April 8, 1980: Former Texas A&M defensive back Sammy Davis was born. Davis played for the Aggies from 1999 to 2002 and nabbed 11 interceptions.
The work is meant to prevent mining, industrial and home accidents, predict the path of wildfires, make high-speed engines run more efficiently and potentially increase the understanding of supernovas.
Today is National Coffee Day, and chances are good singer-songwriter and Texas A&M graduate Lyle Lovett has enjoyed a cup or two. There ar…
Texas A&M University is hosting its fourth annual suicide awareness and prevention campaign throughout September as part of National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and World Suicide Prevention Day.
Aggieland Pets with a Purpose and their volunteers have been sharing their four-legged companions' affection with the Brazos Valley since 2002.
For nearly 34 years, the staff and volunteers at the Brazos Valley Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse (BVCASA) have worked to break the cycle of dependence on alcohol and drugs. It provides area residents with substance abuse prevention education as well as intervention and treatment services.
Lynnsie Ruffino received her bachelor's and master's degrees years before moving on to work as a researcher for M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. She returned to the Texas A&M campus on Wednesday to join a panel of experts -- but not to discuss her cancer research.
Researchers at Texas A&M University's Health Science Center are working to develop new ways to minimize brain damage in seizure patients using a nasally administered compound to decrease potentially harmful swelling.
M. Night Shyamalan just can't leave well enough alone. In "Split," the writer-director's new psychological thriller, "well enough" is James McAvoy's remarkable (if distractingly showboat-y) turn as the film's villain Kevin, a man with dissociative identity disorder (previously known as multiple personality disorder).
Texas A&M University researchers are looking at how mosquito-borne viruses such as Zika affect insect carriers and how that information can be used to decrease the impact on humans.
For Zachary Lawrence at Texas A&M, Aggie roots run deep. Extremely deep.
John Comstock drew a few stares as he sat inside the entrance of Bonfire Memorial on Tuesday, the eve of the 10th anniversary of the collapse.
For most of the 27 injured when Bonfire crashed to the ground, life went on.
Jeremy Richard Frampton
Faculty, staff and students across Texas A&M University are ready to assist those stricken by Thursday's Bonfire tragedy.