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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Roku founder Anthony Wood ’90 reimagined the way we consume TV.
Dr. Jeff Savell ’75 has a knack for finger-licking-good meat, especially when it comes to Texas barbecue.
The M.B. Zale Leadership Scholars Program in Mays Business School prepares students like Stephanie Martinez ’16 for successful careers in retailing.
The remarkable story of how Squadron 11 cownapped Texas A&M’s archrival mascot in 1963.By DR. BILL G. TOMPKINS '65
An intensive summer camp gives grade school teachers the geology experience of a lifetime.By Rick Giardino
Renovations to the Quad reflect a changing and growing Corps of Cadets.By RETIRED BRIG. GEN. JOE E. RAMIREZ JR. '79
Daniel Ragsdale, director of the Texas A&M Cybersecurity Center, explains how you can protect yourself in an age of increased hacking and identity theft.By CHRYSTAL HOUSTON
Learn about the three Lead by Example campaign pillars and how you can support initiatives in each.
Maier Foundation President Brad Rowe ’97 establishes a scholarship fund for future engineers.
One of the most respected Aggie organizations, the Texas A&M Foundation Maroon Coats celebrate 10 years.
Private philanthropy gives Dr. Nicholas B. Suntzeff, director of Texas A&M’s astronomy program, the freedom to explore the depths of the cosmos.
A discussion with Dr. Jen Shang, a philanthropic psychologist at Plymouth University in the United Kingdom.By Tyson Voelkel '96