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Spirit Archives

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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The Power of Maroon and White

A&M Club scholarships support the next generation of Aggies.

Ruff Tough, Real Stuff

How Ranger I became a campus legend and left his paw prints on Aggieland.

Time to Sprout

The Gardens at Texas A&M University is ready for its debut later this year.

Trailblazers:

The 21st Century Doctor

Dr. Carrie Byington ’85 has big dreams for the future of health care. They start at Texas A&M.

Legacies of Service

The Texas A&M Foundation announces its 2018 Sterling C. Evans Medal honorees.

Cosmopolitan Cadets

Cadets study national power through a global lens during the Corps of Cadets’ International Excursions Program.

Viewpoint
Texas A&M astronomers witness cosmic history when two neutron stars collide.

Surgeon. Pioneer. Conservationist.

The Boone and Crockett Club campaigns to name a Texas A&M conservation program after the late Dr. Red Duke ’50.

A Policy That Provides

Hoping to draw more students to the Texas A&M College of Medicine, Beth Nauert ’79 gives back through a planned gift of life insurance.

Future Leaders

Kais Karowadia ’19, a biochemistry and genetics double major, understands that hard work leads to great things.

Tenets of Treatment

A conversation with Dr. Leonard Berry, a thought leader on health care service quality.

Faces of Philanthropy

Seven donors who have supported areas of their choosing during the Lead by Example campaign.