The 2008 Aggie 100 List.
David Chapman, university archivist at the Texas A&M University Libraries, has been appointed director of the Cushing Memorial Library and Archives.
The following is an official university statement concerning settlement of the state court Bonfire lawsuit directly naming Texas A&M University and current and former university employees as parties.
Students wanting to know more about attending law school are encouraged to participate in the annual Law School Caravan.
The Texas A&M University Honors Programs office announces that five outstanding undergraduates have been nominated by the university for application to the Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships.
Scores of former yell leaders were on campus the weekend of Oct. 17 for their annual reunion—this time marking the 100th anniversary of the start of the yell leader tradition.
Grant Simpson, the 2008 Texas Elementary Teacher of the Year, was presented with the Always Expect More of Aggie Teachers Award.
A memorial to Texas Aggies who have died in the fight against terrorism will be dedicated Friday, October 17.
James Vernon “Pinky” Wilson scribbled the words on the back of an envelope for a song that has become dear to hundreds of thousands of Aggies.
The “Mardi Gras” shipwreck project is named after a gas pipeline in the area. The vessel sank more than 200 years ago but its identity and origin remain a mystery.