Some of our favorite photos from Eagle photographers from April 2019.
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Texas A&M catcher Haley Lee tags Arkansas baserunner Sam Torres to save a run in the top of the fourth inning Monday at Davis Diamond. The Aggies beat the Razorbacks 4-1 to earn their first Southeastern Conference series victory this season.
Si Harbottle, a Bryan-based auctioneer, holds a portrait of a couple he found in a wooden storage crate he purchased in Dallas. Harbottle estimates the trunk holds as much as $8,000 worth of jewelry and other items.
Bryan Collegiate High School senior Miriam Mendez, 17, shops for a prom dress at the Princess Project of Bryan-College Station headquarters on Saturday. The Princess Project allows high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to choose a new or gently used dress at no cost.
Danielle Nguyen is surrounded by young goats while attending a goat yoga session Friday for members of Aggie Belles and Aggie Sweethearts at a College Station home. Kimberly Brooke, owner of Goat Yoga Texas, traveled with about a dozen goats from Cypress to offer three afternoon sessions for members of the student organizations.
Jonathan Liang explains his team's project during the Engineering Project Showcase at Texas A&M on Friday. Liang's team created an enclosure designed to collect cosmic dust when it reaches a certain altitude.
Eric Eugene Dotson of College Station receives his 2018 TX-17 Congressional Veteran Commendation from U.S. Rep. Bill Flores during a ceremony at the American Legion-Earl Graham Post 159 in Bryan on Thursday morning. He was among 13 honorees on hand to receive the award for outstanding service in their communities.
Courtney and Jimmy Pitman of Pitman Custom Homes and their children, J.R., 6, and Sydney, 7, listen as John Magruder of Magruder Homes speaks during Thursday's ribbon cutting for the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Dream Home Showplace house in College Station. Money made from the sale of the home will benefit St. Jude.
Paul Rios of Elgin looks over his vintage Datsun 240Z that was damaged Wednesday when the tornado that swooped through the area off FM 1179 and Coyote Run Road in Bryan crushed the building in which the car was stored.
Texas A&M student Jobin Matthews explains to the judges how he and his team created a system for protecting airliners from hail damage during the finals of the Invent For The Planet competition that were held at the Zachary Building on Wednesday.
Texas A&M Regent Bill Mahomes of the class of 1969 speaks during the dedication of Spirit Plaza on campus Tuesday. The area commemorates Muster and Silver Taps and highlights the Aggie Code of Honor and Texas A&M's Core Values. Spirit Plaza was a gift from the class of 1969, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Members of Texas A&M's Ross Volunteers stand near the podium during the invocation at Tuesday's dedication ceremony of Spirit Plaza. The area commemorates Muster and Silver Taps and highlights the Aggie Code of Honor and Texas A&M's Core Values. Spirit Plaza was a gift from the class of 1969, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Mary Wilson, left, spars with Charles Lowe during a Rock Steady Boxing demonstration Monday at the Isle at Watercrest assisted living facility. The goal of Rock Steady Boxing is to provide physical exercise for people with Parkinson’s disease.
Program Director Cindy Conte, left, of the Robert Conte Foundation for Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders, Inc., leads a Rock Steady Boxing demonstration on Monday for residents of the Isle at Watercrest, including Melanie and Otto Fritz, who both have Parkinson's disease.
Representatives of Rock Steady Boxing and residents of the Isle at Watercrest stretch using pool noodles during a demonstration Monday. The goal of Rock Steady Boxing is to provide physical exercise for people with Parkinson's.
Gabriel Gana Bake helps stock the ponds at College Station's Stephen C. Beachy Central Park with 284 catfish from Texas A&M's Aquacultural Research and Teaching Facility on Friday as part of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's Neighborhood Fishin' program. Fishing's Future will be offering a family fish clinic at the park starting at 8:30 a.m. today.
Zac Polk works Friday on the front porch of Maggie Sims' new house in Bryan. Polk was among many volunteers from Christ United Methodist Church helping build a new home for Sims after it was determined her old home required too many repairs.
Daniel Lumpee, left, and David Boggan work on cutting wood for a ramp as volunteers from Christ United Methodist Church help build a new house for Bryan resident Maggie Sims on Friday. Christ UMC, Brazos County Home Repair Coalition and many local businesses donated money, materials and labor to make the new home possible.
Volunteers work on various projects at the construction site for Bryan resident Maggie Sims' new house on Friday. Christ United Methodist Church, Brazos County Home Repair Coalition and many local businesses donated money, materials and labor to make the new house possible after it was determined her old home required too many repairs.
Visitors to the Flag Room at Texas A&M University’s Memorial Student Center look over this year’s Aggie Muster Reflections display. The annual display honors Aggies who died during the past year and whose names will be read aloud during the Roll Call for the Absent at this year’s Muster. The Campus Muster Ceremony will be Monday at 7 p.m. at Reed Arena.
Liz Jordan holds a young goat during a Goat Yoga session hosted by Rudder High School FFA on Thursday. Donations collected at the event benefitted the American Heart Association, Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Guide Dogs of America and the American Diabetes Association.
Shane Phelps is presented with a large trophy as a joke before being given a real award recognizing his commitment to Atticus Finch Day during the annual ceremony on Thursday at the Brazos County Administration Building.
Shane Phelps holds an Atticus Finch Day commemorative challenge coin while speaking Thursday at the Brazos County Administration Building. Phelps hopes the coins will help others find inspiration in Atticus Finch, the fictional character from the book To Kill a Mockingbird.
Kelly Siegler, star of the television show Cold Justice and a former Harris County prosecutor, quotes a passage from Chapter 3 of To Kill a Mockingbird while serving as the guest speaker at the 11th annual Atticus Finch Day at the Brazos County Administration Building on Thursday.
The "Courthouse Cedar" that was removed Thursday morning is said to have grown alongside the cabin where Brazos County’s first court convened and where county officials were first elected in January 1841, four years before Texas joined the United States, According to the Texas A&M Forest Service book Famous Trees of Texas.
A&M Consolidated's Lauren Sorrells (4) high fives Aiyana Coleman (17) after scoring a run in the fourth inning of Tuesday's game against Magnolia West at Lady Tiger Field. Coleman went on to hit a home run during her turn at bat in the fourth.
Lorenzo Cano, 31, of Bryan sells Easter holiday items Tuesday under the Bingo Barn sign on Texas Avenue in Bryan. Cano said this is the seventh consecutive year he has set up shop for the Easter holiday, offering pinatas, colored eggs and other items.
Mentor Ixchel Saenz, left, presents Guadalupe Flores-Nolasco with a blue coat as Texas A&M student teachers in the aggieTERM program commit to a year-long clinical residency and three years as a full-time teacher with Bryan ISD during Tuesday's Intent to Serve Signing Event at the Bryan ISD Administration Building.
Abby Laird signs a contract Tuesday committing to a year-long clinical residency and three years as a full-time teacher with Bryan ISD during Tuesday's Intent to Serve Signing Event at the Bryan ISD Administration Building. Looking on is Laird's mentor, Shirley Platt. Laird was one of 12 Texas A&M student teachers in the aggieTERM program signing to teach for Bryan ISD.
Mentor Terri Buckland, left, and Brittani Horn smile for a photo during the Intent to Serve Signing Event for Texas A&M student teachers in the aggieTERM program on Tuesday at the Bryan ISD Administration Building.
Bryan’s Matthew Moreno slides into home through the legs of Cypress Ranch catcher Jared Alvarez-Lopez in the first inning Monday at Viking Field. The Mustangs won 3-2. The teams will play again at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at Cy-Ranch.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, top left, stands by Texas A&M’s Corps Commandant Brig. Gen. Joe Ramirez as cadets march by during a special Corps Review held in The Quad on the Texas A&M University campus Monday evening.
Angel Funk stands in the backyard of her Franklin home following a tornado late Saturday morning. Funk's home was struck by her neighbor's mobile home, but she and her husband, who were home at the time, escaped unharmed.
Jerry Redden takes a measurement outside Robertson County Care, Inc., after the food pantry was hit by a tornado Saturday in Franklin. Redden and others who were inside the building when the tornado passed through the area found safety by gathering in the restroom.
A sign reading "Keep calm and call your Aggie mom" is among the items available Saturday at the Aggie Moms' Boutique during Texas A&M's Family Weekend. The shopping event included 108 Aggie Moms clubs offering items for sale to raise money for scholarships and student organizations.
Cheri Rice passes by Texas A&M birdhouses while browsing items for sale Saturday at the Aggie Moms' Boutique during Texas A&M's Family Weekend. The shopping event included 108 Aggie Moms clubs selling items, many of which were handmade, to raise money for scholarships and student organizations. Rice's son, Brendan Fox, is a freshman at Texas A&M.
Mara Aguilar, 7, a first grader at Bonham Elementary School, holds a note written by her mom, Cristina Aguilar, that was included in her lunchbox in March. Cristina Aguilar said that she has read online that some parents believe sending notes to school with her daughter is setting her up for failure, but she disagrees.
Captain America played by Cody Arn, left, of My Magical Memory visits with Michael Traylor, 7, as he sits for a teeth cleaning with hygienist Layla Christensen during the Give Kids a Smile event on Thursday. Blinn College dental hygiene students and dental professionals volunteered to provide exams, X-rays, cleanings, sealants and oral health education for children in kindergarten through fifth grade at no cost.
Oliver Walker, 7, opens his mouth as he is prepped for X-rays during the Give Kids a Smile event at Blinn's Post Office Campus. Blinn College dental hygiene students and dental professionals volunteered to provide exams, X-rays, cleanings, sealants and oral health education for children in kindergarten through fifth grade at no cost.
Michael Traylor, 7, looks at his newly cleaned teeth using the camera on hygienist Layla Christensen's cell phone during Thursday's Give Kids a Smile event. Blinn College dental hygiene students and dental professionals volunteered to provide exams, X-rays, cleanings, sealants and oral health education for children in kindergarten through fifth grade at no cost.
Jack Graham, a junior industrial distribution major at Texas A&M University, tests out a wall that will be among the obstacles encountered by runners in this year’s Gladiator Dash, set for Saturday at Lake Bryan. All proceeds for the event will be donated by One Army — an A&M service-based men’s organization — to Still Creek Ranch, which rescues boys and girls from crisis environments. The cost to enter is $25 online and $30 the day of the race; last year’s event raised $66,800 for Still Creek Ranch.
Jeremy Brett, curator of the science fiction and fantasy collection at Texas A&M's Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, looks inside a display case holding a replica of King Robert's Warhammer and other weapons based on the "Game of Thrones" television series and A Song of Ice and Fire books by George R.R. Martin.
Replicas of weapons based on the "Game of Thrones" television series and A Song of Ice and Fire books are displayed in a case in the Kelsey Reading Room at Texas A&M's Cushing Memorial Library and Archives.
Jeremy Brett, curator of the science fiction and fantasy collection, pulls a box from "The Wall," one the areas inside Texas A&M's Cushing Memorial Library and Archives with materials related to author George R.R. Martin.
Jack Baldauf, left, executive assistant dean of Texas A&M's College of Geosciences, listens as Jin-Young Kim discusses his poster with information explaining a study of wetlands erosion on Galveston Island. Kim's project was one of many supported by Texas Sea Grant showcased Tuesday during the Texas Sea Grant Research Symposium at the Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center.