Aggie vs. Longhorn rivalry still alive on UT campus
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Until it gets cleaned up, students at the University of Texas are enjoying some unique artwork.
Some vandals partial to Texas A&M have made their mark on the UT campus.
"I don't really get it. Like, it seems pretty silly and pretty dumb of them to do something like that," UT Senior David Moody said. "I feel like a lot of Aggie tradition is based on hating UT, which is interesting to me because we view them as our little brother."
You can see the ‘little brother’ antics all over campus. Now, crews have to clean using good-old elbow grease. They can't use harsh graffiti removing chemicals out of fear of harming the environment.
"Students don't care and now it's probably going to take a toll on the people who actually have to clean it up and they probably aren't too happy about it," Moody said.
Power-washing and brushes are still not enough to get rid of a century-old Lone Star State rivalry. UT officials wouldn't talk to YNN on camera, but investigators are still looking for the personal responsible.