Vietnam Pilot Campbell ’52 Identified, Will Be Buried At Arlington May 18

The remains of an Aggie Air Force pilot have been recovered and positively identified, 48 years after he was shot down during the Vietnam War. Col. William “Bill” Campbell ’52 will be interred in May at Arlington National Cemetery with his wife. His family learned just before Christmas that the military had identified remains found in 2014 through [...]

Vietnam Pilot Campbell ’52 Identified, Will Be Buried At Arlington May 18 2017-10-26T09:52:07+00:00

Battling Book Costs

Just seven days after being discharged from the United States Navy, Zachary Butler ’17 found himself on a new battlefield: the classroom. After serving three years as a corpsman, Butler decided to pursue an economics degree at Texas A&M, a decision that promised to put a strain on his family’s finances. “I was stationed in [...]

Battling Book Costs 2017-10-26T09:52:49+00:00

PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERY STUDENT MUSICIAN

The rich musical tradition of Texas A&M University extends beyond the two most visible Aggie ensembles, the Fightin’ Texas Band and the Singing Cadets. Along with those storied groups, the Division of Student Affairs’ Department of Music Activities serves over 1,300 students who participate in four concert bands, three choirs, two jazz bands, two orchestras, [...]

PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERY STUDENT MUSICIAN 2017-10-26T09:54:42+00:00

COUPLE CREATES PLANNED GIFT FOR AGGIE MUSTER

When Mauri ’09 and Aaron King ’09 sat down to create their wills, they knew they wanted to give back to their alma mater in whatever way they could. Their love for all things Texas A&M—the traditions, spirit, and community—led the couple to establish a planned gift for the Aggie Muster Endowment managed by the [...]

COUPLE CREATES PLANNED GIFT FOR AGGIE MUSTER 2017-10-26T09:55:57+00:00

VETERAN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Serving Well Those Who Have Served June 16, 2016 In an effort to help relieve the financial stress experienced by many of Texas A&M University’s more than 1,150 veterans, the Veteran Resource and Support Center (VRSC) announced a new scholarship initiative for veterans and their spouses last fall. The initiative, which outlines three tiers of [...]

VETERAN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM 2017-10-26T09:56:37+00:00

Rusty Thompson ’85 Endowed Memorial Aggie Ring Scholarship

IN HONOR OF RUSTY THOMPSON   The Division of Student Affairs at Texas A&M University and The Association of Former Students, along with the Thompson family are proud to share with you the opportunity to support the Rusty Thompson ’85 Endowed Memorial Aggie Ring Scholarship An online auction has been created to raise money and [...]

Rusty Thompson ’85 Endowed Memorial Aggie Ring Scholarship 2017-10-26T10:06:26+00:00

Livin’ to the Max

If there’s no quit in Aggies, there’s a whole lot of Aggie in Deshae Lott ’94 ‘99.  You don’t have to meet her in person to bask in the glow of her positivity, her apparently unbounded energy, her passionate desire to live life to the max and help others do the same.   When she’s not [...]

Livin’ to the Max 2017-10-26T09:59:13+00:00