August 6, 2021
More Than Words
Outgoing liberal arts Dean Pamela R. Matthews shares her passion for words, her love of Texas A&M, and her admiration of students.
October 12, 2020
Kamilah Jones ‘99: Carrying on the Family Legacy
Kamilah Jones ‘99 leads in her father’s footsteps to make Texas A&M University a place that’s welcoming to all and capable of producing the highest quality leaders of tomorrow.
August 12, 2020
Carol Austin Snowden ‘82: Expanding Worldviews One Scholarship at a Time
You’d be hard pressed to find an Aggie who values learning for the sake of learning, fearless adventures, and the truth more than Carol Austin Snowden ‘82.
July 12, 2020
Kathy ‘90 and Tim Terzis ‘89: Franchisees with a Philanthropic Purpose
As proud Aggie parents, successful Sport Clips franchisees, and selfless supporters of the College of Liberal Arts, Kathy and Tim Terzis help keep the spirit of Aggieland thriving.
June 12, 2020
Brian Smith ‘92: A selfless liberal arts graduate and successful C.E.O.
This C.E.O. learned hard work young and pairs his excellent work ethic with his liberal arts education both in his career and philanthropy.
May 12, 2020
Sarah Hlavinka ‘86: A successfully selfless Aggie businesswoman
From small town Texas to New York City to the Lone Star State’s capital, this successful Aggie businesswoman has put her liberal arts education to good use in both business and philanthropy.
April 27, 2020
Former student named 2020 Distinguished Alumni
Former student and Pro Football Hall of Fame writer Charean Williams '86 was recently named a Distinguished Alumni, the highest honor bestowed on Texas A&M University former students.
April 12, 2020
Charles “Eddie” Burge ‘65: The power of an Aggie’s legacy
In honor of Muster, April’s Series of Service feature is in memoriam of one of the College of Liberal Arts’ greatest friends and leaders who passed away last year.
March 12, 2020
G. Philip Huey ‘52: A home-grown Aggie philanthropist
G. Philip Huey ‘52 built a successful career at the Dallas Park & Recreation Department after graduating from Texas A&M University. Today, he gives back to his alma mater by supporting the College of Liberal Arts.
February 12, 2020
Sam Buford ‘68: A successful lawyer with a passion for liberal arts
Sam Buford ‘68 attended Texas A&M University before the College of Liberal Arts existed on campus. Today, he encourages bright students like his daughter to study the liberal arts.