Before hanging up their keys, Texas A&M student bus drivers gave family and friends a ride to their final stop
Fall graduate Erica Garza was able to spend her time at Texas A&M pursuing two of her greatest passions: dancing and engineering.
A professor in the Department of Mathematics, Paulo Lima-Filho will oversee the new Math Learning Center.
The construction sophomore captured first place in a Christmas lighting competition for the display at his family’s Austin home.
Texas A&M statistics major Alex Peters '21 is working on a yearlong research project to determine the potential affect adequate food intake may have on academic retention and GPA in freshmen students.
Graduation ceremonies will be held Dec. 13-14 in Reed Arena and at The Galveston Island Convention Center.
The tobacco-free policy begins Jan. 1, 2020 for all Texas A&M University campuses and other college sites.
Bush School and Bush Foundation leaders reflect on a year of changes and share what the future holds for the institutions that bear the 41st president’s name.
The publisher of INSIGHT into Diversity, a top higher education diversity publication, presented Texas A&M with the 2019 HEED and Diversity Champion awards at a reception on campus.
Aggie Orientation Leader Program representatives presented a check for $6,657 on behalf of the Class of 2023 on Dec. 4 during the live broadcast of the KBTX Food for Families Food Drive.