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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Determined to put Texas wines on the map, Texas A&M University pours resources, research and love into winemaking.
Ray Rothrock ’77 uses his proven penchant for predicting the future to bolster resilience against cyberattacks and advocate for a nuclear solution to the planet’s energy crisis.By Kara Bounds Socol
Located just south of Waco, the Aggie Barn has served as the gateway to Aggieland for those driving south on Highway 6 since its first maroon and white makeover in 1980.By Morgan Knobloch '20
Five Texas A&M University student groups you can support that are making a difference through selfless service.By Clare Fusselman '21
Texas A&M has more Fortune 100 corporate CEOs than any other university.By Chrystal Houston
Texas A&M’s Aggie ACHIEVE program creates a groundbreaking academic opportunity for young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.By Dorian Martin '06
Passionate about coin collecting and bringing buildings to life, Luke Benignus ’22 is drawing up plans for his construction career with the help of a scholarship.By Bailey Payne '19
Dr. Clifford Spiegelman uses statistics to challenge forensic methods and shed new light on history.By Bailey Payne '19
During the Lead by Example campaign, countless individuals have chosen to honor their loved ones through memorial or honorary gifts.
Planning a gift through a testamentary charitable remainder unitrust, also known as a “give it twice” trust, has many advantages with the donor in mind. Read how Stephen Huzar '93 utilized this gift method.By Torie Noellsch