The Texas A&M University at Galveston Clock Tower and Carillon donated by Elizabeth and Senator Searcy Bracewell is featuring concerts of seasonal music at noon and 5 p.m. throughout the Holiday Season.
Director of Physical Plant and Marine Terminal Operations Tammy K. Lobaugh told GuidryNews.com that most of the students have gone home for the Holidays, but the concerts are open to anyone who wants to visit the campus. Listen
2009 Update: The Clock Tower and Carillon was damaged by Hurricane Ike in 2008. It is being restored and will be back in operation soon.
2014 Update: Lobaugh told Guidry News Service that the Carillon has been fully restored and offers a wide range of musical selections for the students on the campus.