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Aggie-run BUILD plans to raise houses for charity

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Posted: Thursday, October 3, 2013 12:00 am

In a matter of months, a handful of Texas A&M students have been able to transform the idea for a service organization that could unite the entire campus into a fully operational group that's gearing up for its first project this weekend.

Texas A&M senior Andrew Abbott, who serves as the deputy commander for the Corps of Cadets, said the thinking behind the newly formed, student-led organization, BUILD, was to create a community that would bring Aggies together from all corners of campus who would then work together to improve lives.

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1 comment:

  • agnerd posted at 9:23 am on Thu, Oct 3, 2013.

    agnerd Posts: 799

    They already have Habitat for Humanity. I guess I don't understand the need for another organization that does the same thing. Seems like this will only lead to having too many cooks in the kitchen.

     

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