Thomas Gabor, A&M class of '61, came to Aggieland after spending years of his childhood in the Budapest ghetto during the Holocaust and surviving the communist regime that followed.
Gabor, a Hungarian native who graduated from A&M with a degree in engineering, returned to Aggieland for the first time in 55 years to share his story with his former campus community.
The speaking event, hosted by the Texas A&M Hillel Center, will be held in Rudder Theater Wednesday, January 25, at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.
Gabor joined First News at Four to share some of his memories of the Holocaust and Texas A&M. For the full interview, see the video above. For more information on the speaking event, see the Related Links.