How Texas A&M became our home away from home

I often compare my experiences as an outsider attending school at Auburn to my experiences as a fan traveling to Texas A&M. In both instances, I was overwhelmed by the welcome, the hospitality, the genuine friendliness.

Theater, restaurant, medical treatment center among first tenants announced for Century Square development

A real estate management firm recently announced the first tenants in a 60-acre development project on Texas A&M-owned property across from campus.

College Station’s Century Square announces first tenants

Houston Chronicle – Studio Movie Grill, Blaze Pizza and Neighbors Emergency Center will be the first tenants at the mixed-use development planned near Texas A&M University.

TEEX provides $202M boost to local economy each year

In July, nearly 3,800 emergency responders attended the annual Fire Training Schools, which provide a welcome boost each summer when the local economy would typically be slowed. But officials with the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) say the fire schools are just one example of the economic impact the agency’s programs have on Bryan-College Station and the surrounding area.