Do you know your food?
Get to know the farmer and the food at Yonder Way Farm.
Monarch butterflies may be named for their large size and majestic beauty, but once again their numbers are anything but king-sized – in fact, 2014 may go down as one of the worst years ever for the colorful insects, says a Texas A&M Monarch watcher who is proposing a national effort to help feed Monarchs.
At the end of this month, the Texas A&M University Veteran Resource & Support Center will be hosting three performances of “Telling Aggieland.” These performances will be the 15th production of a larger effort called “The Telling Project.”
In recognition of April as Child Abuse Prevention Month, Voices For Children/CASA and Scotty’s House Child Advocacy Center are hosting the second annual Dog Tired of Child Abuse Hot Dog Eating Contest.
The Cerebral Gesture opened Saturday, April 5, and is the newest exhibit in Texas A&M University’s Wright Gallery, located on the second floor of Building A in the Langford Architecture Center. The exhibit features the paintings of the late Professor Alan Stacell, and will run until May 10.
Picture the moment: a man grasps his chest, struggling for breath and unable to stand while people begin to frantically call for a doctor before it is too late. It is assumed heart attacks are impossible not to miss, but in reality, heart attacks in women often go unnoticed posing a fatal risk.
The Telehealth Counseling Clinic is a non-profit organization providing mental health services to underserved residents in the Brazos Valley area. Supervised by a doctoral-level staff, Texas A&M doctoral students in the APA-accredited counseling psychology program provide videoconference counseling services to individuals in need.