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Graduate student chosen for honors seminar

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By Sebastian Maldonado Andrea Terry, a doctoral student from Department of Communication, was selected to attend the National Communication Association (NCA) Doctoral Honors Seminar this summer, along with 33 other highly-regarded communication scholars. Andrea Terry The annual seminar is sponsored by the NCA to assemble distinguished faculty and doctoral students from around the country to […]

Senior liberal arts student has fantasy novel published


Senior anthropology and music major Kerri Allred achieved a major breakthrough in her writing career by having her first novel, “The Grimsah Forest,” published Jan. 1. The Liberal Arts student was recognized in the campus paper, The Battalion, where you can learn more about her major success by clicking the link below.

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Liberal Arts cadet named student regent

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Gabriel Pereira Gov. Greg Abbott has appointed political science major Gabriel Pereira’16 of College Station as student regent for the Texas A&M University System. “Receiving the appointment as student regent for the Texas A&M University System is an honor and a privilege, carrying with it the significant responsibility of representing the entire student body of […]

History lecturer named Student Veteran Supporter of the Year

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William (Bill) Collopy (middle) William (Bill) Collopy, a lecturer with the Department of History, has been named the Veteran Supporter of the Year by Texas A&M University’s Veteran Resource and Support Center. This recognition was coordinated by the center’s new Faculty, Staff & Advisor Veteran Support Recognition Program, which allows graduating veteran students to identify […]

Graduate Student represents A&M in 3MT regional competition

Graduate student of History Department, Brittany Bounds

Graduate student of History Department, Brittany Bounds By Tyler Webb Liberal Arts third-semester graduate student and U.S. history instructor Brittany Bounds won first place in the second annual university-level Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, propelling her to regionals where she will represent the university in New Orleans on March 8. She presented her dissertation, “The […]

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Student initiates career with SGA and the College of Liberal Arts


Sophomore psychology student, Hannah Wimberly Sophomore College of Liberal Arts student Hannah Wimberly wants to get inside of your head. As a psychology major, she is working to understand the human mind. In her involvement with the Student Government Association (SGA), she is working to apply these understandings to make campus a better place. Through […]