This page curates KETR's news stories related to Texas A&M University-Commerce.
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.
COMMERCE - As progress of various summer construction projects on the Texas A&M University-Commerce campus continue, yet another phase begins.
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.
COMMERCE - Roughly 40 people, several of whom are students, find themselves unemployed following Sunday’s abrupt closing of the College Corner Café.
COMMERCE - Flags on the A&M-Commerce campus are at half staff Monday to honor Professor Emeritus Dr. Otha Spencer, a Spirit of Mayo Award recipient and distinguished alumni.
According to a facebook post from the Commerce burger joint, today is their last day of service, and doors are closing indefinitely.