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“Here”- Jonathan Balmos

It is with a heavy heart and humble spirit that the DC Aggies announce the passing of a fellow Aggie and former National Capital Texas A&M Club President, Jonathan Balmos, Class of ’97. Jonathan Merrill Balmos, 46, passed… Read More

The End of An Era, but the Voice Will Carry On

After 40 years, the voice of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band is signing off.  Watch Col. Jay O. Brewer ’81’s final halftime announcement Saturday on Texas A&M’s social media during the A&M-LSU game.  Brewer told The Association recently, “I can’t begin… Read More

Aggie Network Trivia Night

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf3r4luCJ4HVKWb0NCuDLfVffp2Z1wCWHM8hKUAZieTsnjz6w/viewform Howdy, Ags! Join us online on Monday, Aug. 24 at 7 p.m. for our Aggie Network Trivia Night hosted by The Association of Former Students. Join fellow Aggies and friends online to test your knowledge of the… Read More

DC Aggies Virtual Concert with Aaron Watson on Facebook Live

 Date: Sunday, June 7thTime: 8pm EasternLength: 30-45minPlatform: Facebook Livefacebook.com/NCTAMC/ While we as the DC Aggie club have already paid Aaron’s booking fee, we hope our DC Aggie members would consider donating to the DC Aggie organization. The National… Read More

Aggies on the Hill 2020

Representatives of Texas A&M and The Association of Former Students fanned out in small teams across Capitol Hill on February 12th making personal visits to the offices of dozens of members of Congress to promote the importance of… Read More

NOVA Aggie Recognized on Corps of Cadets website

Daniel Wintill ’20 Daniel Wintill ’20 is a Structural Engineering major with a minor in Engineering Project Management from Springfield, Virginia. He is the son of Greg and Erin Wintill. Daniel is a member of Squadron 12 where… Read More

DC Aggie Reception with new Athletic Director, Ross Bjork


Foreign Agriculture Service opportunities

Have an interest in international affairs, trade, and/or agriculture? Check out this post announcing the timeline for applying to the USDA’s Foreign Agriculture Service. There’s an informational meeting on Wed, Sept 25th at 11am; get out there and… Read More

Texas A&M student develops video game for working cattle

For students studying animal science, interactive gaming can now help introduce concepts of working with cattle, before they’ve even stepped foot in a pen or pasture.  Nicholas Free, animal science senior at Texas A&M University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences didn’t grow… Read More