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In the November-December 2015 issue
NEW WAYS OF UNDERSTANDING HUMANITY
As it marks 50 years, A&M’s College of Liberal Arts is applying technology to fields both burgeoning and traditional. The college is combining the arts and science to impact the world.
THE 2015 AGGIE 100
Mays Business School’s Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship and Texas Aggie magazine celebrate the success of the 100 fastest-growing Aggie-owned or Aggie-led businesses in the world.
A GIFT OF THE AGGIE SPIRIT
After Courtney Reed ’12 lost her Aggie Ring, an anonymous Aggie stepped in to replace it.
SERVICE BEHIND THE SCENES
There are two parliamentarians who serve the lawmakers of Texas, one in the Senate and one in the House of Representatives. Only two—and both are Aggies.
PLUS: L.L. Foster, an unsung and unfortunate early president of the A&M College; Class of '66 dedicates Pacific War Memorial plaque; Constituent Networks; news from campus; Aggie Network News; and much more.
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