“If there is an A&M man in one hundred miles of you, you are expected to get together, eat a little, and live over the days you spent at the A&M College of Texas.”
Howdy, Ags.In March of 1923, Texas Aggie magazine urged former students of Texas A&M to reunite on April 21 and reflect on the Spirit of Aggieland. Today, tens of thousands Aggies gather each April 21 in more than 300 locations around the world. From small county gatherings to larger formal events hosted in hotel ballrooms, the observances have become as diverse as Aggies themselves, reflecting the preferences and personalities of the communities and the volunteers that step forward to host them.
Texas Aggie usually is distributed only to active members of The Association, but we are making the digital version of this issue available to the entire Aggie Network in order to help promote the time-honored Muster tradition. Active members of The Association —those who donate $50 or more per year—receive six issues of Texas Aggie each year and can choose delivery of the traditional printed magazine, the new electronic version, or both. Every issue includes inspiring stories and captivating photography, news from campus, Silver Taps, and much more. You can find more information about becoming an active member at tx.ag/TexasAggie.
As the official magazine of the Aggie Network, Texas Aggie promotes the interests and welfare of Texas A&M and perpetuates the ties of affection between former students and their alma mater. We believe there is no greater tie than Aggie Muster, an event that embodies the very Spirit of Aggieland. We hope you will join us April 21 in celebrating our Aggie Spirit at a location near you!
Thanks and gig ’em,
Scot Walker ’90,Editor, Texas Aggie magazine
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