Honoring Excellence on Campus

Residence Life Recognizes Faculty, Staff and Students for Academic and Leadership Excellence The Department of Residence Life recognized eight Texas A&M University students and their faculty and staff mentors during its inaugural Honoring Excellence Awards Ceremony, held on campus this semester. The award process recognizes on-campus students who have demonstrated academic [...]

Honoring Excellence on Campus2018-05-03T15:16:56+00:00

A MAP to Success for Student Veterans at Texas A&M University

Campus program assists with challenging military veteran-to-student transition. Newly admitted students at Texas A&M University face several challenges, such as deciding on coursework, establishing housing arrangements, managing finances, navigating College Station and the surrounding area, and developing new relationships. Today’s challenges can be especially demanding on military veterans, which is why [...]

A MAP to Success for Student Veterans at Texas A&M University2018-05-03T15:17:05+00:00

A Musical Escape

Dr. Timothy Rhea, director of music activities at Texas A&M University, celebrates 25 years of shaping student lives through the power of music. At the young age of 5, Dr. Timothy Rhea fondly remembers gliding his hands across the black-and-white keys of his piano as he performed a song [...]

A Musical Escape2018-04-17T12:07:24+00:00

45 years of Selfless Service

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 [...]

45 years of Selfless Service2018-05-30T13:31:46+00:00

On a Mission to Shatter the Stigma

Texas A&M University’s new director of student counseling hopes to widen the campus lens on mental health. Mental illnesses affect 19 percent of the adult population, with more than 18 percent of those adults struggling with some type of anxiety disorder. However, only half of those affected receive treatment, often because of the [...]

On a Mission to Shatter the Stigma2018-04-06T15:04:57+00:00

International Student Association

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 [...]

International Student Association2018-05-03T15:18:04+00:00

The Battalion

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 [...]

The Battalion2018-05-01T14:10:55+00:00

Collegiate Panhellenic Council

"Being a leader in the largest student organization on campus and being able to implement changes that impact a whole culture has taught me more than any classroom. My favorite part of Panhellenic is building up other women. I have changed as a person by becoming more compassionate and shifting my mindset from a [...]

Collegiate Panhellenic Council2018-03-21T13:29:17+00:00

Memorial Student Center Student Conference on Latinx Affairs (MSC SCOLA)

I think it’s very common for people to assume that all Hispanics/Latinos are the same and have the exact same culture. It’s just so eye opening to see different backgrounds and variations of cultures come together to share their experiences and perspectives. Being able to say that you had something to do with that [...]

Memorial Student Center Student Conference on Latinx Affairs (MSC SCOLA)2018-05-03T15:17:56+00:00

Resiliency – What does it mean to you?

Listen to five Texas A&M University students tell their stories of resiliency. Podcast by Justin Romack of TAMU Disability Services Animation by Zack Hillard, TAMU Division of Student Affairs

Resiliency – What does it mean to you?2018-03-02T08:34:30+00:00