Aggies have the No. 1 university license plates on Texas roads.
The university's latest submission to the National Science Foundation’s annual HERD survey shows a significant increase in federal funding.
“We could even make a maroon one, if we wanted to.”
Texas A&M University’s largest open house will welcome prospective students and launch a new “Aggies Give Back” food drive.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a Texas A&M professor explains that destructive rhetoric helped empower the Nazi regime to murder 6 million Jews and how today's 'coded' anti-Semitism can be identified.
Texas A&M offers prevention tips and other resources.
State and local health officials are monitoring the individual.
Marketing student LeAnn Percivill ’20 was nationally recognized as a next-generation leader.
The students received bachelor's degrees in public health at December commencement ceremonies.
Professor of Communication Leroy Dorsey explains the rhetorical devices used by Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. in his 1963 speech and reflects on why the address remains relevant.