The Texas Aggie Magazine
Reprints from the Alumni Magazine of Texas A&M University
By David L. Chapman '67
Texas A&M University Archivist
January 2002 - Hike to the Brazos: Blisters, Battles and a Good Time Away From Campus
March 2002 - Yearbooks and "Coeds"
May 2002 - Edwin Jackson Kyle (1876-1963), Class of 1899 and Mr. Texas A&M of his Day
January 2001 - President's Office Abolished: Hardaway Hunt Dinwiddie, Chairman of the Faculty
March 2001 - The Last Chairman: Louis Lowry McInnis
May 2001 - "Living Room of the Campus": The "Old" Memorial Student Center
July 2001- Politics and Poker: The Location of Texas A&M
September 2001 - "I think I shall like it." Lawrence Sullivan Ross, February 2, 1891
November 2001 - October 4, 1876: "A liberal, scientific and practical education."
January 2000 - Part I - The Great Owl Campaign: The Case of the Purloined Bird
April 2000 - Part II - The Great Owl Campaign: The Case of the Purloined Bird, The Raid
June 2000 - Part III - The Great Owl Campaign: The Case of the Purloined Bird
August 2000 - Hart and Walton Halls: An Experiment in Student Living
October 2000 - Fermier Hall: Old Mechanical Engineering Building
November 2000 - A New Beginning: A&M's Second President, John Garland James
December 2000 - James Reid Cole - Texas A&M's Third President?
January 1999 - Nagle Hall (1909- ) and the Old State Chemist Building (1909- )
March 1999 - Bolton Hall (1912 - )
April 1999 - Reveille is Missing
June 1999 - The Halbouty Geosciences Building (Geology and Petroleum Engineering)
August 1999 - Bernard Sbisa Hall (1913 - )
October 1999 - Father of the Texas Cattle Industry: Dr. Mark Francis (1862-1936)
November 1999 - Mark Francis Hall (1918 - Present)
December 1999 - The History Building: Agriculture Building (1922 - 1998)
January 1998 - Goodwin Hall, 1908-1989: The First and Last of Its Kind
March 1998 - Science Hall, 1900-1968: The Old Agriculture and Horticulture Building
June 1998 - An Architectural Triumph: The Administration Building, 1932-
August 1998 - Jack K. Williams Administration Building
October 1998 - A Scrapbook: One of the Many Hidden Treasures
November 1998 - A Symbol of Academic Excellence: The Academic Building, 1914-
December 1998 - Tommy Mayo: Odd Jobs and Libraries
January 1997 - 'Prexy' The Student's President Thomas Otto Walton: President of A&M, 1925-1943
March 1997 - The Y.M.C.A. (1914- ) A Building Lost in Time
April 1997 - Texas A&M's First Dean Charles Puryear: Dean of the College, 1907-1930
June 1997 - Old Memories: Foster Hall, 1889-1951
August 1997 - The Twins: Law and Puryear 1927-1996
October 1997 - A Tragic Loss: Lafayette Lumpkin Foster, 1851-1901
November 1997 - Grand Classical Design: The Old Chemistry and Veterinary Building, 1902-1929
December 1997 - A Home for Sully: The President's Home, 1891-1963
January 1996 - "Window to the World" - Guion Hall 1918-1971
March 1996 - George Pfueffer Mess Hall Profits, The First Dorm Pfeuffer Hall, 1887 - 1954
April 1996 - The Kyle Field Chronicle: In the Beginning Part I
June 1996 - The Kyle Field Chronicle: Mules and Grandstands Part II
August 1996 - The Kyle Field Chronicle: Memorial Stadium? Part III
October 1996 - The Kyle Field Chronicle: One Horseshoe and Two Impractical Professors Part IV November 1996 - The Old Assembly Hall
December 1996 - Professor Robert Franklin Smith: One of the Giants 1858 - 1931
January 1995 - And Then There Were None ! - In Memoriam George Henry Gay, Jr. '40, 1917-1994
March 1995 - Gathright Hall: A Magnificent Afterthought
April 1995 - Ross Hall: Bats, Skunks, Students and the Poor Man's Pentagon
June 1995 - Thomas S. Gathright: Dedicated to Success, Doomed to Failure
August 1995 - Help !
October 1995 - Texas A&M's Castle: The Old Mess Hall (1897 - 1911)
November 1995 - Bernard Sbisa (1842 - 1928): Culinary Artist on a Grand Scale
January 1994 - The Motorola Archival Imaging Project: Preserving a Rich Photographic Heritage
March 1994 - Old Main: Visual Record of a Building's Life and Passing
April 1994 - There are Airplanes in the Pavilion!
June 1994 - Jesse Easterwood '09 WWI Hero and Pioneer in Naval Aviation!
August 1994 - The Cushing Restoration Project: Preserving a Past to Enhance the Future Part I
October 1994 - The Cushing Restoration Project: Preserving a Past to Enhance the Future Part II: A Man and His Legacy
November 1994 - The Cushing Restoration Project: Preserving a Past to Enhance the Future Part III: The Vision
December 1994 - Well, Not Exactly!
The Texas Aggie was published eight times per year through 2000. It is now published six times per year by the Association of Former Students, Texas A&M University, and The Clayton Williams Jr. Alumni Center.