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New bill may change the definition of sexual consent
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Pentagon wants to learn how ISIS commands and controls its forces in Syria before U.S. launches any airstrikes there
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Latest truce holding in Gaza hours after it began
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Burger King deal stirs up Washington rancor, but will it spur action?
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Third Annual Gary Blair Coaching Academy Takes Place Oct. 4-5
The third annual Gary Blair Coaching Academy has been set for October 4-5 at Reed Arena.
Aggie Family Mourns the Loss of Homer Jacobs '87
The Aggie family mourns the loss of Homer Jacobs '87 who left this world much too soon on August 26, 2014.
Texas A&M-KSU Contest Tabbed for ESPNU Broadcast
The Texas A&M men's basketball program announced Tuesday that the Aggies' contest against Kansas State inside Kansas City's Sprint Center on Dec. 20 will be broadcast nationally on ESPNU at 6 p.m.
Aggie Volleyball Team Holds Maroon-White Scrimmage
The Texas A&M volleyball team held its annual Maroon-White scrimmage today at Reed Arena. The team, which has been practicing since August 9, was playing in front of a crowd for the first time.
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Texas A&M Baseball announced its schedule for the 2015 season, a 56-game slate that features 36 home games in the friendly confines of Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park.
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