Kyle Field Day is a one day service event outside of and in the concourse of Kyle Field, hosted by MSC FISH. The purpose of Kyle Field Day is to connect Texas A&M students and the Bryan/College Station community with service organizations from on and off campus. The goal is to complete impactful, hands-on service […]
The Black Aggie Family BBQ, hosted by MSC WBAC, is an annual event centering around the unity of the Black campus community and their families. The event featured dancing, games, music and a chance to interact with Black organizations on campus.
MSC CAMAC created an opportunity for a “people’s theatre” experience. The production highlighted the Latinx experience followed by a discussion with the playwright. The original production titled, “We Lie! We Cheat! We Steal!” is a political farce about a trial concerning the colonization of indigenous persons and the subsequent oppression of Latin America by replaying […]
Kendyll Gabriel, Luke Reed, Justin Yin, Deyvian Augustine, Brittney Rains, Sean Petrosky, Alec Farris, Maryam Almaskin, Valeria Laya, Alice Liang, Madeleine Barth, Emilia Mrugala, Mihir Cherukupalli, Kayla Baird, Natalie Wills, Kara Rohloff, Elizabeth Gramling, Jane Moore Neha Deshmukh and Hannah Bludau
“Yo Soy Yo Y Mis Circunstancias: I Am Here To Stay,” was the theme of the 34th annual MSC Student Conference On Latinx Affairs. The three-day blended conference provided attendees the opportunity to learn about issues affecting the Latinx community from top leaders involved in Latinx empowerment and education. The March 31-April 2nd event saw […]
The International Student Association (ISA) recently celebrated the diversity of all international Aggies with I-Week. The week-long program consisted of everything from a dinner featuring cuisine from around the world to an art exhibit showcasing many different international styles.Not only is I-Week dedicated to promoting the cultural diversity of the Texas A&M community, I-Week is […]
The MSC Wiley Lecture Series is hosting Cameron on April 1 for a discussion of world affairs. By Brandon Wheeler Irizarry, MSC Wiley Lecture Series The MSC Wiley Lecture Series at Texas A&M University will present “A Conversation with David Cameron,” featuring the former United Kingdom Prime Minister for a discussion of world affairs moderated […]
MSC CAMAC celebrated Mis Quince Años this weekend for a member of the local community. This year, the student committee selected MaLeigha Simone Banda of A&M Consolidated High School. Mis Quince Años is a annual program hosted by MSC CAMAC. The program celebrates the coming of age of young lady selected from the local B/CS […]
The MSC recently hosted “Fortifying the Foundation: Strategies for Safeguarding American National Security,” as the 67th MSC Student Conference On National Affairs. The focus of the conference addressed the many challenges facing America today, both at home and abroad, through the development of innovative policy solutions. The Feb. 10-12 conference hosted 115 delegates participating in […]
It is with great pleasure the MSC announces Neha Deshmukh ’23 has been selected as the 73rd Memorial Student Center President. Neha is a business honors and accounting major with a minor in film studies from The Woodlands, Texas. She is currently serving as the Chair of MSC Aggie Cinema and has previous experience in […]
MSC Woodson Black Awareness Committee hosted the annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast featuring Dr. Molefi Kete Asante as their honored guest. Lt. Col. Stephen G. Ruth ’94 moderated the conversation offering the audience insightful questions that lead Dr. Asante to reflect on the critically impactful time of the Civil Rights era. Other […]
The concert originally scheduled to open the 2021-2022 MSC OPAS season will now close the season! COLLEGE STATION, TX: Due to current international travel restrictions, the cast and crew of The Barricade Boys are unable to travel to the United States at this time. Their performance, originally scheduled to open the MSC OPAS “Let’s Get […]
On May 6, we featured Sandra Phillips in our MSC on the Frontline series. This series focused on former MSC students’ involvement opportunities as well as the leadership skills developed during time within the MSC. In our update to this series, we feature a blog from Sandra and her parents as they personified selfless service […]
COLLEGE STATION, November 17, 2020 – Following the success of September’s streamed concert by The Choir of Man: Live from London, MSC OPAS announces its second foray into virtual presenting with a special concert by patron favorites Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy titled A Celtic Family Christmas at Home. The on-demand concert will be available […]
Former MSC students continue to serve on the frontline giving back their time and talents in many ways. Please enjoy this performance by Erika Chen as she served her community at the Lincoln Center in New York City.
https://youtu.be/p99TNwHYKRY ROSA HERNANDEZUrgent Care Nure, College Station, Texas What was your involvement in the MSC? I was part of the MSC CAMAC – A Latinx Programming Committe and member of the MSC SCOLA – Student Conference on Latinx Affairs executive team. What does a day in your life look like currently? My everyday life and […]
BRENT LACEYGastroenterologist, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina What was your involvement in the MSC? Chief Operating Officer 2004-2005, EVP Leadership Development and Service 2003-2004, MSC ALOT Group Leader 2002-2003, MSC ALOT member 2001-2002 What does a day in your life look like currently? As the sole gastroenterologist at Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune, I’m charged with […]
https://youtu.be/_Ay6-GoZ7-U TYLER STEWARTUrology Resident in San Antonio, Texas What was your involvement in the MSC? MSC President, MSC FISH Chair/AD/freshman What does a day in your life look like currently? I’m still working in the hospital every day. I get there at roughly 5:30 a.m., and start checking in on the patients that stayed overnight. […]
https://youtu.be/kHgZEe27zFw CHI HUANGExecutive Medical Director of General Medicine and Hospital Medicine Service Line – Wake Forest Baptist Health System in Durham, North Carolina What was your involvement in the MSC? MSC Jordan Institute, MSC OPAS, and Century Singers What does a day in your life look like currently? I am seeing patients admitted to the […]
Each year the MSC Awards give us an opportunity to showcase and celebrate the many accomplishments of our student leaders and programs. We celebrate the growth of our students as well as the influence of our diverse programs and services that impact our campus and community. – Luke J. Altendorf, director of the MSC
https://youtu.be/HPMjBwigRyg SANDRA PHILLIPSICU Nurse, Denver, Colorado What was your involvement in the MSC? I spent all four of my years at Texas A&M with MSC Fish. I joined MSC Fish as an incoming freshman, participated as a Big Sib for two years, and then served as the Service Committee Executive Director and leader of the […]
https://youtu.be/cOXccoezlew RYAN TRANTHAMFamily Medicine Resident Physician, Waco, Texas What was your involvement in the MSC? MSC L.T. Jordan Institute for International Awareness, EEVP, MSC President What does a day in your life look like currently? My days can vary a lot depending on which service I’m assigned to. Typically, I wake up around 4 a.m. […]
https://youtu.be/7hu5J4GN8Ws MOLLIE ADAMSRegistered Nurse, Austin Texas What was your involvement in the MSC? EVP Diversity 2017-2018, Champe Fitzhugh Student Leader, MSC FISH Chair and staff What does a day in your life look like currently? I work as a nurse in high-risk Labor and Delivery. I wake up around 5:30 a.m. to get to the […]
Every year, MSC Aggie Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT) partner with The Salvation Army for Angel Tree. Through the Angel Tree program, students, faculty and members of the local and university community have the opportunity to provide gifts for children of economically disadvantaged families in the B/CS community.
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COLLEGE STATION, TX – MSC OPAS is proud the Tony Award®-winning Broadway musical, Bandstand, will kick-off its first U.S. tour in Rudder Auditorium on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 29 and 30 (7:30 p.m.) Originally directed and choreographed by three-time Tony winner and Hamilton choreographer, Andy Blankenbuehler, featuring music by Richard Oberacker with book and lyrics by Robert Taylor and Richard Oberacker, this poignant […]
The mission of the Memorial Student Center is simple. We’re here to develop and shape the NEXT LEVEL LEADERS of tomorrow. With Texas A&M’s core values as our foundation, the MSC is dedicated to being the guiding force of student development and leadership learning opportunities. Our student-driven, staff-supported committees provide an invaluable resource to Texas A&M students […]