Military Walk, the history-laden passageway in the heart of the Texas A&M University campus, will soon be brought back to life.
Texas A&M University is now offering newly designed personalized license plates.
Ann and S. Ray Huffines have established a Texas A&M scholarship in appreciation for the sacrifices made by American military personnel.
Each year, a freshman is chosen to be the first lady of Aggieland’s primary caregiver for the next year.
The Texas A&M Singing Cadets journeyed to Kennebunkport, Maine at the request of Former First Lady Barbara Bush as a surprise for President George H. W. Bush on his 85th birthday.
Texas A&M University is expecting the largest freshman class in school history this fall.
Most of the 4 million volumes in the Texas A&M University Libraries are readily available to students, faculty and staff on campus and elsewhere, but a growing number of books are quite rare.
The goal: lead the 347 members of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band through a halftime show that will leave the audience in awe.
Col. James T. Matlock III was recently honored with the United States Air Force Legion of Merit Award.
The Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets Leadership Excellence Program awarded 131 cadets with the Academic Certificate in Leadership Studies.