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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

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Big Event Saturday Marks 31 Years Of Community Service
An estimated record 19,000 Texas A&M students are scheduled to work 1,970 community service jobs Saturday in the annual Big Event, the largest one-day student-run service project in the nation.(more...)

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Bush School Surprises President Bush With Flash Mob
Texas A&M students at the Bush School of Government and Public Service found a novel way to honor the school's founder, President George H.W. Bush, by holding a flash mob. (more...)

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Bad News Again For Monarch Butterflies
Drought conditions and historic wildfires in the past few years have led to a decrease in the number of monarchs, says butterfly expert Craig Wilson, a senior research associate in Texas A&M's Center for Mathematics and Science Education. (more...)

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Nuclear Materials Under Extreme Conditions
Lin Shao, an associate professor of nuclear engineering at Texas A&M is on the hunt for advanced materials that can withstand the harsh environment of a nuclear reactor to make them safer and longer-lasting. (more...)

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Violins Can Mimic The Human Voice
Texas A&M researcher Joseph Nagyvary has produced the first evidence that the Italian violin masters tried to impart specific vowel sounds to their violins, a finding that has the potential to change the way the instruments are made and priced. (more...)

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