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George Lucas on what's wrong with the movie business
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Your taxes funding Nazi war criminals' retirement?
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Symbol of ISIS hate becomes rallying cry for Christians
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A&M?s Deheza and Pierson Advance to Finals
Texas A&M's Ines Deheza and Rachel Pierson will compete in the doubles championship match at the ITA/USTA Regional Championships after defeating Baylor's Kelley Anderson and Blair Shankle in a thrilling 6-4, 4-6, 13-11 semifinal match today.
Pair of Aggies Stay Alive at USTA/ITA Regional
The Texas A&M men's tennis team advanced a pair to the third day of the USTA/ITA Texas Regional, hosted at the Mitchell Tennis Center on Texas A&M's west campus. The tournament will play through Tuesday afternoon; winners will advance to the ITA National Indoors in New York in early November.
Texas A&M Golfers Finish Ninth at U.S. Collegiate
The Texas A&M men's golf team wrapped up its fall schedule Sunday at the Golf Club of Georgia, finishing the U.S. Collegiate Championship in ninth place.
Aggies Deal Mississippi State a 3-0 Loss
Texas A&M's 3-0 victory over the Mississippi State Bulldogs happened in Starkville, but the result won't stay in Starkville as it kept the Aggies in first place in the SEC standings heading into the last three matches of the regular-season.
Aggies Earn 3-2 Road Win Over South Carolina
Texas A&M picked up a key 3-2 road win over South Carolina on Sunday afternoon.
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