HPC is truly special for me. It came to me during a time when I was seeking change in my life, and it has helped me discover my true purpose at Texas A&M. It has has changed me and made me a better leader and individual overall. I have discovered friends on who I [...]
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Armed with education and her own student experiences, Marigold Hudock is changing the way Texas A&M students approach health and safety. Most people define binge drinking as a certain behavior. They might assume it’s that person at the bar throwing back multiple tequila shots late into the night. But Marigold [...]
My involvement in this campaign empowers me to create change and encourage responsible drinking habits among Texas A&M students. It has allowed me to give back to the Aggie community by helping students avoid falling into the trap of binge drinking, and it is building my understanding of audience analysis, as well as public [...]
Residence Life has created two social support groups for historically underrepresented students living on campus. With a financial boost from a $25,000 college completion grant, the Department of Residence Life created two new programs to help Hispanic and African-American students living on campus feel more comfortable and confident with their [...]
The cold/flu season is upon us! We have compiled some helpful information for you to help you through this season. Be sure to visit the Student Health Services website at shs.tamu.edu/flu for more information. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported widespread flu activity in all 50 states. These viral infections of the [...]
I lead by example. A leader is someone who is driven, someone for whom you want to work hard. My position on the SBSLC board has helped me pour into others who are becoming leaders. Race, Health and Gender/Public Health in Psychology | Houston, Texas I try my best [...]
Aggies to Aggies peer educators presenting a workshop for an organization on campus. “There are subtle gestures on campus that make some students feel unwelcome or excluded,” said Farren Fontenot, an Aggies to Aggies peer educator. “To personally feel that made me want to join an organization that could address [...]
Residence Life Recognized for Peer Mentor Training Program The College Reading and Learning Association announced this month that it had certified Texas A&M University’s Peer Mentor Training Program on the master level—the highest rating possible—through its International Mentor Training Program Certification process. It is the first time that the association has recognized [...]
All students and campus visitors can better navigate the Texas A&M University campus through a 3-D and braille map located at the southeast entrance of the Memorial Student Center. Thanks to the mind of one bright mechanical engineering student, Tyler Wooten ’19, all students and campus visitors can better navigate [...]
Longtime director of student counseling leaves a legacy of progress and care at Texas A&M University. Whenever her time with a student or colleague comes to an end, Dr. Maggie Gartner hands each person a magic wand and recites a special blessing to honor their time together. “I wave it [...]