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To spread knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of the Arabic language throughout campus, as well as cultural awareness of the Arabic speaking world.We will have at least bimonthly meetings...

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http://bsac.tamu.edu • Recognized

The purpose of the Black Student Alliance Council is to enhance and unify the Black Aggie Community while making Texas A&M University campus more aware of the accomplishments, achievements, and needs...

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http://flare.tamu.edu • Recognized

FLARE (Freshmen in Liberal Arts Reaching Excellence) was founded in 2008 as a FLO (Freshmen Leadership Organization) to provide freshmen Liberal Arts majors the opportunity to develop both...

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IABC is designed to help liberal arts students studying and looking for a career in PR, HR, social media, and broad marketing better network with current local professionals in the field as well as...

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http://lasc.tamu.edu • Recognized

Liberal Arts Student Council (LASC) is an academic and professional organization that links Liberal Arts Students to their college. The Council works to convey concerns and special interests from the...

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The purpose of PDOGS shall be to promote collaboration among graduate students in the Psychology Department at Texas A&M, and to facilitate the relationship between the Psychology Department and...

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http://prssa.tamu.edu • Recognized

The purpose is to: 1)cultivate a favorable and mutually advantageous relationship between students and professional public relations practitioners 2)foster the understanding of current theories and...

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The Sociology Students Association (Sociology Club) provides a fun and inviting place for students interested in engaging with each other and the community about sociological topics and events. The...

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The Texas A&M University Economics Society (T.A.M.E.S.) is an academically based organization closely incorporated with the Department of Economics, and shall focus on promoting both social and...

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The purpose of the Historical Society is: 1. To promote the study of history. 2. To interest students in history as a career. 3. To impart an understanding of the development and purpose of...

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http://sasp.tamu.edu • Recognized

The Student Affiliates of School Psychology (SASP) strives to connect graduate students with one another as they prepare for a lifetime commitment of advocating for children and their families. This...

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http://egsa.tamu.edu • Recognized

The goal of the EGSA is to provide leadership and organization for the English graduate student body. Each semester we hold monthly meetings, as well as host periodic fundraisers, philanthropic...

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Recognized with Restrictions

The mission and purpose of the Communication Graduate Student Association (CGSA) is to foster a collegial student community and advocate for graduate students in their development as workers...

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http://phialphatheta.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

To promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication, and the exchange of learning and ideas among Historians.

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http://sca.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

The Student Communication Association is designed to help students interested in Communication to get the most out of their degree. This association is geared toward increasing awareness of...

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http://tamuanthsociety.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

To bring together students interested in anthropology and to make professors of anthropology, fieldwork opportunities, volunteer work, experimental archaeology, and lectures available to these...

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http://tamun.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

Texas A&M Model United Nations (TAMUN) seeks to enhance the ability of students to address complex international issues by fostering open-minded discussion, improving presentation skills, and...

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http://mootcourt.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

Moot court is a form of legal debate emphasizing the appeals process of court systems. In moot court arguments are made directly to the judges and focus primarily on constitutional issues rather than...

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http://speech.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

The Texas A&M Speech and Debate Team competes in regional and national intercollegiate forensics activities. We currently compete in 11 individual speech events and 6 debate events - most of our...

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Recognized with Restrictions

Women in Economics seeks to provide women in the Economics department at Texas A&M University with a community through which they can expand their knowledge of economics, explore areas of interest...

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To gather students interested in philosophy together for intellectual discussion and to learn from peers in a social setting. To give people a better understanding on how useful philosophy can be in...

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http://inkling.tamu.edu • Not Recognized

In 1984, The English Club was founded with a mission to connect reading and writing enthusiasts through social activities and interaction between student members and the Administration and Faculty of...