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Parking permits will change from $100 to $150 for the 2017-2018 academic year starting August. Texas A&M University-Kingsville students and faculty and staff were notified...
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The university is seeking repayment of financial aid funds it mistakenly distributed to more than 100 students earlier this semester, officials say. Some students were...
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The semester will be over by the time state legislators in Austin decide the fate of higher education finances for the next two years. One...
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Leaves are still underfoot in April, the hand-me-downs from evergreens. Like them, a collection of hardcovers condensed on a Friday in McNeil Engineering rest. More...
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Students came prepared with questions last week when the university’s administration held its annual President’s Roundtable. Topics for discussion included campus lighting, updating labs, reporting...
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According to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) women ages 18-24 who are enrolled in college are 3 times more likely than...
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Kelly Jifon has been crowned as Miss TAMUK 2017, replacing former pageant winner Tessie Ledesma and winning a scholarship prize of $2,000. Student Government president...
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MVPs and unsung heroes joined first-generation freshmen and emerging stars as student leaders across Texas A&M University-Kingsville were honored at an awards banquet on...
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Texas A&M University-Kingsville’s Trumpet Ensemble has been selected to participate in the 42nd annual conference of the International Trumpet Guild, May 30- June 3. The...
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Every TAMUK student should know where the financial aid office remains. It’s the place where hundreds of kids lined up and lingered for hours and...
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