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After Texas A&M Student Died from COVID-19, Students and Faculty Rally for More Safety Precautions

The death of a 20-year-old Texas A&M University student from COVID-19 last week spurred fear, frustration and sadness on the College Station campus. In the days since the biomedical science major died, those same feelings have galvanized some students and faculty members to demand more stringent coronavirus precautions from university officials — even if that means defying Gov. Greg Abbott’s ban on such mandates.
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After Texas A&M student died from COVID-19, students and faculty rally for more safety precautions

(TEXAS TRIBUNE) - The death of a 20-year-old Texas A&M University student from COVID-19 last week spurred fear, frustration and sadness on the College Station campus. In the days since the biomedical science major died, those same feelings have galvanized some students and faculty members to demand more stringent coronavirus precautions from university officials — even if that means defying Gov. Greg Abbott’s ban on such mandates.
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Brazos Valley healthcare providers work to address vaccine hesitancy and availability

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) -Health Point Clinic in Bryan hosted a weekend pop-up vaccine clinic in an effort to increase vaccination rates in the Brazos Valley. According to the Texas Department of State Health Services COVID-19 Dashboard, 70.69 percent of eligible Texans 12 and up have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, as of September 18. A number that’s slightly higher than data reported on August 28, 2021.
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Texas A&M students hold protest for more COVID protocols on campus

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) - Texas A&M students gathered at Academic Plaza on campus Tuesday evening to protest what they’re calling the lack of protocols put in place by administration to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Protesters say they were prompted to act after a fellow student died due to complications from the virus. They also say the school has put them directly in harms way due to neglect and inaction.
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Surge in positive COVID-19 cases forcing school closures

ROBERTSON COUNTY, Texas — A surge in COVID-19 cases is taking place in Brazos County, now the holiday weekend is adding to these new cases forcing schools in the Brazos Valley to close. Franklin ISD has a return to school plan. "Where we draw concerns about closure at 5%," said...
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2022 DT Bear Alexander down to two schools, contemplating future

Defensive tackle Bear Alexander‍ is down to two. Before the 2021 season, the Under Armour All-American announced a top two of Texas A&M and Georgia. He has grown familiar with both programs over the last several years, and he took unofficial visits to both during the summer months. In fact, once the COVID Dead Period was lifted, Athens, Ga., and College Station, Texas, were his first two stops.
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