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Going the Distance

Cigna CEO David Cordani ’88 uses servant leadership to help employees and wounded veterans run their best race yet.

The Voice of Aggieland Speaks

Dave South remembers his origins after spending 50 years in broadcasting and 35 years delivering iconic play-by-play for Aggie athletics over the radio.

Whoop for the ‘Other Education’

The Aggie Experience Fund gives more students the chance to learn by doing.

Growing by Design

Texas A&M University design students are continuing a nearly two-decade legacy of service to nonprofits in Cambodia.

Minor Change, Major Improvement

How I learned that biology was not in my DNA.

Top of the Class

The Dr. Chris Skaggs Excellence Endowment provides a major boon to Texas A&M University’s renowned Livestock Judging Team.

Did You Know

…students in Mays Business School manage major investment portfolios?

The Digital Protectors

With support from Anthony Wood ’87 and Ray Rothrock ’77, Texas A&M University is establishing an institute to address cybersecurity issues and build digital leaders across disciplines.

With Pride and Honor

For almost 40 years, chimes from the Albritton Bell Tower have reverberated across central campus.

What Causes Alzheimer’s?

Texas A&M University researchers are untangling its complex origins in the search for a cure.

Good Bull

Located in the Memorial Student Center, the Centennial Carvings tell the story of Texas A&M University’s first 100 years. Carved by Susan and Rodney Hill, the pieces aim to connect Aggies past, present and future.

Roping in Support

Now an official competitive team in the Department of Animal Science, Texas Aggie Rodeo is fundraising to hire a full-time coach.


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