The Texas A&M system Board of Regents is not through with direct involvement in the Corps of Cadets.
A&M’s oldest student organization will continue to have the oversight of a regents subcommittee.
Regent Randy Brooks of San Angelo did not explain about the progress that was made with unidentified issues that led to creating the subcommittee.
The cadets began the school year with 858 new members. That’s the largest incoming class in the last five years and 20 percent more than last year.