Allied Health| Houston, Texas | President, TAMU National Panhellenic Council Core Values “The core value I embody is a tie between loyalty and respect. When it comes to loyalty, I stand by my friends and loved ones through thick and thin. It's important to let people know that you're there for [...]
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Maggie Rians '18 Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a Minor in Human Resource Development Allen, Texas | Student Writer and Social Media Manager | Division of Student Affairs Core Value of Leadership “Texas A&M has taught me how to be a better person. The Aggie core values and everything they represent has [...]
"In the Aggie Orientation Leader Program, you and your friends will made an impact on every single new student who comes to Texas A&M University. Whether you check them in, lead them in an insight group, or walk them to class, you will be part of an organization that interacts with hundreds of [...]
"ExCEL helped me transition as a freshman by providing a source of motivation and introducing me to a network of black upperclassmen, as well as available resources and opportunities. Just knowing other African-Americans who had gone through the same struggles as a freshman gave me a sense of belonging and encouraged me to [...]
Longtime employee finds a second family at Texas A&M University's student recreation center. With 45 years of service to Texas A&M University, Evelyn Dorsey has become a cherished part of hundreds of Aggie stories. As member services manager for the Department of Recreational Sports, she has perfected the art of customer [...]
ISA is important to me because we are in this special position where we don’t cleave to one specific culture or group but rather exist to represent all the cultures that exist at Texas A&M. It’s challenging to have to coordinate with so many organizations, each with its unique identity and [...]
Starting from left to right the people pictured are: Brad Sterling Morse Jr. '18, Angel Madison Franco '19, Cassie Stricker '19, Gracie Mock '18, Luke Henkhaus '20 'This organization is a family. We argue, we laugh, we succeed and fail; but at the end of the day I can honestly say they have my back. This place is [...]
This council has given me opportunities to do things like host programs, sit on advisory boards, organize events, work as part of a leadership team, and so much more. It has taught me a great deal about professionalism and planning, which are two leadership skills that will carry me through my education and career [...]
Kyle Cox ’18, a senior political science major from El Paso, Texas, plays many different roles on the Texas A&M University campus. You may find him playing his euphonium in the Aggie band hall, in the Koldus Building working on a bill for the student senate, drinking coffee at the [...]
The Texas A&M Emergency Care Team has afforded me the opportunity to expand my desire for public service and reveal my passion for emergency medicine. Consequently, this organization has helped me greatly move toward my ultimate goal of becoming a peace officer and tactical medic. Political Science | The Colony, Texas [...]