There are three things you should know about Aggieland:
- It’s the friendliest place you’ll ever visit (unless you boo, walk on the grass, don’t take off your hat, don’t say “Howdy,” etc.)
- You will always get stuck waiting on a train if you’re running late
It never snows
College Station (and lots of places across central and south Texas) got a rare blanket of snow on Thursday night, and in true Texan fashion, we Aggies were totally cool about it and didn’t freak out at all.
This was the scene in College Station, TX. ❄️ pic.twitter.com/VQnUDfzp88— Good Morning America (@GMA) December 8, 2017
What is going on at A&M????? pic.twitter.com/FTimpmDCex— Natalya (@NatalyaRobles13) December 8, 2017
This is how Texas feels about snow pic.twitter.com/7Am3kBbMw7— #7 Barstool Texas A&M (@BarstoolTexasAM) December 8, 2017
They say you won’t remember the time you spent studying, but I may remember failing my finals pic.twitter.com/VDcGMaBKVP— Justin Passmore (@JWP33) December 8, 2017
And in case you were wondering if we could turn this snowfall into a competition with the University of Texas, well...
You vs the guy she tells you not to worry about pic.twitter.com/VNZvywSoEd— Evan Rodgers (@ERodgers12) December 8, 2017
Oh also I forgot to tell you the fourth universal truth about Aggieland. Class is never canceled.
After consultation with the @NWS and local authorities, #TAMU's College Station campus will be open and fully operational on Friday, Dec 8.— Texas A&M University (@TAMU) December 8, 2017
We will monitor weather conditions throughout the night, and if an update is required, we will provide one after 5 am. pic.twitter.com/u9Kf4i7YXm