Spirit is published three times per year by the Texas A&M Foundation, which manages major gifts and endowments for the benefit of academic programs, scholarships and student activities at Texas A&M University.
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A new Music Activities Center will unite the Aggie voice under one roof.
Charles Pence ’51 helps ensure a thriving Corps of Cadets with gifts built to last.By By Chealsea O'Neal '17
Amy ’84 and Tim Leach ’82 aspire to make Texas A&M the obvious choice for future generations.By By Monika Blackwell
A new comprehensive campaign will cement Texas A&M as a world leader in solving great global challenges.By By President Michael K. Young
Zou and Boyd Cherry ’67 established gifts in their wills to impact Texas A&M students and programs for years to come.By By Chealsea O'Neal '17
A trek on Nepal's Mount Everest turned into a harrowing story of loss and survival when a 7.8 magnitude earthquake shook the country.By By Danielle Banks '14
TexAgs.com is the product of a talented staff and a unique Aggie trait—the desire to stay connected with the university and other former students.By By Brandon Jones '95
After more than two decades in a career that pushed Texas A&M University into the nation's top tier of higher education fundraising, Texas A&M Foundation President Ed Davis '67 will retire in January 2016.By By Ed Davis '67