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This special issue of Heritage Magazine paints vivid pictures of the role the Texas A&M University Libraries plays in preserving our storied past and writing a promising future by offering resources to help today's Aggie's succeed. As you read, look for the protagonist of each story: librarians, former students and visionary donors who are helping write the next chapter for Aggieland...one that's guaranteed to have a happy ending.
Cindy ’88 and Taylor Craigen ’92 plan to help the Aggie community learn from history, one rare artifact at a time.
Explore the various advantages of seven planned giving methods that are as unique as their givers.
What does a day in the life of a Texas A&M University librarian look
like? Check out this Q&A to find out!
Discover how the libraries’ treasure trove of resources has expanded and evolved to help students succeed in an ever-changing educational landscape.
The whirr of an increasingly digital age motivates Mark Hall ’84 to support the Texas A&M University Libraries’ efforts to preserve the past.
Heritage 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.
Thanks to Texas A&M University’s Agricultural and Natural Resources Policy Internship Program, two Aggies found their life partner and life plan.
Essynce Pozomina-Lewis ’22 shares how a gift from the late Faye Keene led to a 2021 education abroad experience in Ukraine that she’ll never forget.
Not all who wander are lost. Dr. Sue ’94 ’02 and Patrick Mahoney ’71 know where they’re going and are paving the way for Aggies to join the adventure.
Explore past issues of Heritage (Spirit of Sharing) below, or learn more about the impact you can create at Texas A&M University through a planned gift.