Posted: 10/08/2013 - As Aggies celebrate 50 Years of Inclusion − recognizing the formal admission of women and African-Americans into Texas A&M University − Aggie Joseph Puente, a student senator and executive director of the Hispanic Presidents' Council, reflects on the university's diversity efforts, what leadership means in today's society and his hopes for future Aggies.
Posted: 10/08/2013 - Texas A&M University student Caitlyn Mitts says the feeling is bittersweet whenever she passes by Duncan Field, a grassy area on the south side of campus where the Corps of Cadets drills. It was there on Jan. 12, 2009 at about 3 p.m. that a Black Hawk helicopter flying a training mission crashed shortly after takeoff. Five people were inside the chopper when it went down, including Mitts’ father, 42-year-old Army National Guard Staff Sergeant Charles Mitts, who died from his injuries at a Houston hospital two days later.
Updated: 10/08/2013 - COLLEGE STATION, Oct. 8, 2013 – The Texas Workforce Commission’s (TWC) College Credit for Heroes initiative reached a milestone today when TWC Commissioner Representing Labor Ronny Congleton and Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp jointly announced that the A&M System has joined College Credit for Heroes, a statewide program that seeks to maximize the award of college credits to veterans and service members for their military training. The announcement was made during the opening ceremony of the 5th Annual Military Friendly Symposium, hosted by Texas A&M University in College Station.
Updated: 10/08/2013 - COLLEGE STATION, Oct. 8, 2013 – Clarence E. Sasser, who was presented the Medal of Honor in 1969 for his service in Vietnam and subsequently attended Texas A&M University on a scholarship offered by then President James Earl Rudder, will have his name and likeness added to the university’s Medal of Honor Hall of Honor.
Posted: 10/01/2013 - COLLEGE STATION, TX -- Her questions often end with "Eh?" Her treks down Texas Avenue were slower at first than the posted speed limit because her speedometer is in kilometers.
Posted: 10/01/2013 - COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M University has been presented the top award bestowed by the International District Energy Association in recognition of its achievements in energy efficiency, resource optimization and environmental sustainability.
Updated: 09/25/2013 - G. Rollie White Coliseum came tumbling down in recent weeks. Now, Aggies and Aggie fans have the chance to own pieces of it.
Posted: 09/23/2013 - More than 3,000 Texas A&M University students registered for international experiences in 2012-13 ̶ breaking an historic milestone – and setting a new record for the university as officially tracked by the Study Abroad Programs Office. According to Pamela R. Matthews, vice provost for academic affairs, that is a record worth celebrating.
Posted: 09/23/2013 - G. Rollie White Coliseum is history, and history in the making−construction of the first phase of vastly expanded Kyle Field will begin on its former site later this month, highlighting Texas A&M University’s continuing building program to serve a growing student body and expanded activities on several fronts.
Posted: 09/20/2013 - A pioneer in advancing education in the Middle East, received the George Bush Award for Excellence in Public Service presented by the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation at a ceremony Thursday at University of New England (UNE).
Updated: 09/19/2013 - Hullabaloo Hall dedication ceremonies will include placing a time capsule in the Live Oak Lounge of the new hall.
Posted: 09/16/2013 - Politicians' calls for cheaper university degrees intrigued Texas A&M University chemist Wendy Keeney-Kennicutt.
Posted: 09/15/2013 - Texas A&M has retired the No. 44 jersey worn by 1957 Heisman Trophy winner John David Crow.
Updated: 09/15/2013 - Tickets to the Texas A&M versus Alabama game were in such high demand that it brought in one of the largest crowds to Kyle Field.
Posted: 09/13/2013 - High noon, across from Kyle Field on the day before a home game is a lot like an Old West land rush. Eager participants wait at the ready to claim their territory, except instead of horses and side-arms, these contestants come equipped with tents, coolers and lawn chairs.