There’s no season like Aggie football season! After the unparalleled success of Texas A&M’s first year in the Southeastern Conference, football games at Kyle Field are bound to become the highlight of your Fall. This season's action is just ramping up with some exciting match-ups over the next few months! But where there are sports, there are people spending hundreds on food supplies and fan gear. The cost can easily add up unless you follow some tried-and-true methods to keep...Continue Reading!
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If you have ever visited historic Downtown Bryan, you have seen the iconic LaSalle Hotel. Towering yet charming, this boutique hotel welcomes guests with a nostalgic feel and all the class that comes with “southern hospitality” The hotel has been owned by the city of Bryan since 2001, but has been around since 1928. It earned a spot on the National Register of Historic Places back in 2000 and has brought tourists and visitors to Bryan and College Station for years. When...Continue Reading!
Students at Texas A&M University can expect to see some changes at their new school this year. In a news release published by Texas A&M University, Dr. R. Bowen Loftin announced his plans to resign as President in the beginning of next year. In a statement published by the Houston Chronicle, Loftin said, “my greatest joy has always been found in our students, That being said, I do miss the opportunity to teach and do research - activities that have...Continue Reading!
The Fourth of July is upon us, and summer celebrations are in full swing in the Brazos Valley. Summer is a time for backyard barbecue, pool parties, vacations and lazy days, a time to get out and enjoy life. But summer is also the deadliest time of the year in our area. Texas is known for being hot, and College Station is no exception. With temperatures soaring past 100, it’s more important than ever to be prepared to keep...Continue Reading!
The twin cities of Bryan/College Station have fallen headlong into very exciting times. The slow and gradual growth of the cities since the days of A&M College of Texas is about to be put into high gear, and the pioneer of most of the changes happening around Aggieland is, not surprisingly, Texas A&M University. A number of factors are responsible for this higher-than-normal speed of growth and development. Primary among these is the university’s initiative towards beefing up a number of...Continue Reading!
Consider yourself warned. On February 16th thousands of high school juniors and seniors will descend with their hopeful parents on Aggieland. Expect move-in weekend amounts of traffic as the uninitiated try to maneuver their way around a rapidly changing campus. All of this hubbub will be caused by Aggieland Saturday, the annual campus-wide open house put on to court bright youngsters interested in Texas A&M. And with Johnny Manziel’s Heisman win bringing national attention to the prestigious football program at...Continue Reading!