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12 Days of Texas A&M

The Texas A&M Foundation is giving away a $1,000 academic award for the university's

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Congratulations to Christina Leonhardt ’13 & Meredith Curl ’14 on winning the Foundation’s $1,212.12 academic awards for 12.12.12!

Texas A&M University, in partnership with the The Association of Former Students, the Texas A&M Foundation and the 12th Man Foundation, will spend the first 12 days of December celebrating the 12th Man tradition with the Aggie family — a celebration that will culminate on Dec. 12, 2012.

Beginning on Dec. 1 through Dec. 12, the university will showcase the depth and spirit of Texas A&M through the “12 Days of Texas A&M” campaign. The campaign will highlight the academic excellence, global reach and traditions of Texas A&M on the university’s Facebook and Twitter accounts, which will also include daily giveaways, contests and more from the university, The Association, the Foundation and the 12th Man Foundation.

Giveaways
Thanks to generous donors from the Fightin’ Texas Aggie class of 1981, the Texas A&M Foundation is giving away TWO $1,212.12 academic awards to enrolled Texas A&M University College Station or Galveston students who are preregistered for the spring 2013 semester classes. ENTER TO WIN ONE OF TWO $1,212.12 ACADEMIC AWARDS NOW!

The Association of Former Students is giving away an Aggie Ring Certificate, up to $1,200 in value, that a qualified student or former student can apply toward the purchase of an Aggie Ring! READ MORE ABOUT THE AGGIE RING CERTIFICATE GIVEAWAY.

The 12th Man Foundation is giving away a Super Sports Package, which will provide one lucky fan with two tickets to all remaining home games for men’s basketball, women’s basketball, indoor track, baseball and softball. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE 12TH MAN FOUNDATION GIVEAWAYS.

12.12.12 Celebration
On Dec. 12, Aggies will be asked to participate in the ultimate Aggie moment: playing the school’s fight song at their place of work, home, or their chosen location. To help in this effort, at or near 12:12 p.m., Aggies in Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio or Bryan-College Station can tune into these radio stations to hear the The Aggie War Hymn, while files of the song will also be made available for Aggies wishing to download or stream. Aggies are also encouraged to wear maroon and white on 12-12-12, which has been declared the “Day of the 12th Man” by Texas A&M President R. Bowen Loftin.

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