world war 2

  • Texas A&M Corps Of Cadets, WWII Aggie Liberators Honored By Holocaust Museum Houston

    By Lesley Henton, Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications The Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets and WWII Aggie soldiers who liberated Nazi concentration camps were awarded with the 2018 Guardian of the Human Spirit Award by Holocaust Museum Houston (HMH) during a luncheon this month…

  • The Ultimate Sacrifice: Remembering Aggies Of World War II

    By Michael K. Young, Texas A&M University President Selfless service lives in the hearts of Aggies everywhere and that is never more apparent than when they give their lives in service to our nation. This month, Marti and I, along with a group of Aggies, had the distinct honor…

  • Texas A&M Galveston Cadets Assist With Maintenance Of The Battleship Texas

    Cadets maintaining Battleship Texas. By Bob Wright, Texas A&M Galveston Marketing and Communications Highlights USS Texas was launched in 1912, seeing action in the North Sea during World War I and escorted convoys in the Atlantic during World War II The ship is the only remaining World War I era dreadnought…

  • Stark Galleries War Exhibit Honors Storied Alum Peña, Fellow Aggies

    Pictured above in 2016 after receiving an honor from Belgium’s Princess Astrid, William Merriweather Peña ’42 will be featured in a multimedia exhibit honoring five Aggies who served during World War II. By Richard Nira, Texas A&M University College of Architecture A multimedia exhibit honoring five World War II…

  • Oldest Living Aggie Turns 107 Today

    The Association of Former Students Vice President Kathryn Greenwade presents Ike Morris, the oldest living Aggie at 107, a framed copy of a page from Texas Aggie magazine that featured a photo of Morris and a young future Aggie exchanging salutes. By Keith Randall, Texas A&M Marketing and Communications Texas…