Texas A&M President Bowen Loftin’s contract with the University of Missouri, which was executed on November 26, 2013, outlined a six-year $3,1850,000 deal. A copy of the agreement is included in the story.
The Aggie Conservatives send an email to students asking for information to recover missing signs; they include a shocking BuzzFeed-style compilation of abuse against conservatives.
It’s the document Texas A&M University President Dr. Bowen Loftin never wanted you to see: The document containing over a dozen demands that, if approved, would have had a price tag of at least $2.5 million over the next three years, including $2,000,000 in compensation for Loftin. “I would suggest […]Read more ›
University administrators propose an increases in student fees and sports pass prices, but some students are throwing the penalty flag. As each side lines up on the scrimmage line for what is sure to be a battle all the way to the Board of Regents meeting, what does all of this really mean?Read more ›
Exclusive results from Aggie Polling’s Kyle Field Renovation Student Opinion Poll, which was conducted last week. 22.5% of students don’t think Kyle Field needs renovation. What do you think? Read more to find out where you stand in the pack.Read more ›
Editor-in-Cheif Marc Pitts ’13 introduces The Aggie Guardian and the inaugural issue of the Aggie Guardian.Read more ›
Eric Schroeder ’14, staff writer to The Aggie Guardian, gives his take on student fee increases. “With both a poll and a referendum showing that students are overwhelmingly against a permanent increase in student fees, the view of the students is clear: The fees are too dang high.”Read more ›
Senator Chris Russo lends insight into the university’s financial situation and the Kyle Field referendum in this guest column: “Why don’t I trust the university administration to hold up their end of the deal?” Read more to find out!Read more ›
Graduate student Steven Crumpley’s take on selling and trading sports passes. Is it the “Aggie way” to give away your sports pass for free? Or is a free market a fairer alternative?Read more ›
The Pro-Life Aggies (PLA) will host the “Run for Their Lives” 5k this Saturday. The group raised $3,000 for the PLA Pregnant & Parenting Student Scholarship last year.Read more ›