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  • Aggies assistant sent home early

    12/30/2014 6:26:42 AM PST · by ConservativeStatement · 22 replies
    ESPN ^ | December 29, 2014 | Sam Khan Jr
    MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Texas A&M student assistant coach Michael Richardson was sent home early from the Aggies' appearance in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl after hitting West Virginia players in the first half of Texas A&M's 45-37 win on Monday at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium. Cameras showed Richardson striking West Virginia players who ventured out of bounds during the first half on two separate occasions. He used his elbow to strike Mountaineer cornerback Daryl Worley in the back of the head and shoved running back Andrew Buie in another incident.
  • Texas A&M study names Obama 5th best American President

    03/21/2014 9:14:56 PM PDT · by grandpa jones · 52 replies
    facebook ^ | 3/21/14 | unknown
    In a recently completed study from Texas A&M University, President Barack Obama has been rated as the 5th best in history. “After only 5 years in office, Americans have rated President Obama the 5th best in history.”Here are the Results: 1) Reagan and Lincoln tied for first 2) Seventeen presidents tied for second 3)Twenty-three other presidents tied for third 4) Jimmy Carty came in 4th 5) Obama was fifth Heh. gig'em!
  • Anti-Gun Aggies?!

    12/09/2013 2:47:19 PM PST · by thetallguy24 · 16 replies
    Empower Texans ^ | 12/07/2013 | Michael Quinn Sullican
    Everyone laughed when Texas A&M went and bought itself a law school. Now the joke really is on conservative Aggies, with word that the dean selection committee includes a professor who says the Second Amendment should be repealed and tells students that the U.S. Constitution is outdated. One can only wonder what prominent, pro-gun, pro-constitution conservative Aggie officials like Governor Rick Perry, Attorney General-hopeful Barry Smitherman, Lieutenant Governor-hopefuls Jerry Patterson and Todd Staples have to say about the decidedly out-there views of Professor Mary Margaret “Meg” Penrose. Or even about the circumstances that allowed her to be among those deciding...
  • Heisman 2012 [Sports Vanity]

    11/27/2012 9:48:27 AM PST · by re_nortex · 73 replies
    11-27-2012 | re_nortex
    At this point of the college football season, with some crucial games still on tap for this weekend, the frontrunners in the Heisman race are A&M's sensational freshman QB Johnny Manziel and game-changer Manti Te'o of Notre Dame. Still in the hunt was once heavily-favored Colin Klein of Kansas State. Vanishing completely after an impressive start is West Virginia's Geno Smith. I'd personally like to see Johnny Manziel win the trophy this year and the odds are evidently in his favor. But, to play the part of a contrarian, here's what could derail the hopes of those backing him for...
  • Gunman on Texas A&M campus apprehended, 'multiple people' shot: report

    08/13/2012 11:36:46 AM PDT · by RKBA Democrat · 194 replies
    NY Post ^ | 8-13-12 | Associated Progressives
    Texas A&M University says a shooter has been taken into custody near its campus in College Station. College Station police spokeswoman Rhonda Seaton tells CNN multiple people have been shot, including law enforcement, but she doesn't know the extent of the injuries.
  • Brother, can you spare a dime to help out the Aggies?

    12/05/2011 10:28:16 AM PST · by trumandogz · 30 replies
    Houston Chronicle ^ | 12.2,11 | Richard Justice
    OK, there was that $16-million budget deficit. I believe that may have been taken care of. Now the fired coach is owed $8.8 million, while the new coach is going to want at least $3 million a year, possibly closer to $4 million if the Aggies get into a bidding war for Kevin Sumlin. Does anyone know if Coach Fran has been paid off yet? He got himself a very nice parting gift. Speaking of parting gift, there’s that whole Big 12 exit fee. I’ve heard numbers ranging from $5 million to $12 million. I’m not sure what the final...
  • Longhorns win final game against Aggies and win Series 76-37–5

    11/24/2011 9:13:51 PM PST · by trumandogz · 71 replies
    Good Bye to A&M!
  • Rick Perry forgot when the American Revolution happened

    10/12/2011 12:12:25 PM PDT · by trumandogz · 39 replies
    Poor Gov. Rick Perry. He’s admitted that political debates aren’t his thing and that his college grades weren’t anything to brag about. But then, he missed the date of a major piece of American history (the Revolutionary War) by 200 years, ABC points out.
  • Razorbacks rally from 18 down to beat Aggies 42-38

    10/01/2011 1:51:34 PM PDT · by trumandogz · 17 replies
    Houston Chron ^ | 10.1.11 | JAIME ARON
    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Tyler Wilson, Jarius Wright and the No. 18 Arkansas Razorbacks gave No. 14 Texas A&M a rude preview of what to expect in the SEC next season.
  • Report of man on Texas A&M's campus with gun

    03/06/2009 3:37:35 PM PST · by WheresMyBailout · 21 replies · 1,648+ views
    Report of man with gun in HR Bright bldg near Chem,Police searching. Seek shelter, avoid area. 5:26pm 3-06-09
  • 1 Dead, 4 Injured In Blackhawk Crash At Texas A&M

    01/13/2009 10:23:40 PM PST · by Paleo Conservative · 9 replies · 580+ views
    CBS 11 (DFW) ^ | Jan 12, 2009 9:18 pm US/Central | Staff
    COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) ― One person was killed and four others injured when an Army Blackhawk helicopter on a field training exercise crashed Monday into a field on the campus of Texas A&M University. The helicopter crashed at about 3:30 p.m. near the Corps of Cadets field on the school's College Station campus, about 100 miles northwest of Houston. A crew of four and an Army lieutenant assigned to the school's ROTC unit were the only ones aboard the BlaOne person was killed and four others injured when an Army Black Hawk helicopter on a field training exercise crashed...
  • Texas A&M to cut tuition for summer session

    11/24/2007 8:41:15 AM PST · by Paleo Conservative · 31 replies · 642+ views
    AP via Dallas Mourning News ^ | 09:11 AM CST on Saturday, November 24, 2007 | Staff
    COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M University officials are trying to lure more students to take summer classes by slashing tuition in half. Under the experimental program, tuition for undergraduates who are Texas residents will drop from $156 to $75 per credit hour in the second summer school session of 2008. University officials and state lawmakers say the move could reduce the time students take to earn a bachelor's degree. If students graduate sooner, they free up seats for more incoming students. ..................... A similar offer at California universities six years ago led to several campuses seeing sizable gains in...
  • Aggies beat rival Texas, 100-82

    02/05/2007 9:27:03 PM PST · by Paleo Conservative · 16 replies · 234+ views ^ | February 5, 2007 11:05 PM | KRISTIE RIEKEN
    COLLEGE STATION - Josh Carter scored 24 points and Acie Law added 21 points and 15 assists, leading No. 6 Texas A&M to a 100-82 victory over Texas on Monday night. The Aggies, coming off a big win at then-No. 6 Kansas on Saturday, won their 21st straight home game and maintained sole possession of first place in the Big 12. Kevin Durant had 28 points and 15 rebounds for the Longhorns (16-7, 6-3 Big 12), but the Aggies finally found some scoring punch to go with one of the nation's stingiest defenses - and that was too much...
  • Aggies end Kansas' home streak against Big 12 South

    02/03/2007 9:19:16 PM PST · by Paleo Conservative · 11 replies · 181+ views ^ | February 3, 2007 10:52 PM | DOUG TUCKER
    LAWRENCE, Kan. - Acie Law scored 23 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 21 seconds left, and No. 10 Texas A&M took over first place in the Big 12 with a 69-66 victory Saturday night over No. 6 Kansas. The Jayhawks (19-4 overall, 6-2 Big 12) went up 62-52 with 6:33 to play on Sasha Kaun's baseline hook shot. But then Law led the Aggies on a 12-2 spree, capped by a three-point play by Antanas Kavaliauskas that made it 64-all with a minute to play. Julian Wright worked inside for a bank shot with 45 seconds left that...
  • McCain To Speak At Bush Library

    03/22/2006 5:29:33 AM PST · by texianyankee · 6 replies · 242+ views
    The Bryan-College Station Eagle ^ | March 22, 2006 | Eagle Staff Report
    McCain To Speak At Bush Library U.S. Sen. John McCain is scheduled to speak April 3 at the George Bush Presidential Library Center. McCain, Arizona's senior senator, sought the Republican nomination for president in 2000. He is the chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs and serves on Senate committees for armed services, commerce, science and transportation. He will speak at the Bush center at 5 p.m. as this spring's installment of the Twanna M. Powell Lecture Series, which brings distinguished leaders and experts to A&M to speak about major public policy issues. Free tickets are required. Tickets are...
  • Dixie Chicken Offering Items For Auction

    03/18/2006 5:28:36 AM PST · by texianyankee · 17 replies · 716+ views
    The Bryan-College Station Eagle ^ | March 18, 2006 | LAURA HENSLEY
    Dixie Chicken Offering Items For Auction The owners of the famous Dixie Chicken are giving patrons the opportunity to take home a piece of their favorite bar. Hundreds of items, including graffiti-carved domino tables, ladder-back chairs, stuffed deer heads - even a walk-in cooler and an old upright piano - will be on sale March 25 during a "spring cleaning" auction. Auctioneer Craig Conlee digs through some of the items from the Dixie Chicken that will be up for auction. Bidding on taxidermy items, domino tables and an assortment of chairs will take place March 25. The sale is merely...
  • 12th Man Heads To Court

    01/31/2006 4:46:36 AM PST · by texianyankee · 38 replies · 751+ views
    The Bryan-College Station Eagle ^ | January 31, 2006 | ROBERT CESSNA
    A local district judge on Monday signed a temporary restraining order against the Seattle Seahawks, directing them to stop using the 12th Man slogan until a ruling is made on whether it is a licensed trademark belonging to Texas A&M University. The restraining order, filed by A&M and signed by District Judge J.D. Langley, sets a 1:30 p.m. Thursday hearing in the 85th District Court at the Brazos County Courthouse. Seattle, which will play Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XL on Sunday in Detroit, has received national attention in recent weeks for its devoted fans, whom it calls the 12th Man....
  • A&M Tells Seahawks To Quit Using "12th Man" Trademark

    01/29/2006 6:43:05 AM PST · by texianyankee · 36 replies · 476+ views
    Bryan-College Station Eagle ^ | January 29, 2006 | Associated Press
    The Seattle Seahawks are facing the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Super Bowl, but they have an off-the-field battle brewing with Texas A&M University. School officials are upset with the Seahawks' use of the "12th Man" theme to recognize their fan support. A&M has legal claims to the "12th Man" moniker, a school tradition that dates to the 1920s. The Seahawks have celebrated their fans as a "12th Man" since the 1980s, when they used to turn the now-demolished Kingdome into one of the NFL's loudest venues. The team retired the No. 12 in 1984. Now, a No. 12 flag waves...
  • A&M officials may face trial

    10/03/2005 4:59:27 PM PDT · by PAR35 · 287+ views
    Dallas Morning News ^ | September 30, 2005 | JENNIFER EMILY
    Families try to revive lawsuit over deadly 1999 bonfire collapse PLANO – The families of those killed or injured when a bonfire collapsed at Texas A&M University several years ago asked the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday to revive their lawsuit. Attorneys representing 11 deceased and injured wanted the court to reconsider a lower court's May 2004 decision that dismissed the suit. The families allege the university failed to oversee the 59-foot bonfire, resulting in a "state-created danger." The judge who dismissed the case in May said the concept of "created danger" did not exist in 1999....
  • Bernard Schriever's Stifling Shadow

    07/04/2005 3:13:22 PM PDT · by Paleo Conservative · 17 replies · 421+ views
    Spacedaily ^ | Sep 28, 2004 | Jeffrey F. Bell
    OPINION SPACE Bernard Schriever's Stifling Shadow 'Schriever's management techniques have stood the test of time while von Braun's have proven a dismal failure'. 'Schriever's management techniques have stood the test of time while von Braun's have proven a dismal failure'. by Jeffrey F. Bell Honolulu HI (SPX) Sep 28, 2004 With the launch of the 476th and last example of the Atlas booster family, it's time to take a look back at this vehicle, its siblings Thor/Delta and Titan, and its father, USAF Lt. Gen. Bernard Schriever. If you just said "Who?", you aren't alone. Most Space Cadets can...
  • Preserving the Buffalos: Fate of Texas Herd Rests with Donated Bulls

    02/06/2005 3:18:49 PM PST · by Theodore R. · 30 replies · 879+ views
    Laredo, TX, Morning Times ^ | 02-06-05 | Blaney, Betsy
    Preserving the buffalos Fate of Texas herd rests with donated bulls By BETSY BLANEY Associated Press CAPROCK CANYONS STATE PARK, Texas The rumble from stampeding bison used to shake the earth as thousands of the majestic animals thundered across these parts centuries ago. That sound has faded almost entirely now, and the fate of one of the last pure herds in North America begun by famed cattleman Charles Goodnight rests with a trio of bulls donated by media tycoon Ted Turner. The herd, once 250 strong, has dwindled to 53, and more than a century of inbreeding threatens it survival....
  • Editorial: Censoring the Message - David Horowitz

    11/23/2004 7:13:41 PM PST · by LaserLock · 17 replies · 1,020+ views
    FrontPage Magazine ^ | November 23, 2004 | By David Horowitz
    We are currently running a campaign to put an ad in as many college newspapers as is possible, which points out that the war on terror is seamless: the Islamic radicals who want to destroy the state of Israel are the same radicals who want to destroy us. This is a vital point to understand in the war on terror because the principal way our enemies seek to divide us and sap our will to resist is by arguing that our policies are a "root cause" of the attacks against us. Many who do not support the terrorists nonetheless will...
  • A cool idea: Taming the habanero

    11/21/2004 2:43:59 PM PST · by Paleo Conservative · 117 replies · 2,509+ views
    New York Times ^ | November 21, 2004 P | Ralph Blumenthal
    WESLACO, Tex., Nov. 18 - It's a burning issue for some hot-pepper lovers: Whatever possessed Kevin M. Crosby to create the mild habanero? For Dr. Crosby, a plant geneticist at the Texas A&M Agricultural Experiment Station here near the Mexican border, the answer is simple: "I'm not going to take away the regular habanero. You can still grow and eat that, if you want to kill yourself." But for those who prize the fieriest domesticated Capsicum for its taste and health-boosting qualities, Dr. Crosby and the research station in the Rio Grande Valley have developed and patented the TAM Mild...
  • Texas Universities Must Wait One Year Before Making Changes (Racial Admission Policies}

    12/29/2003 6:14:36 AM PST · by Theodore R. · 1 replies · 123+ views
    Universities must wait one year before making changes UT considers race-based college admissions policy AUSTIN (AP) — Ethnic diversity at the University of Texas at Austin remains low more than a decade after four white students filed a lawsuit against the nation's largest university, setting off the demise of affirmative action in Texas. The university is considering a new admissions policy that would include race as a factor in selecting students in an effort to boost minority enrollment — a move allowed by a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in 2003. "We've seen significant improvement in diversity on campus, but I...
  • Gay tolerance brings controversy to faculty _TAMU Gay TakeOver

    04/02/2003 7:27:17 AM PST · by steplock · 15 replies · 104+ views
    The Battalion ^ | Apr 2, 2003 | Rolando Garcia
    Gay tolerance brings controversy to faculty By Rolando Garcia March 26, 2003 A bitter controversy that erupted last month in the College of Education regarding a proposed tolerance statement for homosexuals has prompted faculty members to accuse each other of bigotry, and some to question whether Dean Jane Conoley is imposing her political views on the college. The college's faculty advisory committee will meet today to vote on a final draft of a diversity statement it first proposed Feb. 4. Eight professors, including Stephen Crouse, associate dean of the college, signed a letter objecting to the statement, which says faculty...
  • Divestment campaign too simplistic to succeed

    10/16/2002 9:54:21 AM PDT · by NorCoGOP · 4 replies · 303+ views
    The Battalion (Texas A&M U.) ^ | 10/15/02 | Collins Ezeanyim
    COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- In the early 1980s, college students helped to eliminate the apartheid regime from South Africa through a divestment campaign, according to Time and Newsweek. This is a movement by students to pressure their universities to review their investment portfolios and eliminate stocks of companies they believe are aiding human injustices. The anti-apartheid divestment movement is a shining example of how focused and passionate college students can organize and make a difference in the world. Now a new divestment movement is sweeping campuses from coast to coast. According to Time, the campaign involves students' efforts to pressure...