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History lecturer named Student Veteran Supporter of the Year

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William (Bill) Collopy (middle) William (Bill) Collopy, a lecturer with the Department of History, has been named the Veteran Supporter of the Year by Texas A&M University’s Veteran Resource and Support Center. This recognition was coordinated by the center’s new Faculty, Staff & Advisor Veteran Support Recognition Program, which allows graduating veteran students to identify […]

Student initiates career with SGA and the College of Liberal Arts


Sophomore psychology student, Hannah Wimberly Sophomore College of Liberal Arts student Hannah Wimberly wants to get inside of your head. As a psychology major, she is working to understand the human mind. In her involvement with the Student Government Association (SGA), she is working to apply these understandings to make campus a better place. Through […]

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What does it mean to be human? Why do we think and feel the way we do? Where did we come from, and where are we going? These are some of the questions that shape the liberal arts experience. The College of Liberal Arts at Texas A&M University is committed to teaching the essential, timeless […]

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Psychology grad uses role as CEO to give back

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Psychology major to CEO, Gay Wathen (right) Former student Gay Gill Wathen has worked in the oil field business for 34 years. Fresh out of college, Wathen wasn’t sure how she was going to use her psychology degree. Today, as the president of oil company Gill Services, she said she uses her degree daily. “You […]

Liberal Arts student strives to reduce response time to gun violence


By Sebastian Maldonado Philosophy student Luke Neese is leading a multidisciplinary group of students to produce a cost-effective acoustic gunshot detection system, aptly named “Acoustic Shield.” Neese presented the idea at a three-day start-up event hosted by Startup Aggieland, a student-designed campus business accelerator for entrepreneurial endeavors. The team behind the effort includes Luke Neese, […]