The 23rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Freedom March will begin at Sadie Thomas Park in Bryan.
Noted New York academic and activist Maya Wiley reflected on Martin Luther King’s legacy and his efforts to affect change.
Professors Dr. Paul Busch and Dr. Rick Giardino were recognized for providing transformational learning opportunities to students.
The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band, the Singing Cadets and the Ross Volunteer Company each played roles in Gov. Abbott's swearing-in ceremony.
To reserve tickets for this free event, email an RSVP request to Bushevents@Bush41.org or call (979)-862-2251.
Texas A&M University and the 13 other Southeastern Conference schools are among the nation’s most elite research universities.
The activist and social justice expert will deliver remarks at the 12th Annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast Thursday, Jan. 17 at 9:30 a.m.
The Texas A&M student-led 2019 Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference is set for Jan. 17-19.
Seed grants from the President’s Excellence Fund will provide initial support for Texas A&M research into renewable energy, virtual reality, space habitats, cyber security, autonomous vehicles and more.
Maj. Jordan Enger’s story of service and recovery captured the spirit of Aggie camaraderie at Texas A&M commencement.