These 24 students ensure that new Aggie students and their families have an exceptional Texas A&M experience. “Through Aggie Family Ambassadors, I’ve learned much about myself and the important trait of self-assurance. I have to make big decisions for the organizations. I must be certain these decisions are correct before [...]
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"The Aggie Eco Reps has given me the confidence to instigate discussion in areas that probably would have not been explored otherwise. I love having the platform to incite interpersonal assessment of one's place in the world and the role each of us has to play in making our quality of life better. The [...]
"While speaking up for what you stand for is one of the most fundamental responsibilities of a student senator, being able to listen and understand the reasoning for another person’s beliefs is almost a prerequisite. Spending up to four hours at a time in meetings, senators become comfortable listening to contrasting arguments and carefully [...]
Newly appointed director of Recreational Sports at Texas A&M University to focus on student success and campus collaboration. Rick Hall, Texas A&M University’s newly appointed director of the Department of Recreational Sports, is looking forward to expanding the development of students and staff, and broadening campus outreach for years to [...]
An endowed gift will give the Women’s Resource Center room to grow its visibility, advocacy, and programming at Texas A&M University. From the moment she first stepped onto the Texas A&M University campus in 1973 to the day she agreed to a major gift for the Women’s Resource Center, [...]
Dennis Corrington leaves a legacy of integrity and dedication at Recreational Sports. Each year, more than 1.2 million active Aggies swipe their IDs and pass through turnstiles at the Texas A&M University Student Recreation Center. They come to work out, attend group fitness classes, climb the rock wall, play intramural [...]
Sixty-one Singing Cadets from Texas A&M University traveled to Seattle, Washington, and Vancouver, Canada, last week to sing at venues such as Pike Place Market, Boeing, and the American Museum of Flight. The men’s chorus performed a full concert in the Bastyr University chapel before gathering with local former students for a reception. In [...]
Congratulations to members of the Division of Student Affairs and Texas A&M University staff who received awards this spring for their outstanding contributions to our students and programs! Award Winners Randy Matson '67 Association of Former Students Award John J. [...]
"As members of the Residential Housing Association (RHA), we are in a special position to advocate for the 12,000 students that live on campus. Through our advocating, we are specifically looking to hear the voices of the on-campus members and to either work to get in contact with University Leadership to see what can be [...]
"Aggies on the Spectrum has really helped me accept my identity as an Autistic adult. I always saw myself stuck in the middle between what was 'normal' and what people saw as 'autistic'. This organization can give you an inside look at how people who think differently from you can be. Tap into a [...]