Texas A&M University-Commerce News

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COMMERCE - Campus improvements were again on full display during Thursday’s Spring Assembly at Texas A&M University-Commerce, as another year has brought about more positive change. 

Blackouts delay university operations Thursday

Jan 12, 2012

COMMERCE - Officials at Texas A&M University-Commerce were working to permanently restore power to campus as of 3:15 p.m. after intermittent outages had crippled the campus since late Thursday morning.

More than 50 years of musical memories

Jan 12, 2012

COMMERCE - Texas A&M University-Commerce students returning to campus next week for the spring semester will notice yet another transformation, as the former Music Building has been torn down.

No arrests made in campus stabbing

Jan 9, 2012

COMMERCE - The victim of a stabbing on the A&M-Commerce campus Friday afternoon has since been released from the hospital after treatment to his left calf. 

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ROCKWALL - A former chairman of the East Texas State University Board of Regents and distinguished alumnus was laid to rest over the weekend.

Friday stabbing leaves male victim hospitalized

Jan 6, 2012

COMMERCE - University Police at Texas A&M University-Commerce are investigating an apparent stabbing that occurred early Friday afternoon on campus.

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Our guest this month is Dr. Larry Lemanski, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, to talk both about Research as a Guiding Principle, and about the upcoming influx of faculty at A&M-Commerce.

Second Chance program to begin in two weeks

Jan 3, 2012

COMMERCE - With the new semester at Texas A&M University-Commerce, comes a new program aimed at getting students get back on track with their education.

COMMERCE - A grand opening is planned later this month for the Commerce Community Plaza, an educational service for Hispanic families. 

A&M-Commerce first up on high-speed network

Dec 19, 2011
Paul Bryan

COMMERCE - Quality service, innovation and collaboration were the themes behind the application and recent approval of a $6.6 million Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) grant to the Texas A&M University System.

City to move forward on major street project

Dec 19, 2011

COMMERCE - The City of Commerce will consider the sale of $3 million in bonds for street improvements when they meet Tuesday.

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