A&M-Central Texas graduate student, Aaron Mandzak, 36, doesn’t fit the stereotypical mold of a university student. Not by a long shot. He wouldn’t dream of skipping a class to sleep late, and he willingly accepts the voluntary responsibilities of leadership, even though these days, the definition of “active duty” is more about being a long-distance […]
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A&M-Central Texas Student Aims for Career in Foreign Service After Completing Internship with Texas Legislator Scott Cosper
Killeen, Texas – By her own admission, Kentina Saxon, 24, doesn’t have a hometown. The oldest child of parents who both served in the U.S. Army, she’s followed them from one duty assignment to another ever since the day she was born. “I was born in Germany, but moved back to the U.S. with my […]
Former Central Texas College Student Discovers Love of Math Completes Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees at A&M-Central Texas
Killeen, Texas – Lupe Colon, 24, knows that she won’t ever be the biggest person in the room – unless the room she’s in is filled with youngsters. Standing upright, she’s a stretch at 5’2. At best 110 pounds. Speaking in a quick cadence that is almost musical, she flips away a stray cascade of […]
Killeen – Students in the A&M-Central Texas College of Arts and Sciences Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society welcomed guest speaker, Claudia Anderson, former Supervisory Archivist at the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library. Ms. Anderson highlighted her experience with President Johnson’s recorded phone conservations which are just now being made available to the public and […]