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A Texas A&M sociology professor explains the term and discusses the implications of fatphobia on society.
The state senator born into slavery embodied the social and political currents of Southern Reconstruction. Why did it take so long to bring his story into the spotlight?
Black teachers in the segregated South – especially women – played critical roles in preserving knowledge that might’ve otherwise been lost to history.
This Presidents Day, learn about the U.S. presidents who have visited Aggieland, including five in just one day.
Composer and multimedia artist DJ Spooky will discuss how he makes music by combining math and data.
‘In the Bleak Midwinter’ didn’t begin life as a song, but being set to music helped it find fame.
Evergreens have long served as symbols of life during the bleakness of winter. But Queen Victoria spurred the tradition that has become a global phenomenon.
The event will be an introduction for community members to the School of Performance, Visual and Fine Arts.
A professor of history explains that most modern Thanksgiving traditions began in the mid-19th century, more than two centuries after the Pilgrims’ first harvest celebration.