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Dr. G. Cliff Lamb, department head of animal science at Texas A&M University, is helping transform the beef cattle industry to meet global needs.
Students and faculty at the Texas A&M School of Law tackle real-world cases in the pursuit of justice.By Jeannie Ralston
Introducing Aggie Park, a new premier green space located in the heart of Texas A&M's campus.
Learn about the Forsyth and Stark Galleries, two on-campus gems highlighting the beauty and power of art.By Michele Schevikhoven '21
Allan Marburger ’60, a Central Texas cattle rancher and big-time Aggie benefactor,receives the 2020 Sterling C. Evans Medal.By Dorian Martin '06
Texas A&M visualization graduates are taking over Hollywood.By Bailey Payne '19
Dr. Susan Rudd Bailey ’78 ’81, president of the American Medical Association, gives physicians and patients a voice in the medical industry.By Torie Noellsch
A chronological look at U.S. presidents who have ventured to Aggieland.By Clare Fusselman '21
As the end of the Lead by Example campaign approaches, here’s a look at some of the biggest campus achievements made possible by donors’ generosity.
Samantha Hernandez ’20, a biomedical science major and first-generation graduate, shares how the Terry Foundation and Texas A&M University helped make her dreams possible.By Lydia Hill '21
Dr. Samuel R. Gammon III ’44, a World War II veteran and retired Foreign Service Officer, reflects on his lifetime of experiences and his decision to give a bequest to the Department of History.By Chrystal Houston