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Neely Mezzanine Exhibits

Six interactive exhibits tell the stories of Texas A&M’s proud past and reflect on The Association’s commitment to the future.

Through these exhibits, the history of Texas A&M comes to life in blazing video; the press of a button elicits a story about great former students such as Kyle, Rudder, Harrington and Zachry; the drum cadence of the Aggie Band punctuates each point in our university’s proud past.

Additionally, the Tribute Wall allows you to explore the lives of Aggies who have made an impact on The Association, Texas A&M, and the world.
Traditions Exhibit

Game day at Kyle Field, Midnight Yell Practice, Aggie Bonfire, and Silver Taps come to life in this immersive video experience in the Traditions exhibit.

Visitors are able to move the images on the screen 360 degrees to get a unique perspective on these time-honored traditions.

Traditions Exhibit Traditions Exhibit
Spirit

Have you wondered what it would be like to lead a yell at Midnight Yell Practice at Kyle Field? In the Spirit exhibit, you can.

Visitors in this exhibit are superimposed on an image of Kyle Field during Midnight Yell, and are recorded leading a yell. You can view and download your video clip on this website to share with your friends and family.

Spirit Exhibit
Spirit Exhibit Traditions Exhibit
Spirit

The Aggie Muster exhibit contains photos from over 120 Aggie Muster ceremonies held around the world, along with a spectacular piece of lenticular art depicting the famous 1946 Aggie Muster on Corregidor Island in the Philippines.

The flag in the photo is currently on display in the case in the foreground.

Spirit Exhibit
Spirit Exhibit Traditions Exhibit
Memories Exhibit Memories Exhibit

In the Memories exhibit, visitors can view clips from The Association’s extensive oral history collection, as well as record and download memories of their time at Texas A&M.

You can view and download your video clip on this website to share with your friends and family.

Memories Exhibit Memories Exhibit
Legacy

The history of Texas A&M and The Association of Former Students comes to life in the Legacy exhibit. Priceless artifacts are mixed in with photos and graphic panels that give a glimpse into Aggieland’s proud past.

Also showcased in this exhibit along the opposite rail will be The Association’s three Aggie Ring collections.

Legacy Exhibit
Legacy Exhibit Legacy Exhibit
Network

The world-wide Aggie Network consists of hundreds of thousands of dedicated people who are making contributions to the greater good all over the globe.

From volunteers at over 225 local A&M clubs, to former students living and working on virtually every continent, Aggies are leading the way in nurturing the possibilities of the future and making the world a better place.

Network Exhibit
Network Exhibit Network Exhibit