Something different today: here the focus isn't on a building, but the places around it. Here's a pretty awesome picture [click for higher resolution] of a Gulf station off of George Bush Drive, courtesy of Project HOLD from 1985 (supposedly). Based on the placement of the road, I'm guessing this is where the Chevron is. It's great seeing the George Bush (er, Jersey) stoplight as it was...the "old style" of College Station stoplights (becoming increasingly rare today), complete with the old railroad crossing (a cantilever railroad crossing? Awesome! Wait, where's the crossing gate? Guess it doesn't have one, since those of that type have the cantilever but no gate), and all those trees, too: this must have been before Olsen Field, and a time when you could probably still see the I-GN right of way on both sides.
I can't see what is behind the Gulf station. Whatever it was, it later became some crummy liquor store, and ultimately was cleaned up to be a clothing shop (Aggieland Outfitters, of course).
Anyway, the gas station has been a Chevron since the early 1990s when a merger happened that converted area Gulf stores to Chevron. It updated once to the newer 2005 design (didn't roll out fully until the late 2000s), and has always been Reveille's (convenience store) at least since the mid-1990s (if not further back).
I snapped this modern view of the gas station (the Reveille's sign can't be seen) from a bus.
I found this picture as well, which could be this Chevron. The angle will work, and the garage could easily have been turned to a convenience store later.
300 George Bush Drive