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In The March-April 2014 Issue

To mark the 125th anniversary of the Aggie Ring, Texas Aggie takes you through the changes and events in history that affected the Ring design that is so widely recognized today.

Ride along on a road trip with the Pulse of the Spirit of Aggieland, the nationally famous Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band.

In the spring of 2010, we interviewed Dr. R. Bowen Loftin ’71, newly named to the presidency of Texas A&M University. Almost four years later, we interviewed him again, after his resignation had been announced and just a few weeks before he left to become chancellor of the University of Missouri.

As April 21 again draws near, we at The Association of Former Students remind you that, come April 21, if there is an Aggie within 100 miles of you, you should get together, share a meal and live over the days you spent at A&M.

PLUS: News from the Aggie Network, A&M Notebook, Silver Taps, a Parting Shot suitable for framing and more! There is something for everyone in  Texas Aggie. Get involved with The Association, receive six issues of Texas Aggie magazine,and stay in touch with the greatest university and alumni in the world!

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