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An Aggie family tradition

Angie Frederickson
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Emma Alexander, Mary Margaret Williamson, Caroline Lett, Caroline Dethloff, Ashley Ayers

Emma Alexander, Mary Margaret Williamson, Caroline Lett, Caroline Dethloff, and Ashley Ayers

Texas A&M University student Mary Margaret Williamson (pictured, second from left with classmates Emma Alexander, Caroline Lett, Caroline Dethloff, and Ashley Ayers) celebrated with family and friends after receiving her Aggie Ring. Receiving the ring is a proud moment for each Aggie because it is a recognition of completing specific academic requirements. Traditionally, students wear their ring with the class year facing them to designate they are still current students. At graduation, students ceremoniously turn their rings around to face the world. Mary Margaret, a graduate of St. Agnes Academy, will begin her senior year at A&M this fall. She comes from a devoted Aggie family, including parents Michelle and Ernie, and older brother Travis. Her younger brother John will join her on campus in August as an incoming freshman. 

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