Cain Hall will soon undergo demolition as part of a large-scale Texas A&M University redevelopment project. The Offices of the Dean of Student Life, Disability Services, Student Counseling Service and the Department of Residence Life will begin to vacate Cain Hall and over the next month and relocate to temporary facilities.
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Texas A&M University’s Department of Student Life Studies was recently honored by the National Institute for Learning Outcomes and Assessment (NILOA). As one of only twelve websites selected annually, the Student Life Studies website was chosen to be featured on the NILOA website for its accomplishments in the category of communication.
“I am so pleased to now be a part of Texas A&M University and have the opportunity to help in its continued advancement,” Pugh said. “I am excited for the opportunity to lead the Division of Student Affairs at A&M, which is renowned among our nation’s colleges and universities for our focus on student learning, traditions, core values, and student-centeredness.”
Anne Marie Freeman ’15 wasn’t born in Texas, but she got here as soon as she could--which, as it turned out, was in plenty of time.
When current MSC OPAS Chair Alexandra Dunn '14, arrived on campus as a freshman from Orange, Texas, she wanted to find a way to stay involved in the performing arts.
Tyler Smith ‘13/’15 has sung for both former Presidents Bush. He’s sung in London, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Beijing, and Shanghai. He even attended a Yell Practice on the Great Wall of China.
Trey Bodwin ’13, a communications major from Dallas, has his sights set on being a company spokesperson someday. He says he wants to be the person that can be counted on to calm the waters during a crisis. He certainly displays the skills and qualities one would expect to see in a spokesperson.
Student Body President Reid Joseph ’14 didn’t grow up in Texas, but he got back here as quickly as he could. We say back, because although he was raised in Springdale, Arkansas, he was born in the Lone Star State. To the Aggie War Hymn, no less.
Will Brooke ’14, a Biology major from Austin, was apprehensive about applying to be MSC President. He knew the position would be a huge time commitment and the duties would challenge him in ways he’d never experienced before.
Analicia Elizalde '13 doesn’t stick to the road most traveled. As a matter of fact, she’ll be the first to tell you her college experience was far from traditional.