An Aggie band cadet with grand ideas, Landis Cervenka ’69 pioneered efforts to memorialize Aggies who gave their lives for freedom after World War II.
May 17, 2022
Courtney Eeds ’22, Anna Fedewa ’22 and Caitlin Garcia ’22 were named recipients of the 2022 Trustees’ Outstanding Student Award.
Texas A&M summer camps give young students the chance to soak up the sun, envision their futures and pursue their passions in fun-filled environments.
Former Terry Scholar Yvonne Rode Moody ’91 mentors students whose shoes she was in more than three decades ago.
Over the decades, many prominent figures have taken center stage to inspire Texas A&M University graduates with words of wisdom.
Since 1919, the tradition of Family Weekend has evolved to celebrate student accomplishments and invite relatives to join in the Aggie Spirit.
Texas A&M Foundation real estate expert James Mayo ’07 ’09 explores the unique advantages of funding a charitable remainder unitrust with real estate.
May 2, 2022
Former Bush School student and planned giving scholar Antonio Ramos-Michael ’20 prepares for a life of service.
A scholarship planned by Jeff Montgomery ’41 is growing, thanks to a gift from his children to honor his wife and their mother, Leonora Montgomery.
Tax experts Sarah ’00 and Arty Brieden ’99 share tips for proactive tax management.
April 4, 2022
Sally McIntosh’s first sighthound dog inspires a new fund at Texas A&M to support service animals and pets of military veterans and first responders.
The College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Science’s Dr. Jonathan Levine connects the dots between brain cancer in dogs and humans.
Twenty years after being designated the Military College of Texas, Texas A&M continues to offer an exemplary military education.
March 21, 2022