Texas A&M research found participants who watched a running shoe commercial with background music had a higher emotional response.
A Texas A&M sport psychology expert shares his perspective.
A Texas A&M rhetoric expert says America's public sphere is broken because propaganda has replaced political communication.
When a call came that kosher meals were needed on board, Chabad at Texas A&M Rabbi Yossi Lazaroff rushed to Galveston to meet the ship, with food and equipment in hand.
Land-grant universities like Texas A&M owe their existence to the dedication of one senator who thought higher education should be available to everyone.
Search-and-rescue crews like Texas A&M Task Force 1 train for such disasters, which are further complicated by threats of inclement weather and building instability.
Transportation researchers say the COVID-19 pandemic made traffic congestion disappear, but not for long.
Reflections on the history and importance of the new national holiday.
A government report on unidentified flying objects is coming soon. Texas A&M astronomer Nick Suntzeff weighs in.
The collection of a former Texas A&M professor includes several rare treasures, such as the gun used to kill Billy the Kid.