Tomorrow is Muster. Muster is special, and you should make time for Muster for all manner of various reasons, many of which can be summed up here.
2 more days until Muster! This year, for the first time in the modern history of Aggie Muster, the entire Worldwide Roll Call for the Absent will be read aloud in a single location—with Aggies answering “Here” for each and every name. Visit https://t.co/k2FSaztB1c for more info! pic.twitter.com/EeznKPSwPm— Aggie Muster (@AggieMuster) April 19, 2018
This year, there’s something different happening. At sunrise tomorrow, there will be a complete, global muster roll call on campus. This is believed to be the first time in nearly a century (or perhaps ever) that this has happened. Over 1,600 names will be read by over 50 Aggies, and the entire thing will take around 2 hours. You can watch it all on a livestream.
I will be tuning in early to watch. Tomorrow evening I’ll be headed to the Bandera County Muster (where I grew up, and where I’ll be speaking. No, I don’t know why they asked me either, but I will be on my best behavior.) It’s not often that Muster falls on a Saturday, so it’s a good year to carve out a couple hours to find the one nearest you here on this map.