Professor of Communication Leroy Dorsey explains the rhetorical devices used by Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. in his 1963 speech and reflects on why the address remains relevant.
The civil rights leader's legacy was honored at Texas A&M's 13th annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast.
The march will be on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, this Monday, Jan. 20.
The new facility will house the Offices of the Dean of Student Life, Disability Resources and many other offices geared toward helping students.
The Academic Building has been a familiar campus landmark to Aggies since its construction in 1914, and has a fascinating history.
A drug developed by a Texas A&M professor has shown to improve cognitive and mood function and reduce inflammation in a Gulf War illness model.
An online tool developed by the Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute will help with the development of wind energy projects compatible with the state's military installations.
Neuroscience researcher Samba Reddy received the recognition from the Association of Biotechnology and Pharmacy.
For the 32nd year, the forum for African American students hosted at Texas A&M continues through Saturday.
Wild and feral animals pose a rabies risk to humans and should never be touched.
The students received bachelor's degrees in public health at December commencement ceremonies.
Debbie Thomas is co-leading an elite international team of scientists aboard the JOIDES Resolution research drillship.
A team lead by a Texas A&M professor are studying machine learning algorithms that could improve prosthetic devices.