The tobacco-free policy will apply to all Texas A&M University campuses and other college sites.
Bush School and Bush Foundation leaders reflect on a year of changes and share what the future holds for the institutions that bear the 41st president’s name.
NASA is investing $2 million in cutting-edge thermal technology to make regulating temperatures during lunar missions possible.
Before hanging up their keys, Texas A&M student bus drivers gave family and friends a ride to their final stop
Fall graduate Erica Garza was able to spend her time at Texas A&M pursuing two of her greatest passions: dancing and engineering.
A professor in the Department of Mathematics, Paulo Lima-Filho will oversee the new Math Learning Center.
Marine biologist Christine Figgener became known worldwide after a video of her removing a plastic straw from the nose of a sea turtle went viral, helping spur the movement to eliminate the plastic straws.
If you plan to travel during the holidays, keep this advice from the Texas A&M College of Medicine in mind for a memorable — and safe — trip.
As wild pig territory expands into city limits, public health and safety concerns increase, according to the Texas A&M AgriLife Extensive Service.
Judge Lady is the first bear to be treated with TomoTherapy, a system found at only one other veterinary hospital in the world.
Ana Sirovic hopes to learn more about human movement and whale strikes, and how that data can possibly save the species that could face extinction.
The construction sophomore captured first place in a Christmas lighting competition for the display at his family’s Austin home.
Texas A&M statistics major Alex Peters '21 is working on a yearlong research project to determine the potential affect adequate food intake may have on academic retention and GPA in freshmen students.