The BET News host, journalist and Temple University professor will join Texas A&M professor Reuben A. May for a discussion.
The organization is recognizing three former students for accomplishments made to benefit future generations of Aggie women.
The special unit allows members of Texas A&M’s Corps of Cadets preparing for service to learn from veterans who have already served.
Lance and Blaze Belobrajdic earned Tillman scholarships and experiences that honed the technical and career skills they earned after more than 10 years of active duty.
President Michael K. Young asks Aggies to take a moment to recognize and thank the 1,150 student veterans on Texas A&M's campus.
The funeral train that carried President George H. W. Bush on his final trip to Texas A&M is being donated by Union Pacific and will be installed on the grounds of Bush’s presidential library and museum.
Aaron Cranford credits his Texas A&M diving instructors for providing the knowledge he needed to save four lives in Okinawa, Japan.
Luis Martinez will supervise a team of students from around campus, as they develop technology for mapping dangerous, subterranean environments.
The Forsyth Galleries will celebrate its 30th anniversary with party and immersive opera experience Nov. 15.
The Texas A&M Office for Student Success will celebrate first-generation Aggies Nov. 8.