The Texas A&M Foundation Magazine
How Texas A&M University is helping first-generation students wear their status as a badge of honor.
A new hospital and educational center planned for Texas A&M University at Galveston hopes to change the tide for the Kemp’s ridley.
Aggies create an endowment for W5AC, Texas A&M University's amateur radio club.
Dr. Kathryn ’01 and Benjamin Sarpong honor Dr. John Junkins by endowing an aerospace engineering lectureship series.
By Bailey Payne ’19
By Bailey Payne '19
By Bec Morris ’23
By Anna Cairns ’20 ’23
By Kara Bounds Socol
By Cathy Gordon '79
By Clare Fusselman ’21
The Texas A&M Maritime Academy will be one of five recipients of a new National Security Multi-Mission Vessel.
Remembering the most unbelievable and enduring musical performances in Bryan-College Station history, from Elvis to Lady Gaga.
David Applebaum ’80 makes his living drawing up homes for clients from the silver screen. But it is creativity, not celebrity, that drives him to master his craft.
Through its robust scholarship program, the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo prepares students to shape the future of Texas agriculture.
Dr. Kay Wijekumar’s web-based approach to teaching reading helps struggling K-12 students change their academic trajectory.
…that MSC Town Hall is working to bring big-name acts back to Aggieland?
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.
Aggieland enters a new era with Dr. Katherine Banks at the helm.
Emma and Christopher Beavers ’10 create a gift in their will to support Ivy League graduates enrolling in Mays Business School’s MBA program.
Student-hosted podcasts share stories from the College of Engineering.
A Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service program is opening doors to higher education for rural Texas students.
A look at ongoing and upcoming renovation and construction projects across campus.