This is an interesting article from the Austin American Statesman. There are multiple cadets features, and a link to around 52 pictures of the Corps at Texas A&M. http://specials.mystatesman.com/texas-aggie-corps/. The story highlights the changes the Corps, Texas A&M, and society in general are undergoing. From the story: " ... This year’s enrollment of 2,520 cadets — 5.4 percent of the university’s undergraduate population — marks the highest since 1970. About 68 percent are white, 21 percent are Hispanic, 3 percent are Asian and 2 percent are black. Fifteen percent are women. The ranks include people from 16 different countries. Muslim cadets unroll prayer mats in their dorm rooms. A female cadet from Saudi Arabia wears a head scarf with her uniform. Military veterans, married students and openly gay students all make up today’s Corps. Corps numbers Average enrollment in the Corps of Cadets, by decade: 1876: 106* 1930s: 3,259 1945-49: 2,939 1950s: 4,124 1960s: 3,313 1970s: 2,237 1980s: 2,177 1990s: 2,029 2000s: 1,922 2015: 2,520 *Actual enrollment for the first year ..." Id.