A professor of history explains that most modern Thanksgiving traditions began in the mid-19th century, more than two centuries after the Pilgrims’ first harvest celebration.
The all-day event brought together leading subject matter experts from across Texas as part of an ongoing effort to take the state’s semiconductor industry into the next generation.
Chih-Shen Cheng will represent Texas A&M in the regional 3MT research presentation competition in the spring.
The awards recognize faculty and employees who have made exemplary contributions to their university or agency and to the people of Texas.
The Department of Multicultural Services gives students from underserved cultures social support, academic opportunities and a place to call home.
Texas A&M student Gabby Gomez ’23 wants to rewrite her narrative and inspire other first-generation students to do the same.
Listeners can now enjoy around-the-clock classical music through the new HD Radio station.
This Veterans Day, almost 82,000 American soldiers, from WWII through to the Gulf Wars, are still missing or unaccounted for.
A host of academic, financial and career resources help ensure veterans complete their degrees, making the university a “destination of choice” for students who served in the military.
Nutrition and poultry experts discuss all things turkey, from selection to thawing to cooking.