The Four Way Cross Maneuver by the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band

The Four Way Cross Maneuver by the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band. Some things at Texas A&M are just unique. Yet for all of our talk of tradition, few schools or companies I have ever encountered embrace the speed of change in today’s world than Texas A&M.

In the newly rebuilt Kyle Field at Texas A&M University!

Kyle Field 2015
The Newly Rebuilt Kyle Field at Texas A&M

A panorama of the new field completed for our final home game of 2015.

50 Yard Line


Aggie Sidelines


the band
the band

The ¬†Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band.


The new stadium is spectacular!

Kyle Field 2915

Aggieland is completely different from the 1990s. Aggieland is exactly the same as it was in the 1990s. Just completely different, core values and leadership focus in tact. Gig’em.

Creative Commons Photographs of Texas A&M University

The following photos are all Creative Commons photos I have taken over the years at Texas A&M University. You are free to use them with attribution. I simply ask that you use them with respect. (For those who don’t know, I’m an Aggie, class of 90, Political Science.)

The Flag Room at the Memorial Student Center at Texas A&M University. Click for an 6000 pixel wide panorama version.

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The Century Tree at TAMU in Black and White. Click for a 12000 pixel wide version.
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Kyle Field Panorama. Click for 12511 pixel wide version.
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Aggie March In. Click for 2100 pixel wide version
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Kyle Field, Aggie 100 Awards. Click for 3456 wide version.
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Aggie Bonfire Memorial. Click for 3456 wide version.
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42 at the Dixie Chicken. Click for 3265 wide version.
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Bottlecap Alley on Northgate. Click for 3377 version.
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All of the above photos are creative commons attribution “photo by Ed Schipul.” I simply ask that you use them respectfully in line with the Texas A&M Honor code. Thanks!