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MSC OPAS 42 The Cerebral Gesture: The Paintings of Alan Stacell The Great War Exhibit

MSC OPAS 42

Take a look at this year's OPAS lineup, which includes national tours direct from Broadway, concerts, theatrical plays, family fun, and more.

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The Cerebral Gesture: The Paintings of Alan Stacell

Visit an exhibit of 20 paintings by the late Alan Stacell, a prolific artist and former professor of architecture at Texas A&M

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The Great War Exhibit

"The Great War: Memories of Service and Sacrifice, A World War I Exhibit Featuring the Aggie Experience" will be open at Cushing Memorial Library & Archives through August 2014.

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Hallmark October Event: Pioneers in a Journey Toward Inclusion

Event Type
Special Event
Date
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Time
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Description
The second Hallmark Event in Texas A&M’s semester-long celebration of “50 Years of Inclusion” is a dynamic panel discussion featuring four “Pioneers in a Journey Toward Inclusion.” Moderating the discussion will be author, photographer and producer Sunny Nash ’77, among the first African-American female graduates of Texas A&M. Nash will lead the discussion with reflections on her own journey at Texas A&M and beyond and then turn the discussion over to a special panel of Aggies who helped forge the path toward inclusion. Panel participants include Sammy Williams ’68, one of the first black football players at Texas A&M, who currently works with the Caring Aggie Mentorship Program in Houston; Daniel Hernandez ’73, the first Hispanic to serve as the university’s assistant Director of Admissions, Affirmative Action Officer, Assistant General Counsel, and Associate Vice Chancellor, in addition to being a founding member of CAMAC, MALFA, and TAMHN; and Carri Baker Wells ’84, a well-known political leader in San Antonio and current chair of the “Go Red” campaign for the American Heart Association in San Antonio. Wells was one of the first Diamond Darlings at Texas A&M and helped lead the effort to get The Zone at Kyle Field completed. Each member of the panel will take a few moments to share their personal stories and then engage in a lively and thought-provoking discussion on the importance of diversity and inclusion.
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Sponsor
Texas A&M University
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