Lauren Williams, a senior special education major, is one of approximately 100 participating in the Undergraduate Research Scholars Program.
The statue of Gen. James Earl Rudder, located near the building named for him, was moved a few yards from its former location and turned so it now faces down the length of Military Walk.
This is one family that is a walking, talking corps recruiting poster.
Five outstanding undergraduates at Texas A&M have been nominated for the Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships.
The classes have 15 students or fewer in each class and concentrate on a topic invented by a faculty member.
Ben M. Crouch has been appointed as interim dean of the College of Liberal Arts, effective Nov. 1.
Dude Perfect started as six college roommates betting each other sandwiches on scored baskets in their backyard. The group soon decided to capture their unconventional shots on camera. But it didn’t stop there.
Even before stepping foot on campus, Student Body President Kolin Loveless possessed an unmistakable amiability toward Texas A&M University.
If Kayla Thompson’s smile looks familiar, perhaps it’s because you’ve seen it on Reagan. Or Patrick. Or Daniel.
A President’s Endowed Scholarship (PES) helped finance the Texas A&M University education of Bradley L. Worsham ’88. Now he has established a PES to do the same for other Aggies.