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In the September-October 2016 issue
TRADITIONS THROUGH TIME
The sights and sounds of Aggie football pageantry have deep roots in the past—and some are surprisingly new.
In Washington, D.C., two Aggies make their marks through service.
HISTORY IN LETTERS
Robert Kokernot ’44 went to war, but his heart stayed with the beautiful woman he met at an Aggie dance.
YOUR IMPACT ON TEXAS A&M
The Association presents our Annual Report, recapping financial activities for the year ending Dec. 31, 2015. See how your gifts made a difference to Texas A&M.
PLUS: Aggieland of the 1930s through the eyes of a "campus kid"; a message from Texas A&M President Michael K. Young; news from campus; Aggie Network News; Silver Taps; A&M Club presidents; and more.
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