Students at Texas A&M University place pennies for luck on exams at the base of the campus’ statue of former Texas governor and university president Lawrence Sullivan Ross.
This statue of Lawrence Sullivan Ross—the 19th Governor of Texas—stands in front of Texas A&M University’s Academic Building. Known as Sully to students, Ross was the 7th President of the University, from 1891-1898.
Exterior detail of Kyle Field—Texas A&M University’s football stadium—before its 2013-2015 renovation.
As seen from the upper level of The Zone at Kyle Field, Texas A&M University.
The tarnished bronze dome atop Texas A&M University’s Academic Building.
Textiles decorate the walls of the atrium in Texas A&M University’s Horticulture and Forest Science Building.
A orange flower with yellow details found on the campus of Texas A&M University.
Columns along the front of the Jack K. Williams Administration Building at Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.
A flower rots in this shot from a garden in College Station, Texas.
A statue seems to be anguished in this detail from Texas A&M University’s Administration Building.
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