The Texas A&M Foundation Magazine
More than 130 years since its founding, Holick’s Manufacturing Company stands as a testament to the immeasurable legacy left by Aggie boot craftsman Joseph Holick.
Take our quiz to discover the perfect planned giving method for you to support Aggieland’s future.
Inspired by one of Aggieland's most meaningful traditions, Jeanette Hennigan penned the poem "Silver Taps at A&M," aiming to convey the power of the Aggie Spirit to others.
We asked: Did you hitchhike to and from Aggieland back in the day? Here are the responses!
Myrtle Jones creates a Foundation Excellence Award to encourage more Black students to pursue accounting degrees.
These childhood friends-turned-entrepreneurs are putting their Texas A&M University skill sets to use as founders of Einstein Moving Company.
Check out the campus priority initiatives featured in this issue of Spirit and discover how you can make a difference.
Audrey Stedman '22 highlights Aggie Knitting, Crafting and More, an impactful student service organization.
The Fish Drill Team celebrates 75 years of pursuing perfection and precision.
Former Texas A&M University employees Dr. Peter Witt and Dr. Joyce Nies donate approximately 20 pieces of Native American artwork to the University Art Galleries.
…Texas A&M University is home to a military innovation hub like no other in the United States?
Five cadets braved harsh weather and rugged terrain during a 1,000-mile ruck march to raise money for the Special Operations Warrior Foundation.
Take a look back at The Big Event during 40 eventful years.
Engineers Without Borders tackles infrastructure improvement projects in Rwanda and the Dominican Republic.
How time with roommates taught me to cherish my years in Aggieland.
The new Department of Military Medicine builds on Aggieland’s military legacy by training the next generation of physicians for battle.
Donna ’92 and Steven Leist ’93 used their donor-advised fund to create an endowment for first-generation students in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
Renowned artist Benjamin Knox ’90 honors George H.W. Bush's legacy with acommemorative 16-foot oil painting for the Bush School of Government & Public Service.
Dr. Jamie Grunlan utilizes water-based nanocoatings to create materials that are resistant to flames and ultraviolet light.
Tyson Voelkel '96 discusses strategic editorial updates to Spirit magazine.