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In the November-December 2017 issue

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the opening of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library Center, created to perpetuate the 41st president’s vision to prepare tomorrow’s leaders for lives devoted to public service. 

For generations, Aggies have honored 55 former students who died in World War I, but new research has uncovered six more Aggies who lost their lives during that conflict.

Amid massive devastation and suffering, Aggies did what they always do—they rolled up their sleeves and got to work. 

“More than just a shirt,” Maroon Out is a staple of the Aggie experience and a way for Aggies to come together and support one another, Aggie football and Texas A&M. 

PLUS: Aggies harnessing the power of the Aggie Network around the world; decorated WWII veteran Sam Smith '49 recalls his time in Aggieland; Houston's Wh30p Group helps Aggies stay engaged; news from campus; The Association's National and Area Representives Election informationAggie Network News; Silver Taps; and more. 

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