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5 Things You Need To Know — Week Of April 3

April 4, 2017


Flags Honoring Aggies’ Service In WWI Return Home From Austin After Almost 90 Years

After almost 90 years, two flags created in 1929 to honor the more than 50 Aggies who lost their lives and the approximate 2,000 Texas A&M University students, faculty and staff who served in World War I are returning home to College Station from Austin.


Oldest, Largest Section Of U.S. Army Field Band To Perform Concert At Texas A&M

Together, the Concert Band and Soldiers’ Chorus of the United States Army Field Band are performing a free concert sponsored by the Academy for the Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) at Texas A&M University on Saturday, April 15 at 7:30 p.m. in Rudder Auditorium.


Reduce Parking Ticket Fees With ‘Donations For Citations’ Through April 14

Texas A&M University Transportation Services is hosting “Donations for Citations,” where customers with any parking citation issued before April 3, with a balance due, can donate non-perishable canned goods, dry goods, diapers and personal care items to receive a designated dollar amount up to $30 towards their citation fee.


Texas A&M Chemistry Prof David Bergbreiter Named Among 2017 SEC Faculty Awards

David Bergbreiter, Regents Professor of Chemistry at Texas A&M, has been named one of 14 Southeastern Conference (SEC) faculty winners of the 2017 SEC Faculty Achievement Awards, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey has announced.


View Historic Ships At ‘Shipwreck Weekend’ April 5-8

The Department of Anthropology will host The Ships that Changed History symposium April 5-7, 2017, and Shipwreck Weekend on April 8, 2017.

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