Texas A&M Corps of Cadets member Ryan Kreider shielded SMU's Der'rikk Thompson from running into Reveille VIII. After seeing the footage, Commandant of the Corps of Cadets Joe Ramirez insisted to pay for Kreider's boots and since anonymous donors have bought his Aggie Ring and saber as well.
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The Corps of Cadets Army ROTC special unit Rudder’s Rangers performed its annual “Quad Assault” on Thursday at the Texas A&M Quadrangle. The event was a demonstration of light infantry and ranger tactics and featured simulated gunfire with blanks and pyrotechnics.
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Construction workers for Skanska begin their day just after dawn at a job site on the Texas A&M campus with a series of stretching and flexing exersises that include squats, toe-touches, neck-stretches and many other movements designed to warm them up for the tasks ahead at the massive agricultural center project near Reed Arena in College Station. The aim of the short workout is to prevent soft-tissue injuries and build camaraderie among the workers.
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We talked to the man behind the "street version" of "Hullabaloo, Caneck, Caneck." John Barton, a Texas A&M assistant vice chancellor, engineered the flexible road tabs to play the familiar piece of the Aggie War Hymn after Chancellor John Sharp came up with the idea. The tabs on George Bush Drive have become so popular that they've become worn down, but Barton is looking at options to make it a more permanent fixture on streets adjacent to the Texas A&M campus.
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Aggie football players got their first look at the renovated Bright Football Complex on Thursday. The $20.8 million upgrade project includes new meeting rooms, a players' lounge, flat-screen televisions and a new sports medicine facility.
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A talk with U.S. Navy Captain Stan Jones, a graduate of the University of Tennessee, and Lieutenant Commander Christopher Edwards, a Texas A&M University graduate, about their flyover of Kyle Field before their alma maters take the field in a highly anticipated football game between ninth-ranked Tennessee and eighth-ranked A&M, Friday, Oct. 7, 2016, at Easterwood Airport in College Station, Texas. (Timothy Hurst/The Eagle)
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A group of area women have formed a local roller derby team and are looking for new members and a place to play. Members hope the Brazos Valley Derby Girls will be able to join the Women Flat Track Derby Association and play against other teams in the league. http://www.theeagle.com/local/Rolling-with-the-punches
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On Nov. 18, 1999, the bonfire stack at Texas A&M collapsed, leading to the death of 12 Aggies who were at the site. This video is a glimpse at the bonfire memorial. Audio excerpts include clips of the 911 calls after the collapse and vigil held on campus, as well as reflections from current Aggies who were visiting the site on Nov. 18, 2013. More coverage is available at www.MyAggieNation.com and www.theeagle.com.
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This video is about Diamonds and Dirt Barrel Horse Classic. More coverage is available at www.theeagle.com.
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Sam Houston State University drumline exhibition performance at College Station High School on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014. A photo gallery of other drumlines performing is available here: http://www.theeagle.com/gallery/drums-along-the-brazos/collection_c5326a14-67e1-11e4-b934-8715384fefb2.html
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The Eagle recently sat down for a Q&A session with Alyssa Michalke, who will be will be the first woman to lead Texas A&M's Corps of Cadets. She says hopes to use the position to motivate cadets to become "better than what they thought they could be."
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Timm Doolen, a 1991 Aggie graduate, edited and produced a video about bonfire on behalf of the Former Journalism Student Association in 2000. The video was done as a class film project while he was working on his master's degree at the University of North Texas. Kelly Brown, The Eagle's managing editor, was his research assistant on the production. This video is a portion of Doolen's work.
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Texas A&M's De'Vante Harris talks about stepping up his tackling game over the summer, gaining weight and practicing against "the best quarterback in the country." Find out what the cornerback has to say about Johnny "Football" Manziel's skills as a QB. For more coverage, articles and photo galleries, go to www.AggieSports.com.
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Students at Anson Jones Elementary have mad over 100 pumpkins to look like their favorite storybook characters to promote reading while having fun immortalizing their child book heros.
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Rescuing the rescuer: How College Station firefighters came to the aid of a Grimes deputy trying to save a driver Knowing flash flooding is the leading cause of weather-related deaths in Texas, Grimes County Deputy Matt Ortega tried to prevent a stranger from driving through dangerous water rushing over a farm-to-market road south of Navasota last year. The driver ignored him, gunned the accelerator of his truck and what happened next is exactly why the Texas Department of Transportation, along with law enforcement and fire department officials, repeatedly push the slogan “Turn Around, Don’t Drown,” whenever heavy rain hits. As Lt. Chad Phillips and others with the College Station Fire Department were called to help Ortega, they were slowed by accidents on Texas 6 near where two tornadoes had just touched down. In all that chaos during the May 2016 storm, five people were killed in Washington County alone; three of the dead were drivers who were in their vehicles when the flash-floods hit. With flash flooding in the forecast through next week, this Eagle video is a reminder of what can happen and how drivers aren’t just risking their lives, but those working in emergency services. For more on flooding safety, go to Ready.gov; for updates on Texas A&M’s College Station campus - emergency.tamu.edu.
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Johnny Manziel has kept his throwing game under wraps during the NFL combine and Aggie pro day. But at an A&M spring practice, Manziel started tossing the ball in ways that we've never seen before. More coverage is available at www.AggieSports.com.
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