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Daily Bull 05.12.15

Texas A&M officials will be visiting England to determine exactly how bats control crickets.

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JUST MAKE OUT ALREADY Looks like the Aggies and the Longhorns are going head-to-head over a recruit again. Someone please explain again why this is more compelling and interesting than ACTUALLY PLAYING EACH OTHER IN FOOTBALL, and do so without using the terms 'more to lose', 'national exposure', or 'don't even care about them'.

FREE HAT FREE HAT FREE HAT FREE HAT Thursday May 28th is Aggie Night at The Ballpark In Arlington. I don't follow our nation's past time as well as I should, but THAT HAT.

HATS FOR BATS. KEEP BATS WARM. A petition has been started to ask Texas A&M University to address the issue of rehousing the Mexican free-tailed bats that are being displaced by the renovations at Kyle Field. This petition will be definitely be met with open-mindedness and empathy and in no way will go horribly wrong on the internet. At the very least, please try to imagine the intense amount of mosquitoes you'd be dealing with during those hot August home openers.

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