Orderly chaos is how one father described the scene unfolding outside Krueger Hall on Sunday as a steady stream of incoming Texas A&M students -- many with their parents and compliant siblings -- hauled belongings of all shapes and sizes into the dorm.For some of the 11,000 or so students who will call campus home, a few quick trips was all it took to tote bedding, clothes, bathroom supplies and a refrigerator.
At least 200 people packed into a College Station eatery Sunday evening to see and meet with U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke, a Democrat from El Paso who plans to challenge Republican Sen. Ted Cruz for his seat in 2018.The congressman -- who spoke to a standing-room-only crowd at Rosa's Cafe on University Drive as part of a push to visit each of the 254 counties in the state -- dove right in to the recent controversy stirred up after a white nationalist group announced plans to hold a rally on the...
A group of Texas A&M students who first gathered in response to a visit by white nationalists to the university is now planning to renew efforts to bring a statue memorializing former slave and Texas state senator Matthew Gaines to campus.Adam Key, a doctoral student in A&M's department of communications and one of the founders of the group BTHO Hate, said Gaines was instrumental in the passage of a bill authorizing the 1862 federal Morrill Land Grant Act in Texas, which led to the...
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