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SGA holds first meeting of fall semester

SGA holds first meeting of fall semester

Todd Kleiboer, Co-Editor

September 6, 2018


Filed under News, Student Life

By Todd Kleiboer | Co-Editor At the first Student Government Association meeting of the fall semester, the new Dean of Students Dr. Thomas Newsom spoke about plans and initiatives his office had for the fall semester, and five new senators were confirmed. To start, Newsom said that he was excite...

Lion Food Pantry launches first full semester on campus

Lion Food Pantry launches first full semester on campus

Christian Aleman, Co-Editor

September 5, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Showcase

The Lion Food Pantry is open to all student begins it's first full semester on campus this fall and its first opening is in mid-September.

Democratic nominee for Texas Senate hosts Commerce town hall

Democratic nominee for Texas Senate hosts Commerce town hall

Todd Kleiboer, Co-Editor

September 3, 2018


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By Todd Kleiboer | Co-Editor With November midterms approaching, Democratic nominee for Texas Senate District 2 Kendall Scudder held a town hall meeting for Commerce residents and A&M-Commerce students Sept. 1 at MUGS on the Square. The town hall was in Q-and-A format, and various topi...

State Democratic candidates host town hall in Commerce

State Democratic candidates host town hall in Commerce

Christian Aleman, Co-Editor

June 29, 2018


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Two state democratic candidates held a town hall in on campus to discuss issues like education and taxes.

Health fair to be hosted by A&M-Commerce students

Health fair to be hosted by A&M-Commerce students

Sarah Chapin, Staff Reporter

April 17, 2018


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By Sarah Chapin | Staff Reporter Students within the Health and Human Performance department have decided to create and host a community health fair for the city of Emory, Texas April 28 from 10:00 in the morning to 2:00 in the afternoon. “The event was specifically chosen for this community after the ...

Upperclassmen face limited on-campus housing next semester

Upperclassmen face limited on-campus housing next semester

Landon Williams, Staff Reporter

April 11, 2018


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By Landon Williams | Staff Reporter There are some shifts coming to the A&M – Commerce housing system starting in the fall. Upperclassmen will be designated to stay in West Halls, Smith Hall, Women’s Hall, or New Pride Apartments. 2018 high school graduates are able to stay in Pri...

President Keck responds to concerns over administrative pay raises

President Keck responds to concerns over administrative pay raises

Christian Aleman and Todd Kleiboer

March 9, 2018


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Christian Aleman and Todd Kleiboer | Co-Editors The A&M - Commerce Faculty Senate met with upper administration members  during its monthly meeting March 6 to discuss the concern of administration pay raises after faculty and staff were told there would not be raises this year. “I thought the r...

Reports of verbal degradation, slurs, harassment abound in RSC

Reports of verbal degradation, slurs, harassment abound in RSC

Sarah Chapin, Staff Reporter

March 1, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

(Editor's Note: The language that appears in this story is exactly how the reporter heard and it is presented uncensored for the sake of authenticity. It may offend some readers.) Sarah Chapin | Staff Reporter Following reports of verbal degradation, racial slurs, and sexual harassment in ...

Power outage strikes campus during severe weather

Power outage strikes campus during severe weather

Todd Kleiboer, Co-Editor

February 28, 2018


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Todd Kleiboer | Co-Editor Much of the A&M-Commerce campus was plunged into darkness as a power substation connected to the city of Commerce failed during a bout of severe weather Feb. 24. “With all the rain we’ve had during these past couple of weeks, this is the first time it really hi...

Campus recreation to begin projects

Campus recreation to begin projects

Todd Kleiboer, Co-Editor

February 27, 2018


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By Todd Kleiboer | Co-Editor Three capital projects are on the agenda for the Morris Recreation Center (MRC) to either begin or finish construction by 2020. The first project to break ground in the next few months will be the tennis courts which will be located at the Cain Sports Complex, rep...

University village to attract faculty under consideration

University village to attract faculty under consideration

Todd Kleiboer, Co-Editor

February 19, 2018


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Todd Kleiboer | Co-Editor In striving to bring students and faculty closer, A&M-Commerce is considering a plan to build a university village to meet that goal in a literal sense. “We are still early in the process, so there really isn’t anything specific to report,” Alicia Currin...

Beautification project brings new additions to campus

Beautification project brings new additions to campus

Joseph Miller, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018


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East Texan Photo | Joseph Miller By Joseph Miller | Staff Reporter Thirteen new trees add to the subtle beautification project going on around the campus of A&M-Commerce. The additions have pushed the total number of trees around the university to over 1,400, and there are plans to cont...

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