Once a high school student experiencing homelessness, Levi Bohanan ‘15 now advocates for homeless students and high-quality education within elementary and secondary education systems.
Department of Political Science News
James Rogers, an associate professor in the Department of Political Science, discusses what the future may hold for the first Black woman nominated to the Supreme Court.
Sarah Palin sued The New York Times for defamation. The outcome of this case could determine how news organizations report political information in the future.
Former student Ronnie McDonald ‘93 continues to inspire the Aggie spirit after serving as the first Black yell leader in university history. By Tiarra Drisker ‘25 Ronnie McDonald ‘93 knew very little about the culture in Aggieland when he chose to attend Texas A&M University. Learning about the university through his mother’s manager, McDonald had […]
Former Student Whitney Coats ‘08, ‘10 (MIA) embodies the Aggie core value of selfless service.
With new proposed legislation and public backlash, the future of the company is uncertain.
No matter which side of the abortion debate you’re on, experts say it’s important to know the legal implications of the Texas Heartbeat Act.
Aggies often talk about the “Spirit can ne’er be told, the spirit of Aggieland.” While many of us struggle to explain it to friends outside the Aggie family, three alumni are attempting to bottle and share it with the world.
Professor Johanna Dunaway explains how editorials, opinion columns, and letters to the editor that fill the op-ed pages could help bridge political divides in the U.S.
Nathalie Mendez ’21 was empowered to continue her nearly decade-long career in the public sector when she received a Fulbright scholarship to pursue a Ph.D. in political science.