5. The Century Tree:
This tree is one of A&M’s sweetest traditions. Numerous Aggie couples have walked under this tree’s branches to seal the deal and even get engaged. But don’t walk under the tree without your soul mate or may you end up alone forever…
4. Sul Ross Statue:
Located in the middle of Academic Plaza, this statue’s claim to fame is that he brings luck to all who place a penny on Sully. Whether it’s for an upcoming test or job interview, make sure you put some spare change at his feet for some luck.
3. Aggie Ring Statue:
This statue represents one of the best Aggie traditions. Although it’s much too big to be worn, it still contains all the spirit as any other Aggie ring.
2. Memorial Student Center:
The MSC needs no introduction or explanation. It’s the prettiest place to hang out on campus, but make sure you take your hat off before entering…or else…
1.THE Kyle Field:
The famous stadium is much more than where our football games are played. I get goose bumps anytime I get close to that sacred ground. From John David Crow to Johnny Manziel, legends have roamed this area. I can’t forget to mention all the Reveille graves. Their gravesite is placed right in front of a scoreboard so that can constantly know the score of the game. The traditions that are associated with Kyle Field embody the true spirit of Aggieland.