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Cushing Memorial Library and Archives has a past as storied as its collections.
Cindy ’88 and Taylor Craigen ’92 plan to help the Aggie community learn from history, one rare artifact at a time.
Discover how the libraries’ treasure trove of resources has expanded and evolved to help students succeed in an ever-changing educational landscape.
What does a day in the life of a Texas A&M University librarian look
like? Check out this Q&A to find out!
The whirr of an increasingly digital age motivates Mark Hall ’84 to support the Texas A&M University Libraries’ efforts to preserve the past.
A new endowment raises awareness for women’s history and the university library system.
Step inside the curious world of faculty and staff who have made their offices uniquely their own.
The late Dr. Harwood Hinton’s endowment created in memory of his son supports Cushing Memorial Library and Archives’ efforts to document history.
Sharon Almaguer '84 gives back to the Texas A&M University Libraries as part of her commitment to lead by example and help fellow Aggies.
Couple establishes full-ride scholarship endowment; Cushing Library receives rare map collection; Chick-fil-A owner gives back; husband honors late wife's legacy.
The initial investment of a planned gift made by Peggy and John Hill '44 in 1987 has nearly doubled and is now making a powerful impact on campus.
Meet four Texas A&M faculty and staff members who established planned gifts as another way of giving back to the university.
Laurie Hagemaier reflects on her late father’s legacy of generosity as his planned gift takes effect.
Showcasing the impact of planned gifts during the Lead by Example campaign.
The Texas A&M University Libraries added a new crown jewel to its Floyd and Louise Chapman Texas and Borderlands Collection: a rare 1830 map of Texas created by the “Father of Texas,” Stephen F. Austin.
Showcasing the impact of planned gifts during the Lead by Example campaign. earn how donors like Elizabeth Bradford are making a difference by being future focused.
Texas A&M’s response to a student housing shortage in the 1930s.
Texas A&M Chancellor John Sharp ’72, the university’s Board of Regents, and Bonnie and Otway Denny ’71 enable acquisition of 1830 map of Texas.
Students design prototypes through Aggies Invent; Rudder Radio launches at Texas A&M at Galveston; Warrior-Scholar Project expands.
The Ragan Military History Collection at Cushing Memorial Library and Archives offers students and scholars a look into American military history.
Cushing Memorial Library and Archives at Texas A&M University offers scholars an inside look into the first books created in the New World.
In honor of the centennial of the U.S. involvement in World War I, we take a journey back 100 years to what life was like on campus during this time.
As we approach Muster, we reflect on its longstanding tradition and ask university archivist Greg Bailey to share the preserved Muster artifacts
Physics and Engineering Festival attracts science lovers of all ages; Shipwreck Weekend showcases nautical archaeology program; Career Closet suits Aggies for jobs.
Funds from a professorship enable a Texas A&M librarian to put the Medical Sciences Library and its historical veterinary literature collection on the map.
Shakespeare’s First Folio travels to campus; agronomy society plants educational corn maze; engineering students create Hyperloop prototypes.
Aggie yearbooks go digital; abstract sculptures come to campus; Zachry Group creates engineering leadership program; architecture students assist Austin homeless.