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5 Things You Need To Know — Week Of April 16

April 19, 2018


1. Texas A&M Campus Muster Ceremony Set For Saturday, April 21

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


2. Student Entrepreneurs Compete For Cash At Inaugural Aggie Pitch April 20

The public is invited to watch the finals on April 20 for Aggie Pitch, the McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship’s inaugural pitch competition in which students from Texas A&M System schools and branch campuses pitch their business concepts.

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3. Texas A&M Libraries Acquires Stephen F. Austin’s Rare 1830 ‘Map Of Texas’

The Texas A&M University Libraries is excited to announce the acquisition a rare first edition of Stephen F. Austin’s Map of Texas.  The map, produced in 1830, is only one of eight known to still exist.

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4. Texas A&M Staff Appreciation Week 2018 Offers Numerous Events

Staff Appreciation Week (SAW) at Texas A&M University is scheduled for Monday, April 23, through Saturday, April 28. The week will feature a variety of activities designed to inform, enlighten and celebrate the thousands of non-faculty employees who help the university thrive.

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5. Able, Active, Adaptive: The Students Behind The Conference

The 2018 Able, Active, and Adaptive conference is set for April 20-21.

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