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Profile image of Brianna VogelBrianna Vogel

Building/Floor: Aston Hall, 1st Floor (working remotely during Fall 2020)
Favorite Texas A&M Tradition: The Spirit of Aggieland
Favorite Study Break Activity: Board games
Message to First-Year Students: Always go to class (in person or online). You never know when a professor might give homework tips or extra credit points for just showing up to class.

Photo of Alexandr BogdanAlexander Bogdan

Building/Floor: Mosher Hall, Basement Floor
Favorite Texas A&M Tradition: The Big Event
Favorite Study Break Activity: Gaming
Message to First-Year Students: Make sure to take advantage of the first year and ask around for advice on what you should be doing; every upper-level student's regret is over something they wish they were told. I look forward to seeing each of you in the halls. 

Photo of Mary CallicotteMary Callicotte

Building/Floor: Mosher Hall, 4th Floor
Favorite Texas A&M Tradition: Silver Taps
Favorite Study Break Activity: Watching Youtube
Message to First-Year Students: Work hard in your studies, but don't forget that you do still have the rest of your life to work on and succeed in. Every recruiter will say that they look at more than GPAs when they look for hires. Make sure to stretch yourself inside and outside of the classroom, on your hard and soft skills, and keep your physical and mental health in mind through it all. Your time at Texas A&M is more than just teaching you how to be an engineer, it's about being a stepping stone into the next phase of your life, and you need to prepare for that just as much as you need to prepare for your next exam.

Photo of Jenna LeihgeberJenna Leihgeber

Building/Floor: Working remotely during Fall 2020
Favorite Texas A&M Tradition: Silver Taps/ Midnight Yell
Favorite Study Break Activity: Having coffee or lunch with a friend
Message to First-Year Students: Get involved. It can be really scary trying things on your own, but if you put yourself out there it will really pay off. Make a few upperclassmen friends. They have gone through the same experience and most are more than willing to help you succeed academically or socially! If able, get familiar with the campus. It is easy to get turned around. Once you know where you are going, it is nice to take long walks to destress from a long day!

Photo of Elaine LeslieElaine Leslie

Building/Floor: Mosher Hall, 3rd Floor
Favorite Texas A&M Tradition: Aggie Muster and Yell Practice
Favorite Study Break: Exercising at the Rec or playing guitar
Message to First-Year Students: The first-year is a tough transition from high school. Don't be afraid to ask for help! Go to SI or tutoring sessions if you need them (they're FREE) and get involved. Always work hard but remember to take time for yourself. I can't wait to meet y'all!