Texas A&M

This past week has been excruciating for the Aggies of Texas A&M. Twelve students died when the pile of wood they were constructing into a bonfire collapsed. Jacki talks to Tom DeFrank, a former A&M student who's now the Washington bureau chief for the New York Daily News. He gives Jacki a look at some of the traditions, and history, that's all a part of Aggieland.



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