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This page curates KETR's news stories related to Texas A&M University-Commerce.

A&M-C Athletics
A&M-C Athletics

Texas A&M University-Commerce Athletic Director Tim McMurray discusses the addition of UT-Permian Basin, Western New Mexico and Panhandle (Oklahoma) State to the Lone Star Conference.  A&M-Commerce will play all of those teams on the road in 2016, but the home schedule features perennial NCAA Division II power North Alabama opening the season Thursday night, Sept.

Myrna Jackson at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham
Jerrod Knight

In May of 2015, the Texas House of Representatives voted 98-47 in favor of a bill that would allow Texas' concealed-carry license holders to carry weapons onto state and private university campuses, which Texas' governor Greg Abbott quickly signed into law.

Flickr Creative Commons
Flickr Creative Commons

Wyman Williams, Texas A&M University-Commerce College of Business development officer, says new high-tech developments in cars for this year include Ford refining the ability of self-driving cars to drive on the ice, and the all-electric Chevrolet Bolt reportedly being able to go 200 miles between charges.

Texas Representative Gary VanDeaver Visits University

Jan 11, 2016
TAMUC Photo

State Representative Gary VanDeaver recently visited Texas A&M University-Commerce to check on the implementation of the Institute for Competency-Based Education, an initiative funded by a special appropriation of  $1,487,000  that he helped pass in the 84th legislative session. This project addresses the need to find alternative, affordable ways to deliver high-quality education to students, including working adults.

David Dreiling
file photo

In the first episode of 2016, Texas A&M University-Commerce president Dr. Dan Jones invited Greenville mayor David Dreiling to be a guest on Jones' monthly radio show, The President's Perspective.

Delta County Commissioner Rip Templeton announces his candidacy for Precinct 1.
Cindy Roller / Cooper Review

Longtime Delta County Precinct 1 Commissioner Rip Templeton recently announced his run for office.

“I would like to take this means to announce my intention to run for re-election for commissioner, Precinct 1,” said Commissioner Rip Templeton to the citizens of Delta County.

Texas A&M University-Commerce
Texas A&M University-Commerce

The annual Ruth Ann White Day at Texas A&M University-Commerce takes place Friday in the Sam Rayburn Student Center.  Dr. LaVelle Hendricks, associate professor of counseling, says the topic of the day-long conference is sexual assault on college campuses.  Dr.

Doctor Fred Fuentes
Jerrod Knight

"When I arrived at Texas A&M University-Commerce in 2008... Hispanic student enrollment was around 7%. And today we're around 18%," said A&M-Commerce president Dr. Dan Jones during the November recording for his monthly radio program, The President's Perspective.

Taylor Mefford in Washington, D.C.
Zoe

Texas A&M University-Commerce student Taylor Mefford, a radio and television major, was recently named the first place winner of the radio portion of the Freedom of Speech Public Service Announcement Contest.

The Lions have won the Lone Star Conference football championship for two consecutive seasons.
lionathletics.com

No one expected winning a second consecutive Lone Star Conference championship to be easy. And it wasn’t. But Texas A&M University-Commerce secured back-to-back league titles with a 27-14 defeat of Midwestern State University at Memorial Stadium on Oct. 24.

Dr. Christopher Gonzalez, Gilbert Hernandez and Jaime Hernandez spoke with KETR's Mark Haslett on Oct. 15 before a presentation at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
Sarah Northam / Texas A&M University-Commerce

The enduring power of the “Love and Rockets” comics by Jaime and Gilbert Hernandez lies in the storytelling.

Critics have focused on particular aspects – the influence of Mexican-American culture, the influence of punk rock, the drawing styles, and of course, the now-venerable reaction of “Boy, those are some mighty grown-up themes for a comic book!” But the readers keep coming back because, 34 years after “Love and Rockets” started, they still love the stories.

The new marker is written in both traditional and contemporary Mandarin Chinese.
Jared Horn / Texas A&M University-Commerce

An official Texas State Historical Marker - the first of its kind in Chinese - was unveiled at the birthplace of Lt. Gen. Claire Lee Chennault at 1509 Monroe St. in Commerce on Oct. 14. About 300 people attended the dedication ceremony, which was broadcast live on KETR.

artworkoriginals.com
artworkoriginals.com

Wyman Williams, Texas A&M University-Commerce College of Business development officer, discusses plans for the dedication of a new historical marker at the birthplace of Gen. Claire Lee Chennault, at 10 a.m.

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