Mays Business School students will serve as IRS-certified volunteer preparers for the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
The new program, “Aggie Pals: Go Write To College,” aims to encourage fourth and fifth grade first-generation students to pursue higher education.
“Big Event,” Texas A&M's community service project was a big winner in the awards portion of the Points of Light Institute program.
High-powered high schools in a big city provide a firm foundation for future academics in the life sciences, but so do many smaller schools.
There are others who find their calling later in life, after living in two countries and running their own business. That’s the road less traveled.
This summer Proctor will participate in the cross-country bicycle trek Journey of Hope to raise awareness for people with disabilities.
Stadelmann is the proud father of eight children. His family scattered coast to coast. One of his daughters, Olga Gehredt, is a graduate student in philosophy at A&M. His wife is a professor at Blinn Junior College in Brenham.
At the arched entry gate of Porta Fiorentino, the stranger asks a passing resident, “Donde Texas A&M?”
African-Americans in sports have made tremendous strides in the past several decades and their influence in the athletic arena today is stronger than ever.
This fall hundreds of cadets answered the call to serve by responding to help those affected by Hurricane Ike.