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.
Department of Political Science News
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.
A statue of Barbara Johns, whose efforts helped in the desegregation of the public school system, is set to replace a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in representing Virginia at the US Capitol.
As a grade school student, Jeffery A. Szymanski ‘90 dreamed of joining the Aggie network. Today, he’s not only part of the Aggie network; he’s a leader within it.
Professor Joseph Ura talks to The Conversation. Americans’ trust in the federal government has declined steadily in the last half-century, polls show. The 2020 presidential election did little to restore that confidence. Although “democracy has prevailed,” as President Joe Biden said during his inauguration, a recent Marist College poll showed that one-third of the country believes the presidential […]
A Texas A&M political scientist says the transfer of power from President Donald Trump to the Biden administration has been marked by a series of broken norms.
Associate Professor Hyeran Jo was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for her project titled “Integrative International Interventions: Militant Violence and Human Security in Contemporary Conflicts.” For two years, 2021-2023, She plans to work with three graduate students and two undergraduates to discover what international policies work best to save lives in conflict zones on […]
Lindsey Brenner ‘20 came to Aggieland her sophomore year in the hopes of pushing herself academically. She’s done just that while making lifelong friends in the process.