On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a Texas A&M professor explains that destructive rhetoric helped empower the Nazi regime to murder 6 million Jews and how today's 'coded' anti-Semitism can be identified.
Texas A&M offers prevention tips and other resources.
State and local health officials are monitoring the individual.
Marketing student LeAnn Percivill ’20 was nationally recognized as a next-generation leader.
The students received bachelor's degrees in public health at December commencement ceremonies.
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 President’s Excellence Fund provides $3 million for innovative and interdisciplinary research that addresses the world’s greatest challenges.
President Michael. K Young will join a few select leaders from top research universities to gather ideas and share best practices at a meeting today in Silicon Valley.
The five students, members of the university's Corps of Cadets, have a goal of raising $15,000.
The tobacco-free policy will apply to all Texas A&M University campuses and other college sites.