The Texas A&M Aggies begin their football season on Thursday, Aug. 30, when they take on the Northwestern State Demons, and while the weekday game is great for television exposure, it has caused a great deal of consternation about how traditional gameday festivities will intermingle with students trying to attending class. How will tailgaters park when lots are already full? What happens when students are late to class due to gameday traffic? Do you realize how long the line at Starbucks is going to be?
And after in-depth discussions with staff as well as student leadership, Texas A&M officials announced on Wednesday that all classes and student meetings have been canceled for the entirety of the fall semester in an abundance of caution.
“As we began to realize how much this football game on Aug.

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