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Texas A&M University has been ranked as the fittest college in the country by Active Times, a New York-based publication that promotes healthy living.
It turns out that there are some good reasons why the former Governor and GOP Presidential nominee is allowing his name to be circulated as a potential candidate in 2016.
Parenting with Scripture is an easy to use topical resource that parents of toddlers through teens can use when teachable moments arise.
Learn the fundamentals of planning and orchestrating social events with a Certified Wedding and Event Planning course through Education on Demand at West Texas A&M University.
"Started Small & Just Got Lucky Living With The Curse Of A Curious Mind" is an autobiographical/historical account of consulting nutritionist Kenneth Eng's 50-year career.
It had seemed to the four clean-cut college freshman that night like a typical McDonald's: spanking clean, well-lighted, and safe.
Employers and others with stakes in what courses will be offered at West Texas A&M University's planned downtown campus will get a chance to talk about it today at Amarillo Chamber of Commerce.
Aug. 20, 2014 - NAFCU announced that it has promoted Curt Long from senior economist to chief economist and director of research and Doug Christman from research assistant to staff economist.
The University of Houston's attempt at shaking off its commuter school reputation, requiring all freshman students to live on campus is apparently dead after State Sen. John Whitmire gave the administration push back on the plan.
Newly published author, Randy Schmidt, age 25, has fed his appetite for travel with two trips to Europe, but plans to continue traveling with his family and fueling his imagination and inspiration for upcoming novels.
It's a busy week for West Texas A&M University's Buffalo Club, the group of supporters, donors and volunteers that donate their time and efforts to the WTAMU Athletic Program.
UT was not the only Texas school to crack the Center for World-Class Universities' ranking.
Nudged by a father who trained racehorses, Dr. Orlando Garza set off to study veterinary medicine in College Station 35 years ago.
Officers are Eileene Moss, president; Karen Vandivere, first vice president; Paige Brown, second vice president; Kara Bailey, recording secretary; Julia O'Dell, corresponding secretary/public relations; Debra Wilcox, treasurer; Michele Sheffield, student affiliate chairman; Karen Vandivere, parliamentarian/historian; and Paige Brown, immediate past ... (more)
Months before the flood of young undocumented Central American migrants at the Texas border became national news, law students Oscar Escoto and Awilda Rodriguez noticed the increase and began to help.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 02:10 pm
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