Author: Azalea Andrade

Rosie the Riveter Statue Dedication

Rosie the Riveter represents all the hard-working women of World War II. Veterans Memorial and the National Honor Society of Daughters of the American Revolution are hosting an event for the dedication of a statue of Rosie the Riveter right here in College Station. The event will take place at the Veterans Memorial Park on December 7, at noon. As history has been written, Rosie the Riveter represents every woman who worked extremely hard during WWII to keep the home front stable. Since the men were on the battlefield, women did jobs that were usually assigned to men. Pamela...

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2nd Annual Aggie Horse Fair

In Texas, horses are very admired and well taken care of. In the Bryan-College Station area specifically, horses are even a significant part of Texas A&M, with the great equestrian team and Parsons Mounted Cavalry. This year, the Texas A&M Equine Initiative and Time to Ride will be hosting the 2nd Annual Aggie Horse Fair on December 9th. Located at the Thomas G. Hildebrand, DVM ’56 Equine Complex, the Aggie Horse Fair will be full of fun for the whole family. There will be different exhibitions of horses, where you can pet the animals and maybe even ride them....

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Blake’s Steaks Opens Brick and Mortar

Blake Zeitman started off his dream of running a food business with a food truck. Five years later, he is finally opening up a brick and mortar version of Blake’s Steaks right off University Drive in College Station. He has many plans for the business, and the future’s looking bright. “I have always loved food. My passion has evolved over the years and turned itself into a business,” Zeitman said. He knew he wanted to fill a gap in the food industry here in BCS, so he went on an adventure. “I went on a road trip, ate lots...

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Roommate Tips for a Better Living Situation

As college students, we look for people to live with in order to make rent cheaper because, well, school takes all our money. In the process of looking for a roommate, we want to make sure that their characteristics match with our expectations, but sometimes things do not always work out as planned. Here are a few tips in order to make your living situation go as smooth as possible. If something bothers you, tell them. Do not be the petty roommate who passive aggressively makes moves but never says anything bluntly. This will save your time and energy...

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Choro Das Tres at Icehouse on Main

We all know that the BCS area is known for its love for country music. Something country is usually going on around town, but this time country is taking a back seat. Instead, the spotlight is on a Brazilian band named Choro Das Tres. Choro Das Tres will be at the Icehouse on Main on November 11. Choro Das Tres is not your typical band. In 2002, three sisters and their father started the group based on their interest in Altamiro Carrilho, a Brazilian musician and composer. Their main focus is instrumental, therefore most of their songs are nonverbal....

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