Author: Devika Singh

Movies For Every College Occasion

Diving deeper into the spring semester, we look for ways to make our nights more eventful, yet still relaxing. Alone-tonight movies “Love Actually” (2003) The intertwined stories in this movie will strengthen your single self esteem and might even provide advice for a potential relationship. “Fatal Attraction” (1987) This drama/thriller might hint that being single isn’t so bad. “Chasing Amy” (1997) This comedy-drama will highlight ridiculous, not-as-common issues in a twisted relationship in which the characters would definitely rather be single! Third date movies “Up” (2009) This Pixar film and any other like has already become a go-to for...

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Anonymous Women Exhibit at The Wright Gallery

Texas A&M displays various art forms throughout the year in different parts of campus, and encourages a more educational and colorful perspective. And this time, students can feel home away from home with the Anonymous Women exhibit by artist and photographer Patty Carroll. The exhibit will be displayed from January 24 to March 16 in the Wright Gallery, located in the College of Architecture’s Langford Architecture Center. The theme of the exhibit is to see home with an artistic and tranquil perspective. Additionally, it is to denounce, satirize, and analyze the perception of a woman’s place only in the...

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What’s Happening at New Republic Brewing Co.

Check out events at College Station’s very own brewery, that will be hosting various live events in February. Thursday, Feb. 9 6 p.m.- 9 p.m. Performer: Glen Tate, acoustic pop singer-songwriter from Bryan, TX Food: Big Ez BBQ Food truck Friday, Feb. 10 5 p.m.- 10 p.m. Performer: Michael Shipley, alternative country singer-songwriter from Fredericksburg, TX Food: DBQ BBQ food truck Saturday, Feb. 11 2 p.m.- 10 p.m. Performer: Kevin Vorbeck, singer-songwriter from Kansas City, MO According to NRB’s website, when asked about his genre, Vorbeck said, “Well, what do you like?” Food: Blake’s Steaks Thursday, Feb. 16 6...

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Aggieland Saturday Introduces Students to Texas A&M

An essential part of being an Aggie is keeping up with age-old traditions and values. Odds are, you have probably tried to familiarize yourself with the various annual university-wide events and even those specific to colleges, but there’s just so much going on it’s hard to keep track. Every year the Office of Admissions presents Aggieland Saturday for prospective students and their families, which will be held this year on February 11. This event is self-navigated to allow prospective students and their families to acquaint themselves with the campus and its atmosphere. Dorms, libraries and department buildings will be...

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Dinosaur Zoo at Rudder Auditorium

A population of creatures that wandered the earth 66 million years ago, we’ve had to accept the fact that dinosaurs are extinct. The art of presenting their stories, however, is definitely not. Production company Erth brings the tales of these creatures to College Station on February 12. Erth’s Dinosaur Zoo Live takes Rudder Auditorium by a roar, as part of their North America tour. This theatrical, breathtaking production of Dinosaur Zoo Live takes it audiences through pre-historic Australia, turning the auditorium into the land before time. The towering, colorful mechanized creatures that look and sound real make for a...

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