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Bonfire Memorial From its inception as a scrap heap in 1907 to the more familiar and stack of vertical logs, the Fightin' Texas Aggie Bonfire symbolized every Aggie's "burning... visit the most interesting Bonfire TAMU pages, well-liked by users from USA, or check the rest of data below. is a web project, safe and generally suitable for all ages. We found that English is the preferred language on Bonfire TAMU pages. Their most used social media is Facebook with about 98% of all user votes and reposts. is built on WordPress.

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  • Remembering Bonfire

    Remembering Bonfire   Texas A&M University presents a video tribute to the ten-year anniversary of the Bonfire tragedy. This video was shown at the Bonfire Remembrance Program held on campus on Nov...

  • Nathan Scott West ‘02 | Remembering Bonfire

    U.M. Army – Livingston, Mont Belvieu, Huntsville, San Marcos On my honor, I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country. I walked to the altar. I was alone when I began to pray. I prayed...

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