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The Battalion - By Lindsey Gawlik
The campus Muster speaker for 2015 will be newly elected Rep. Will Hurd, Class of 1999 and student body president the year Bonfire collapsed.
COLLEGE STATION – Newly elected Cong. Will Hurd, a 1999 Texas A&M graduate who was student body president his senior year, will be the university’s 2015 campus Muster speaker. The annual ceremony, held on April 21, honors the memories of Texas A&M current and former students who died during the previous year.
FCW - By Adam Mazmanian
Van Horn Advocate - By Sheila Gilmore
In one of the greatest upsets in this last election cycle, Republican Will Hurd won the race for U.S. Representative for District 23 over Democrat Pete Gallego.
UTSA has been selected by the United States Army Reserve as a founding member of the Army Reserve Cyber Private Public Partnership Program (Cyber P3).
Del Rio News Herald - By Chris Adams
“D.C. is a mess. It really is. But I’m glad mama Hurd’s youngest son is hard-headed and stubborn because that’s what we need in order to get things done. For me being able to fight on behalf of people that need to be fought for is awesome.”
Rivard Report - ROBERT RIVARD
Newly elected U.S. Representative Will Hurd (R-San Antonio) told the West San Antonio Chamber of Commerce that, with computer hacking becoming a key priority of both business and national defense, San Antonio is in the perfect position to become the Capital of Cyber Defense, with all the jobs and investment such a designation would entail, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.
SAN ANTONIO - District 23 Congressman Will Hurd is emphasizing the importance of cyber security during his State of the District Address Wednesday.
The Rivard Report - ROBERT RIVARD