The Texas A&M Foundation Magazine
Layne’s Chicken Fingers has served more than 13,777,920 cups of its secret sauce since opening in College Station in 1994?
Far before the day’s formation to long after the flag is lowered, this cadet and scholar makes each of her “hundred hours” count.
The football game that made me an Aggie.
Brothers Pete ’55 ’62 ’63 and Mike Miesch ’55 have shared a lifelong, everlasting bond based on loyalty and mutual support.
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.
One man’s quest to send a Bible to the moon.
Eren Rudd ’24 discusses KANM Student Radio, an organization that provides a creative outlet through DJing.
The Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management holds a unique barbed wire collection that traces the development of fencing designs throughout history.
A new partnership between Mays Business School and Texas A&M University Athletics helps athletes keep scoring well beyond their playing days.
A Foundation Excellence Award honors Charles Gordone, who left a lasting legacy in Aggieland by promoting equality and encouraging students.
Dr. Jennifer Dulin ’05 researches novel treatments for spinal cord injuries.
Judge David L. Evans ’71 has been honored with a scholarship in his name that supports law students pursuing a meaningful legal career.
Directed giving through the Texas A&M Foundation allows you to customize your impact on others and create a unique Aggie legacy.
If there’s a problem endangering our future or a discovery that will enhance it, you can bet someone at Texas A&M University is already working on it.
Becky and Joe Horlen ’73 found a way to support both of their passions—equine sports and student organizations—by establishing an endowment for Texas A&M University’s Ranch Horse Team.
We asked: Do you have a fond memory of the old Texas A&M Creamery? Here are the responses!
Check out the campus priority initiatives featured in this issue of Spirit and discover how you can make a difference.
By helping students from her hometown with the college application process, Annabelle Hutchinson ’15 is showing her community that you can accomplish anything you put your mind to.
Texas A&M University researchers developed a temporary tattoo that revolutionizes blood pressure monitoring.
The Grocery Give & Grab program is focused on expanding accessibility and convenience to nourish Aggies in need.