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See the Texas A&M University College of Arts and Sciences stories from July 2022.

A Texas A&M researcher explains what a lack of opportunities for young people could mean for the fast-growing region.

Eduardo Espina is a world-renowned writer of Spanish literature who knows the importance of persistence. Espina’s persistence recently paid off when he was announced as a 2022-2023 Fulbright Senior Scholarship recipient.

The Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade. What does this mean for the future of women in America?

The law helped open doors that had long been closed to women — and it would take courage to walk through them.

Texas A&M astronomer Casey Papovich offers his initial perspective on the first images released by the James Webb Space Telescope, the world's premier space science observatory with unprecedented infrared vision capable of peering back more than 13.5 billion years to see the first stars and galaxies forming out of the darkness of the early universe.

Communication professor breaks down rhetoric surrounding American gun safety debates, revealing why turning solutions into policy has been stagnant until recently.

Professors in the Department of Political Science address how our current government and society compare to the America James Madison feared.

Recent oceanography graduate Jose Martinez reflects on his time at Texas A&M with his eyes on the future.

Noticing the beauty in everyday moments can help you find more meaning in life, a Texas A&M researcher says.

From Winston Churchill to Kate Bush, a Texas A&M historian explores the close, complicated relationship between the United States and the country we celebrate our independence from today.

A professor in the Department of Sociology evaluates reports on crime within the U.S. to help explain the context of crime rate statistics.