The Texas A&M Foundation Magazine
From robots and space flight to education and aging, Texas A&M University researchers tackle 12 questions about our future.
Layne’s Chicken Fingers has served more than 13,777,920 cups of its secret sauce since opening in College Station in 1994?
A new partnership between Mays Business School and Texas A&M University Athletics helps athletes keep scoring well beyond their playing days.
One man’s quest to send a Bible to the moon.
By Lydia Hill ’21
By Bailey Payne ’19
By Hilary Nguyen ’26
By Jeannie Ralston
By Mamie Hertel ’24
By Chrystal Houston
Far before the day’s formation to long after the flag is lowered, this cadet and scholar makes each of her “hundred hours” count.
Focusing on retirement? Certified financial planner Stephanie Harris ’96 offers five timely tips to optimize your finances for the long term starting at age 50.
For almost 30 years, Horace McQueen ’60 was the voice of Texas agriculture.
The Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management holds a unique barbed wire collection that traces the development of fencing designs throughout history.
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.
The football game that made me an Aggie.
Regents’ Scholar Ivan Sanchez ’26 is spreading the sound of Mexican culture through College Station as president of Aggieland Mariachi.
Faculty discuss artificial intelligence’s promises, limitations and impact on our lives.
Directed giving through the Texas A&M Foundation allows you to customize your impact on others and create a unique Aggie legacy.
We asked: Do you have a fond memory of the old Texas A&M Creamery? Here are the responses!