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Spirit is published three times per year by the Texas A&M Foundation, which manages major gifts and endowments for the benefit of academic programs, scholarships and student activities at Texas A&M University.

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About Spirit Magazine:

Spirit is published three times per year by the Texas A&M Foundation, which builds a brighter future for Texas A&M University, one relationship at a time, by uniting generosity and vision to raise and manage endowed gifts. Through compelling stories and photography, Spirit celebrates unique individuals, the joy of giving back and the Aggie can-do spirit from a perspective that spans the entire campus.

About the Texas A&M Foundation:

The Texas A&M Foundation is a nonprofit organization that builds a brighter future for Texas A&M University, one relationship at a time. Foundation team members solicit and manage investments in academics and leadership programs essential to the university’s pursuit to be among the best universities. The Foundation works with former students, corporations and other Texas A&M supporters to match their charitable interests with the university’s priorities. Gifts create scholarships, advance faculty endeavors, enhance student programs and fund new facilities.

About the Current Issue:

There’s always something new to read in Spirit. In addition to much more, this edition features articles about:

  • A competitive finance program in Mays Business School helps students reach their Wall Street ambitions. Read more.
  • After building a legacy of entrepreneurship, former Rackspace CEO and Chairman Graham Weston ’86 has his sights set on transforming downtown San Antonio into a prominent tech hub. Read more.
  • Ecologist Dr. Leslie Ruyle creates innovative solutions for conservation, conflict and development. Read more.
  • We asked donors why they give to Texas A&M. Taken together, the collected responses speak to the awe-inspiring scope of lives that have been shaped, enhanced and inspired by the Aggie Spirit. Read more.
  • Why Texas needs more rural physicians. Read more.
  • Texas A&M’s Telehealth Counseling Clinic combines university expertise with local community capacity to provide quality mental health services. Read more.

Download a PDF of the fall 2018 issue.