will only increase danger and tarnish... Read more
How to Reduce Overcrowding
The Mugdown Solves Overcrowding Texas A&M University currently has over 59,000 students enrolled at its College Station campus, a number which will continue to grow with each coming year. Many students and faculty have voiced concerns over the amount of people on campus each day, suggesting that the crowded... Read more
Super Senior Assisted Living Opening on West Campus
Student Counseling Services recently announced plans for an on-campus assisted living center for super seniors. Maggie Gartner, Executive Director of Student Counseling Services, has said that they hope to reach out to this particular group of students who have apparently completely lost their grip on reality. “We find so... 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
The Haunting of Cain Hall
An official statement by the University cites both  the overcrowded Student Services office and unmet game day needs as reasons for the demolition of Cain Hall. The President’s office shared that a parking garage, hotel, skywalk to Kyle Field, and new spaces for Student Services will form the new... Read more
Letter to the Editor: Where are the Gay People At?
Dear Editor, Hey, Mugdown. I was just wondering… where are all the gay people at? I mean, not that I’m gay or anything. I’m not interested in guys or anything, but I would like to know how to connect with one. I keep going to Halo, but I can’t... Read more