January 12, 2024
Black-Owned Land Is Under Siege in the Brazos Valley Acre by acre, families have lost long-held property near Bryan and College Station—much of it to the efforts of two men who weaponized arcane documents to acquire plots potentially worth millions. By Nate Blakeslee and Jason Heid November 202320 Lawrence (seated) and Brad Smith at the former site of […]
September 8, 2023
Texas A&M Associate Dean and English professor Dr. Terri Pantuso is leading a collaborative $1.2 million Texas Higher Educational Coordinating Board effort to elevate student learning and improve writing instruction, reading comprehension skills and Texas Success Initiative assessment outcomes. English Faculty, Grad Students Lead Initiative To Develop Open Access Writing Curriculum
June 2, 2023
Click the link to access full article: ‘Across the Spider-Verse’ and the Latino legacy of Spider-Man As a Latino literature and media scholar, a lifelong gamer and a Guatemalan-American girl whose dad read her comics every night, I quickly became a fan and then scholar of Miles Morales, the Afro-Puerto Rican Spider-Man who first appeared in […]
March 21, 2023
Brazos Valley Reads 2023: Emmy Pérez – “From Storytelling Roots: Poetics of Resistance, Belonging, & Love”
Pérez will speak to the Brazos Valley community on April 3rd, 2023 in the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center at 7:00pm
May 10, 2022
Poetry Selected From Dr. Francis's Creative Writing Class
On April 5th, Stark Gallery was full of Texas A&M University students celebrating their Asian-American heritage and their many accomplishments over the course of the school year.
March 31, 2022
Attica Locke will discuss her award winning novels and screenwriting works as part of the Brazos Valley reads initiative at 7pm on April 6.
February 24, 2022
Professor Amy Earhart and her undergraduate students are working to create a historical marker honoring the victims of what is believed to be the largest incident of racial violence in Reconstruction Texas.
December 22, 2021
Why did she do all the work and Santa got all the glory? What would happen if she delivered the toys?
July 30, 2021
A new assistive technology, "Reord," has been created to make Old English more accessible for visually impaired students.