Texas A&M moves Galveston students to main College Station campus

Sept. 19, 2008
Hit hard by hurricane, Galveston facilities will take months to repair

More than 1,200 students atTexas A&M University's Galveston branch are being relocated to the main campus in College Station for the rest of this semester because of hurricane damage that will take months to repair, officials say. The school sustained roof damage, and some training vessels were badly beaten by the storm. Athletic facilities also had extensive damage, with one gymnasium and other fields destroyed.
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