2001 (when the photo was taken)Student Description
Kyle Field at Texas A&M University.
Largest Football Stadium in the State!
Best Fans in the State!
(Largest Crowd: 87,555)
|I LOVE TEXAS A&M! I would like to know who founded it! Any ideas?|
George Bush Presidential Library and Museum on the Texas
The nationally famous, FIGHTIN' TEXAS AGGIE BAND
The Albritton Bell Tower dominates this night-time view of
Olsen Field at Texas A&M University (Largest Crowd 11,052)
Reed Arena at Texas A&M University (Largest Crowd 12,633)
Over 82,000 gather to remember the victims of the terrorist
This fountain on the Texas A&M campus is known as the 'Fish
Military Walk, a tree lined walkway from the Memorial
A view of the Texas A&M University campus from Old Main
On Campus: Autumn comes to Aggieland.
Fountains in the Chemistry Plaza. Harrington Tower is
Looking down at the Aggies coming to the game from high atop
A view of the campus looking from the northside dorms
Pictured is the Sbisa Dining Hall, a 137,900 square foot
From 1909 to 1999 Texas A&M University students have worked
This sculpture on the Texas A&M Campus honors the Aggie
Pictured is the Alumni Center at Texas A&M University, home
The Zone at Kyle Field is located at the north endzone of the
Texas A&M University's Fightin' Texas Aggie Band—With
Pictured is Texas Aggie Muster at Reed Arena. Muster is
The Texas A&M University Aggie Ring is a tradition as
TTI is an official research agency for the Texas Department
David G. Eller Oceanography and Meteorology Building
Rudder Tower is a multi-purpose administrative and
Texas A&M University has the largest college of
Jack K. Williams Administration Building Enterence
The Butler Building houses classrooms, laboratories of
Fransis Hall - Recreation, Parks and Tourism Sciences
Aerial View of a part of the Texas A&M "West Campus".
Aerial view of a part of the Texas A&M "Research Park" and
this is me in my first playoff game this past football year,