Restoration of the tradition-laden walkway – which stretches for more than a quarter-mile and is dear to the hearts of tens of thousands of Aggies.
Lt. Col. Fred W. Dollar, the former director of the Department of Dining Services at Texas A&M University and Army veteran, died Sept. 5.
Just in time for the back-to-school season, Texas A&M University updates TAMUmobile apps.
Military Walk, a tradition-laden area in the heart of the Texas A&M University campus and tread by tens of thousands of Aggies over more than a century, will be formally reopened Saturday, September 11.
Aggies have rallied behind Texas A&M University’s beloved Memorial Student Center, giving $5.7 million for its renovation.
After a few years of finishing near the top, the Aggies returned to prominence with three titles in 2007, 2008 and 2010, thanks in large part to one man: Steve Krueger.
Black has been with OPAS for 26 of the organization’s 38 seasons, and she says Texas A&M’s place in the performing arts arena has changed over time.
Cody Guffey, sophomore political science major was selected to be Reveille's handler for the summer and the upcoming school year.
Eric Bost's current duties as A&M vice president for global initiatives still require world travel, but when he comes home, it’s to Aggieland.
Family members of the late Thomas S. Gillis Jr. of Houston have funded a $100,000 endowment through the Texas A&M Foundation to create a Corps of Cadets 21st Century Scholarship in his memory.