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Pen Pals

Marilyn Dawson and Michele Mobley ’87 reflect on the 40-year friendship they forged thanks to a President’s Endowed Scholarship.

Accelerating Success

Motorcycle-riding Wall Street finance leader Raja Akram ’95 ’97 challenges the status quo.

Did You Know…

Texas A&M University Press has published nearly 2,000 peer-reviewed books in its first 50 years?

No Aggie Left Behind

Two Aggies cross paths during the Vietnam War in this remarkable rescue story.

Fatherless No More

From supporting single moms to mentoring teenage boys without fathers, Natalie ’82 and Doug McGehee ’81 pour their hearts for service into ministries that impact numerous lives.

Leading the Corps

Four former Corps of Cadets Commanders talk shop on leadership lessons they took from the Quad.

Maroon Myths and Little White Lies

Do it twice, it’s a tradition. Say it’s not always truth! We investigated some of Aggieland’s enduring tall tales and misconceptions to separate fact from fiction.

A Feat on Feet

What a 24-hour walk and other fitness challenges have taught me about purpose, community and perseverance.

Aggieland Anecdotes

Graduating senior and scholar Miles Huffhines ’24 answers five questions about his time in Aggieland.

Go Baby Go

Aggies in the School of Engineering Medicine partner with a national nonprofit to design an electric wheelchair car benefiting 4-year-old Christopher Nelson.

Solving for Complex Assets

Jim and Peggy Sims find a unique solution to turn a partnership interest into income for themselves and future support for Aggieland.

Sustainable Student Farming

Leily Khaleghi ’24 spotlights Urban Howdy Farm, an organization that promotes sustainable farming and cultivates diverse crops.