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HEARTS OF AGGIELAND
What makes Texas A&M so special?
It isn't hard to understand.
The answer is found when one is transformed
By the Spirit of Aggieland.
Some may scoff at our traditions.
Some may mock our sense of pride.
But what other school plays Silver Taps
When one of its own has died?
 



Could it be the famous Corps of Cadets,
Or perhaps the Fighting Texas Aggie Band?
Could it be ol' Sul Ross, or E. King Gill,
The original Twelfth Man?
Maybe it's the student body, ready and willing
To answer the call, who proudly stand.
Or the Aggie bond, when you see
Another's senior ring, introduce yourself,
And shake his hand.

 


Maybe it's Reveille, or Kyle Field,
Or the Aggie War Hymn and its "Hullabaloo".
Perhaps its Bonfire, signifying our burning desire
To "Beat the Hell Outta t.u!"
Maybe it's the Former Students.
There are no "exes" here.
Maybe it's Muster, when the Roll is called,
And another answers, "Here".
 


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You see, my friend, all of these and more
Make Texas A&M stand apart.
For once you're an Aggie, you're always an Aggie, and the Spirit burns within your heart.
And though "some may boast of prowess bold of The school they think so grand",
The Spirit is alive, and they bleed maroon
In the Hearts of Aggieland.




Class of '77
Copyright 1993
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Framed Diploma 20"x24"
Framed Diploma w/ Hearts of Aggieland Poem by Pat Canuteson and Aggie Ring by Tammie Bissett.
Maroon
$175.00

Matted Diploma 20"x24"
Matted Diploma w/ Hearts of Aggieland Poem by Pat Canuteson and Aggie Ring by Tammie Bissett.
Maroon
$75.00
   
   

Framed Diploma 16"x20"
Framed Diploma
Wood Frame/Maroon Matting
$150.00

Matted Diploma 16"x20"
Matted Diploma
Maroon/Gold Trim
$65.00
   
   
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