Texas A&M Students Revive Aggie Bonfire Tradition

A 90-year tradition of Texas A&M bonfires — built for the annual football rivalry with Texas — officially ended after a wooden structure collapsed in 1999, killing 12 students. But today's Aggies have reignited the flames. NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports.

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