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Friday, December 7, 2012

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Texas A&M Maintains Tradition While Advancing To Future
Members of the administration, faculty and student body celebrate Texas A&M's rich history while sharing their hopes for the future of the university and its students.(more...)

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Storms Could Weaken Texas Drought, Says Texas A&M Prof
John Nielsen-Gammon, professor of atmospheric sciences and state climatologist, says although Texas is in a moderate-to-severe drought, a looming storm may bring some relief. (more...)

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Texas A&M Helps "Engineer" Texas Educational Pipeline
Through outreach efforts like the Krisys Robotics Workshop for high school students in the state of Texas, Texas A&M is building the educational pipeline in high-need STEM areas. (more...)

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Americans Support Renewable Energy, Don't Want To Pay
A Texas A&M poll reveals that Americans support the development of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency, though not if it means increasing the price of gasoline. (more...)

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Students Collaborate On Chinese Cancer Center Design
Texas A&M architecture students collaborated with students in Oklahoma and China to develop a master plan for a cancer center and rehabilitation hospital in Hainan Island, China. (more...)

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