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.
Nora Janjan '06 was definitely thinking “Aggie Big” when she decided to host 160 international students as a way to introduce them to Texas history, culture and traditions.
A memorial to Texas Aggies who have died in the fight against terrorism will be dedicated Friday, October 17.
The Very Important Counselor program was established in 2005 to recognize high school counselors who demonstrate leadership, commitment and excellence in their profession.
Texas Aggies have never been timid about showing their love for their school, and many drive the message home in a literal way – by using a personalized license plate.
Dr. Finis Welch has established a $150,000 Foundation Excellence Award through the Texas A&M Foundation to benefit Hispanic students who have graduated from Texas high schools.
It seems that body shape and the way people walk hold major cues to their attractiveness to others.
Martín Torrijos Espino, president of the Republic of Panama and a 1987 Texas A&M graduate, has been selected as the recipient of the 2007 Texas A&M University Outstanding International Alumnus Award.