The question of whether the U.S. government should compensate the descendants of enslaved and oppressed African Americans is gaining national attention.
An event that facilitates reconciliation between descendants of Nazi perpetrators of the Holocaust and Holocaust survivors will take place at Reed Arena April 7.
The Memorial Student Center Student Conference On Latinx Affairs is set for April 4-6.
Aggies have an opportunity to attend events, activities and workshops to learn how to prevent sexual assault on campus.
Author Colson Whitehead will discuss his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel ‘The Underground Railroad’ April 9 at Texas A&M Brazos Valley Reads initiative.
Cornell University visiting professor Laura Brown will present a lecture on 18th century literary imagination.
The Human Library at Texas A&M gave students a chance to challenge biases in a 30-minute dialogue with human ‘books.’
Texas A&M enrolled 178 National Merit Scholars in the fall 2018 semester, which ranked No.3 among all public universities and No. 7 overall.
A $1 million grant calls on Texas A&M University’s Disability Services and libraries to develop infrastructure and best practices for making textbooks accessible nationwide
The conference is presented by the American Association of University Women at Texas A&M.