This President's Day, learn about the U.S. presidents who have visited Aggieland, including five in just one day.
An international team of researchers found that wild boars mingled with pigs thousands of years ago to change their genetic makeup.
A Texas A&M researcher's work at an archaeological site in China led to the discovery of more than two dozen elongated skulls dating back between 5,000 and 12,000 years.
A doctoral candidate at Texas A&M is part of a team that identified a new species of ancient rhinoceros from fossilized remains found in the U.S.
Texas A&M researchers examine fossilized fecal material from 1,500 years ago from West Texas shelter and confirm amazing findings about people in the region.
Author Colson Whitehead will discuss his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel ‘The Underground Railroad’ April 9 at Texas A&M Brazos Valley Reads initiative.
Student-led effort to raise money for a statue of Matthew Gaines kicks off.
Henry Clay Dethloff wrote "Texas Aggies Go to War" and "A Centennial History of Texas A&M University, 1876-1976," a title that is considered to be the definitive history of Texas A&M.
A dozen audio stories about Aggies recorded by StoryCorps and complementary murals are on exhibit at J. Wayne Stark Galleries through Jan. 31.
The documentary, based on the Texas A&M Diversity VP’s book, debuts Feb. 7 on Shudder and features an interview from ‘Get Out’ director Jordan Peele.