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Sul Ross

Sul Ross Statue

Lawrence Sullivan "Sul" Ross became president of the Agricultural & Mechanical College of Texas in 1891 at the end of his term as governor. His efforts to keep the college open while governor are legendary, and some credit Ross as the embodiment of Aggie Spirit and tradition. Today many students leave pennies at the base of "Sully," as the bronze of Ross is affectionately known around campus, for luck on exams.

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