A teacher blogs here* about his students’ experience at the yearbook camp:
“They drove home wearing their matching maroon shirts and were proud of their work and happy that they had worked hard. And they had fun too.
“Most of them bonded in a way that they never can do at school. For four days, they lived together in a dorm and shared their lives. They worked, ate, slept and had fun together. It is a great experience.”
Also, a sophomore at Bryan High, part of A&M's Youth Adventure Program, wrote a story for the Battalion about James Bernsen ‘94, who was in town speaking to the Batt staff. Here’s her story and a link to James’ own account.
*Note, though: A&M does offer communications majors, e.g. Telecom Media Studies.