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  • Texas A&M has a long history of welcoming U.S. Presidents to campus!

    Celebrate Presidents' Day by reading about the nine presidents who have visited Aggieland to speak with, inspire, and encourage Aggies: tx.ag/PresidentsDay19

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  • As the friendliest university in the world, we celebrated #WorldKindnessDay by posting motivational flyers around campus to inspire Aggies to pay it forward and pass it back! #RandomActsofKindnessDay

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  • Reveille IX helped her handler Mia Miller throw out the first pitch at tonight’s opening day Texas A&M Baseball game. Gig ‘em, Miss Rev and Mia!

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Texas A&M University
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  • It's Opening Day for Texas A&M Baseball!

    The Aggies begin their season tonight at Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park vs. Fordham.

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  • Happy Valentine's Day, Aggies!

    Tradition states that if you walk under the drooping branches of the Century Tree with a loved one, you will be together forever! Celebrate love on Valentine's Day by sharing your Century Tree memories with the Aggie family below.

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  • Happy Valentine's Day from Reveille IX! The First Lady of Aggieland celebrated today with a box of her favorite dog treats.

    Photo shared from Reveille's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Reveille

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  • This season, Texas A&M Baseball is honoring former President George H.W. Bush with a 41 patch on their uniform and in the on-deck circle at Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park.

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  • For the fifth year, Texas A&M Baseball players began their season by shaving their heads in support of Vs. Cancer's mission to fight childhood cancer!

    Over the past five years of their involvement, the Aggies have raised more than $100,000 to fund cancer research & help kids with cancer.

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  • Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences student Laney Lord '20 exemplified the Aggie core value of selfless service when she dedicated her entire winter break to rescuing, caring for, & reuniting animals displaced by the California wildfires with Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team! Gig 'em, Laney!

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  • Today we're opening our campus to thousands of prospective students & families for Aggieland Saturday 2019! Welcome to Aggieland!

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  • It's officially Texas A&M Softball season in Aggieland!

    The Aggies take the field for the inaugural season at their new home of the Davis Diamond today: https://tx.ag/SoftballSched19

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  • Texas A&M Softball is now home to the best stadium and facilities in the nation: The Davis Diamond!

    Tour the new stadium ahead of tomorrow's opening day with these behind-the-scenes 360° photos.

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  • On this day in 1946, Maj. Horace S. Carswell Jr., Class of 1938, was posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for Valor for his actions over the South China Sea on October 26, 1944.

    Read his Medal of Honor citation: http://tx.ag/HSCJMOH

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  • Whoop! Gig 'em, Hayden!

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  • February 9 is Aggieland Saturday, Texas A&M’s annual open house for future Aggies! Tour campus, explore majors, and experience traditions - all in one day.

    Register now for Aggieland Saturday 2019 → https://admissions.tamu.edu/agsat

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  • Two sports. Two teams. One shared passion.

    Experience the rich cultures and traditions of the #12thMan at a Texas A&M Football game at Kyle Field and the atmosphere of a FC Bayern Munich soccer match through the eyes of Aggie Colin Brennan '19!

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  • Students from Myanmar traveled to America for the first time, experienced Texas, and worked with Aggies at Invent for the Planet 2018 to empower half a billion kids worldwide without electricity to study at night!

    Texas A&M Engineering's Invent for the Planet 2019 will welcome students from 30 universities to Aggieland to solve some of the world's biggest problems: tx.ag/IFTP19

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  • The Polar Vortex blasting the Midwest this week has the potential to smash records and put people in deadly positions. ❄️

    John Nielsen-Gammon, Texas A&M Geosciences professor & Office of the Texas State Climatologist, explains how the Vortex formed and just how dangerous this historic weather actually is in The Hill.

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Texas A&M University
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  • When Samuel Giese '19 accompanied his friends to The Association of Former Students order their Aggie Rings, he never expected that he would be ordering his own...

    Samuel's fellow cadets in the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets rallied the Aggie family to raise the money to surprise him with his own Aggie Ring!

    Read the full story in The Battalion: tx.ag/BattRingSurprise

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  • The Texas Historical Commission recently dedicated a new historical marker in Academic Plaza to commemorate Aggies' participation in WWI!

    The historical marker reads:

    "World War I allowed the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas to expand beyond military training and directly contribute to the war effort with staff and students volunteering for service in large numbers. Students first served for other countries before the U.S. entered the war. As early as Sept. 1914, Georges Pierre Ferdinand Juine, Class of 1907, enlisted as a private in the French Army. In Mar. 1917, the school offered their programs and facilities for use during the war. By Dec. 1917, TAMC was designated a U.S. Army training base.

    Along with the normal instruction of its college students, the college became a base for three lines of intensive military training. In Dec. 1917, soldiers reported to train as radio mechanics. They were assigned to Goodwin Hall as their barracks, and received technical instruction from the Department of Electrical Engineering. The service training detachment of mechanics and technicians was in operation by summer of 1918. The third area of training was in the Signal Corps School of Meteorology, established in May 1918 to train men for aviation, gas and flame attacks, bombing expeditions and many other military and naval operations. The school operated out of the Civil Engineering Building and was the only one of its kind among allied nations during the war.

    With the U.S. Calling on the male faculty to serve, for the first time in the college’s history women served on the faculty, teaching botany and French. Despite an influenza outbreak in Sept. 1918, the college and community continued their support through liberty bond drives and increasing agricultural production until the war ended. More than 2,200 Aggies served, with at least 62 making the supreme sacrifice from a dedicated community of students, faculty and citizens during a time of war."

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  • This lingering goodbye between a cadet from the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets and his sweetheart was captured by Life.com photographer Frank Scherschel in February 1949! #TBT

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  • The one and only Camp Brisket welcomes barbecue lovers from around the world to Aggieland for a class unlike any other!

    Renowned pitmasters joined Texas A&M Animal Science BBQ experts at Camp Brisket 2019 to explore the science & secrets to the perfect Texas brisket: https://tx.ag/CampBrisket19

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  • As temperatures drop, remember to bring your furry friends inside for their safety, says Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences!

    Aggie vets suggest you bring your pets in when temperatures hit 45℉. For more tips to keep them safe & warm through the winter: https://tx.ag/WinterPets

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  • A Marine One helicopter formerly flown in by President George H.W. Bush will become a permanent exhibit at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum!

    Read more about the presidential aircraft and its future exhibit in Aggieland in the Houston Chronicle: https://tx.ag/41MarineOne

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