J.L. Huffines, 85, former member of the Board of Regents of The Texas A&M University System, died Jan. 7 at his home in Dallas.
The Continuing and Professional Studies Office is offering an SAT “test prep,” beginning Monday, Jan. 26.
The 2008 Aggie 100 List.
The following is an official university statement concerning settlement of the state court Bonfire lawsuit directly naming Texas A&M University and current and former university employees as parties.
The Texas A&M University Honors Programs office announces that five outstanding undergraduates have been nominated by the university for application to the Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships.
The largest ever contingent of Texas A&M University representatives will make their way to the 2008 Olympic Games held in Beijing, China.
The Texas Clipper, a 473-foot, 7,000-ton ship, was purposely sunk last November in the Gulf and today is home to a variety of fish and marine life as well as a frequent destination for scuba divers.
In honor of the Texas 4-H organization’s 100th birthday, Blue Bell Creameries is introducing Centennial Cupcake Ice Cream.
Robert Shearhart, a senior English teacher and retired football coach at Bandera High School, will be presented the Texas A&M University Inspiration Award for Exceptional Education.
The Department of Geography in the College of Geosciences at Texas A&M University has been ranked ninth in Academic Analytics’ Faculty Scholarly Productivity Index.