The Texas A&M Foundation Magazine
From Broadway to ballet, OPAS has been hosting top performances in Aggieland for 50 seasons.
Elephant Walk, one of Texas A&M University’s oldest traditions, has inspired seniors to reflect on their time in Aggieland for nearly a century.
The Class of 1980 E. King Gill Selfless Service Award’s recipients share why they stand for selfless service.
Bonnie and Dr. Terry Alfriend provide out-of-this-world opportunities to aerospace faculty and students through a generous mixed-use gift.
By Lydia Hill ’21
By Bailey Payne ’19
By Hilary Nguyen ’26
By Jeannie Ralston
By Mamie Hertel ’24
By Chrystal Houston
Brig. Gen. Patrick Michaelis ’93 brings a wealth of experience as 46th Commandant of the Corps of Cadets.
They’ve been spicing up your favorite dishes for decades. But behind Bolner’s Fiesta Brand and its quest for superior seasoning lies a family history that informs the company and its Aggie l...
Engineering researchers discuss prevailing technological and societal trends in electric, hybrid and driverless vehicles.
In 1883, the College Station train depot became an official gateway to campus for thousands of Aggies.
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 Texas A&M University meat science program is planning a new, state-of-the-art center that will build on its legacy?
An innovative new program in Mays Business School preps students for careers in the tech industry.
Al Mampre’s legacy in World War II’s legendary Easy Company is being memorialized at Texas A&M University through a veterans scholarship.
Thanks to an impactful scholarship, Jada Greenidge ’26 is pursuing her dreams to become an Aggie veterinarian.
An Aggie florist and photographer create breathtaking underwater scenes.
The iconic Ol’ Sarge character celebrates 85 years.
We asked: Where was your favorite local or campus hangout as a student? Here are the responses!
How a chance encounter with an incoming student helped me find my home in Aggieland.