A variety of campus organizations are inviting the Aggie community for unique cultural experiences.
The MSC Student Conference On Latinx Affairs (SCOLA) will challenge student leaders to focus on the influence of the Latinx community.
Black teachers in the segregated South – especially women – played critical roles in preserving knowledge that might’ve otherwise been lost to history.
James R. McIlroy ’45 was a freshman at Texas A&M when Pearl Harbor was attacked and the U.S. entered the war. He’s among the thousands of Aggies who answered the call to service.
Led by a Texas A&M Health physician, the organization is working to transform health care in Africa’s most populous country, with plenty of help from students.
The project was made possible by discoveries that both humans and mice can regrow the ends of their fingertips.
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