After a traumatic brain injury caused her to lose her memory, an Aggie Ring helped first-generation student Jennifer Rodriguez remember her goals.
Two years ago, Walid Azzam ’79 lost his Aggie Ring, which symbolized his journey to the United States and the origins of his career and family. When his daughter heard the news, she decided to surprise him.
Eleven students received their rings at the Rio Grande Valley location.
When local restaurant owner Kip Martin thought he was presenting his daughter Vivian with her Aggie ring, she turned the tables.
Rings for three Texas A&M-Galveston graduates mark a milestone donation.
He was senior class president and chaired the 1932 student committee that first set requirements for seniors to earn the Aggie Ring.