Texas A&M students completed service projects at more than 2,000 locations across Bryan-College Station this year.
The award honors outstanding faculty and staff whose colleagues hold them in high esteem for exhibiting excellence at the university.
MSC Town Hall welcomes the indie rock band for the third performance in Texas A&M's Spring Concert Series.
The university, along with We Teach Texas, hosted an event called “Thank You for Teaching Texas” to celebrate and connect educators.
Twelve students representing four states and nine Texas cities will assume senior leadership roles in the Corps of Cadets next year.
The etchings on display from the artist known for the painting "Whistler's Mother" were created during an 1879 stay in Venice.
Texas A&M Foundation President Tyson Voelkel ’96 will serve as the keynote speaker for the Campus Muster ceremony Thursday, April 21.
Students elected Hudson Kraus ’24, a junior studying finance at Mays Business School, as student body president.
The new bronze statue honors the university’s mascot and her embodiment of the Aggie Core Values.
The honor recognizes the business executive’s contributions to technology and culture during his career.