Since 2004, Maroon Weekly has been where Aggieland turns to discover what’s happening in the Brazos Valley. With access to 100,000 readers each week, Maroon Weekly is your premiere guide to all things BCS. Live in the now.
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Our readers pick up Maroon Weekly at more than 200 locations each week. Readers turn to Maroon Weekly’s print version every week to plan their social calendar and to discover the latest in entertainment, arts, and culture.
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Meet the Team
Chris arrived in Bryan/College Station in 2008 when he transferred to A&M to finish school. Two degrees later he is still here and now proudly calls Aggieland home. He spends his time off with his amazing wife Leisha and their daughter Landry. In addition to his role with Maroon Weekly, Chris is also the College Pastor at Brazos Fellowship and the PA Announcer for Texas A&M Softball.
Chance Okonski is a Bryan/College Station local and wears multiple hats within the community. Outside of being the Owner and Founder of KIE Men’s Shoppe, Chance is a publsihed Menswear Blogger, Celebrity Stylist and the Co-Owner/Creative Director of Maroon Weekly. His local ties to the Brazos Valley and geniuine passion for supporting others shine through in all that he does.
Father, Founder of Sour Apple Repair & Co-Owner Maroon Weekly.
Linley Stringer is a member of the fightin’ Texas Aggie class of 2015. She loves Aggieland and couldn’t bring herself to leave after graduation. When she isn’t working on Maroon Weekly, she is preparing to move overseas for missions this fall and absolutely cannot wait! Right now, though, she’s loving being in College Station, getting to use her English degree, and spending time with friends and family.
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Alicia Torres is a senior Agricultural Communications and Journalism major at Texas A&M University, which means she basically lives in AGLS. Along with her position as Marketing Specialist at Maroon Weekly she is also an on-air personality at a local radio station, Candy 95. She is always on the hunt for live music and a reason to take out her camera. Besides loving a good bowl of queso or a zumba class, she also enjoys sharing what Aggieland has to offer. Follow her on social media!