Texas A&M University-Commerce

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The relentless fight against cancer and support of groups like the American Cancer Society continues to leave a large impact.


Some college students have a hard time balancing the load between their studies and their social life, but one student at Texas A&M University-Commerce manages to make the grades, raise a family, preach the word, and still find time to chase his dreams.

Technology Services Advance in Gee Library

Jul 5, 2012

COMMERCE - An article in the upcoming issue of Computers in Libraries features A&M-Commerce Gee Library staff Sean Anderson and Sue Weatherbee.

COMMERCE - Administrators at Texas A&M University-Commerce are among staff at dozens of state agencies working to identify reductions in its next biennial budget, as requested last month by Gov. Rick Perry.

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COMMERCE - It’s been a feverish couple of months for construction workers since the spring semester let out at Texas A&M University-Commerce.

KETR says goodbye to Lions Broadcaster J.P. Heath

Jul 2, 2012

COMMERCE - J.P. Heath can recall attending East Texas State University athletic events with his father as a child. On Saturdays, when his team was on the road, he was accompanied by the voices of Rich Reneau, Bill Powers, Boley Crawford and John Hendry on 88.9 FM.

A&M-Commerce Instructors Recognized for Teaching Excellence

Jun 29, 2012

COMMERCE - Several Texas A&M University-Commerce instructors were recently recognized for their excellent service and dedication to teaching in the Spring 2012 semester.

A&M-Commerce Lions to play on National Television

Jun 21, 2012
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ARLINGTON - For the second year in a row, Texas A&M University-Commerce will play Midwestern State in the Lone Star Football Festival at Cowboys Stadium. This year, it’ll air on the CBS Sports Network.

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COMMERCE - Five months ago, students at Texas A&M University-Commerce were alerted to falling debris at Whitley Hall via the emergency notification system IRIS. 


The Northeast Texas Child Advocacy Center is offering free counseling sessions this summer and fall, thanks to a coordinated effort with Texas A&M University-Commerce


According to a Texas A&M University-Commerce facebook post, First United Methodist Church in Commerce will be the site of a memorial service for longtime ETSU professor emeritus and author, Dr. Otha Spencer.

Another round of campus construction underway

Jun 6, 2012
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COMMERCE - As progress of various summer construction projects on the Texas A&M University-Commerce campus continue, yet another phase begins.

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The June '12 program features Dr. Jones' audio response to a blog post by Dallas Mavs owner Mark Cuban dealing with the role Cuban thinks higher education is playing in the nation's financial turmoil.

AUSTIN - For the second time in four years, Gov. Rick Perry has asked state agencies to look for new ways to get leaner by proposing 10 percent reductions in spending.

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COMMERCE - Roughly 40 people, several of whom are students, find themselves unemployed following Sunday’s abrupt closing of the College Corner Café.