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How to get involved in the Corps Values series

Corps+Values
Corps Values

On March 6, The Battalion released the first round of stories in a three part series about the Corps of Cadets, and the staff is now looking for students interested in sharing their thoughts and experiences for the second round.
The series, titled Corps Values, aims to delve into the influence the Corps of Cadets has had at Texas A&M. The first edition focused on the history of the organization while round two is going to talk more about people’s personal experiences.

You can provide a written statement or request to speak to a reporter by emailing [email protected]. We are currently looking for the following:

  • Students who want to share their perceptions and thoughts about the Corps. This is open to people in the Corps as well as students who are not in the organization. We want to hear about what students think of the organization and why they feel this way. Use the subject line “Corps Values: Perceptions [Your Name]”

  • Students who are currently in the Corps and want to share what inspired them to join the organization. Please use the subject line “Corps Values: Joining the Corps [Your Name]”

  • Students who got out of the Corps. We want to hear about why you joined and then what caused you to leave the organization. If you submit a written statement, be specific about what semester you joined, how long you were a member and what experiences led to you leaving. Please use the subject line “Corps Values: Leaving the Corps [Your Name]”

In your email, please specify if you would like to speak to a reporter or just provide your written statement. You must also include your first name, last name, class year and major. Please send all emails from your A&M student email address so we can confirm that you are who you claim to be. Statements and interview requests can be made from now until March 27.

We encourage students to reach out whether they have positive or negative stories to share. As mentioned in our letter from the editor, we are aiming to start discussions and fully share the stories of people involved in the oldest tradition at A&M. Don’t miss out on the chance to have your voice heard.

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