5 Things You Need To Know — Week Of April 17

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Texas A&M Campus Muster Ceremony Set For Friday, April 21

Thousands of Aggies spanning multiple generations will gather on the Texas A&M University campus this Friday for Muster, the event held annually on April 21 to honor Aggies who have passed away in the last year.

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Learn The Ins And Outs Of Winemaking With Texas A&M’s Enology Certificate Program

The Enology Certificate program will begin in the fall and offer 15 hours of concentrated study in viticulture, pre- and post-fermentation winemaking processes, wine etiquette and sensory evaluation, according to Dr. Andreea Botezatu, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service enologist in College Station.

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Texas A&M Is Leading The Way For Earth Day 2017

Texas A&M University will once again be a major player in Earth Day Texas, a three-day event set for April 21-23 at Fair Park in Dallas, with numerous academic departments and speakers participating in projects and programs that impact the environment.

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College Station March For Science Set For Saturday

In an effort to highlight the important positive role science plays in society, a team of Texas A&M University graduate students of Aggies in Science, Technology and Engineering Policy (A-STEP) will organize a “March for Science” campus event on Saturday (April 22) from 1-4:15 p.m., joining a larger, national and global movement that same day.

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Country Music Artist Neal McCoy Visits Texas A&M To Pay Tribute To Late Father, Texas A&M Grad

Country music singer Neal McCoy, who’s gone viral for his daily Pledge of Allegiance on Facebook Live, made an early morning stop at Texas A&M University this week and joined the Corps of Cadets in reciting the Pledge to honor his recently deceased father, Hubert Neal McGaughey, Texas A&M Class of 1952.

 


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