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Texas A&M outfielder Jace Laviolette (17) robs a home run from Florida infielder Cade Kurland (4) in the top of the ninth inning during Texas A&M’s game against Florida at the NCAA Men’s College World Series at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha, Nebraska on Sunday, June 15, 2024. (Hannah Harrison/The Battalion)
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September Ring Day

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Photo by Photo by Annie Lui

Thousands of Aggies line up in front of the Association of Former Students to receive their Aggie Rings on Friday, September 21.

Ring Day is a tradition at Texas A&M University, where students and former students receive their Aggie Rings after fulfilling the requirements. On Friday, September 21, thousands of Aggies receive their rings at The Association of Former Students. 
Photos by Annie Lui

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  • Junior English major, Eliza Thomas, volunteered at her own Ring Day. 

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  • Senior Biomedical Science major, Ian Schmidt and senior Computer Science major, Jack Shirley were fish buddies in Squadron 23. Today, they received their rings together. 

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  • Kristi Kelley, senior International Studies major, received her ring today along with her family. 

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  • Aggie Ring Days would not have been possible without the help of hundreds of volunteers. 

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  • Senior Petroleum Engineering major, Mousavi Hindi, examines his ring before putting it on. 

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  • Senior architecture major Brianna Hill celebrated with her family. 

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  • During Ring Day, Groups of friends gather and pose for pictures.

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  • Senior Marketing major, Justin Martin, was presented his ring by his mother. 

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  • When their time is called, Aggies and families rush in with excitement. 

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  • Senior Electrical Engineering major, Jair Ortiz, was surrounded by friends as he receives his ring. 

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  • 3 generations of Aggies gathered together to celebrate senior Supply Chain Management Bradley Greer‘s big day.

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  • Squadron 3 seniors, Meteorology major, Chris Haerr, and Civil Engineering major, Sean Dockery, get their ring together.

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  • Ring Days are an emotional time for Aggies and families, as they have worked tirelessly for this moment. 

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  • Senior wildlife and fisheries sciences major, Jacob Fleshman, poses with his mother after getting his ring.

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  • Aggies gather outside of The Association of Former Students to capture the unforgettable moments.

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  • Senior Education major, Lexi Contreras, shows off the ring she worked hard for.

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  • Senior Industrial Distribution major, Colin Mathews, and senior Finance major, Hunter Koch, received their rings together with their friends and families.

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  • Senior Kinesiology-Motor Behavior major, Benjamin Patterson, poses in front of the Aggie Ring cut-out with his parents. 

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  • Senior Communications major Kaden Demedeiros stands among his friends and family. 

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  • A group of close friends take pictures to commemorate this monumental day. 

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  • People line up according to their Ring Day time slot as they wait eagerly.

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