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Intramural Dodgeball Tournament [Photos]

Intramural Dodgeball Tournament [Photos]

John Parsons, Staff Reporter

January 25, 2019

Team Pike Exec and Friends climbed to the top in the intramural dodgeball tournament held Jan. 22 and 23 in the Morris Recreation Center.

Future of Berry Hall uncertain

Berry Hall. Photo Courtesy | TAMUC SmugMug

John Parsons, Staff Reporter

November 27, 2018

By John Parsons | Staff Reporter Berry Hall, located west of campus, had 200 beds, became uninhabitable due to the lack of air conditioning, has an uncertain future. The buildings and parking lot are being used as storage facilities. The air conditioning was donated to the university’s Child...

Mugs on the square

Mugs has special offers several discounts for its customer

Lauryn Harris

November 20, 2018

Known as a message sent from God, Kelsey Lytle and her mother Becky Thompson restored the building in downtown Commerce, TX. On October 4, 2017, this building opened to the public as Mugs on the square, a quaint coffee shop.   Raised in Royse City, TX, Becky Thompson and her husband started a veterinari...

J. Danee Sergeant visits TAMUC for Mental Health Matters Day

Active Minds speaker J. Danee Sergeant visited A&M-Commerce Nov. 13 for Mental Health Matters Day. Photo Courtesy | activeminds.org

Brianna Patt, Web Editor

November 19, 2018

By Brianna Patt | Web Editor Active Minds speaker J. Danee Sergeant visited A&M-Commerce to discuss Sergeant’s substance abuse, mental health, sexuality, and gender identity struggles for Mental Health Matters Day Nov. 13. “I thought that maybe I just wasn’t doing things right,...

2018 A&M-Commerce Homecoming Queen seeks community ties

DeVaunghta Johnson (left) was crowned 2018 Homecoming King, and Camille Rivera (right) was crowned 2018 Homecoming Queen.

Christian Aleman, Co-Editor

November 15, 2018

The fun and excitement surrounding the annual Homecoming celebration may have come and gone, but Homecoming Queen Camille Rivera has just begun her work in the role she won.

Mid 90s takes you back to an era

Mid 90's incorporates classic hip hop like A Tribe Called Quest and The Pharcyde

Philip Boulware, Staff Reporter

November 12, 2018

Mid 90s mixes a coming of age story with a classic rap soundtrack.

Honoring All Who Have Served

On Nov. 8, Veterans gathered to honor fellow soldiers on campus

John Parsons, Staff Reporter

November 12, 2018

The Marine Corps JROTC retired colors during a 4 p.m. ceremony

How a campus program runs on to bigger, better things

Andrea Aranda, Staff Reporter

November 9, 2018

The Latino American Mentorship Program (LAMP) is a program that motivates Hispanic students to not only graduate from college but to further their careers by developing life lesson skills.

Grad Fair aims to help with graduation checklist

Summer Graduation 2018. Photo Courtesy | TAMUC Marketing via SmugMug

Jazzlyn Enbysk, Staff Reporter

November 5, 2018

Jazzlyn Enbysk | Staff Reporter Graduation can be an exciting but highly stressful time in a student’s life, but A&M-Commerce’s bi-annual Grad Fair has found a way to help make graduation less stressful and hopefully a more enjoyable experience. It will be held Nov. 6 and 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each day in...

Kappa Alpha house demolished

After being disbanded in early January, the building was finally torn down

Ian Lucas and Cristhian Herrera, Staff Reporter and News Editor

November 2, 2018

The Gamma Upsilon order of the Kappa Alpha Chapter’s house, which was located next to the Rayburn Student Center, was torn down earlier this month. A source on campus said the chapter was disbanded from campus early January 2016 for academic and conduct reasons. Jody Todhunter, Director of Under...

[Photos] TAMUC community has roaring good time at Homecoming

An Omega Psi Phi fraternity member is just having a good time at the tailgate.

October 30, 2018

Photos by Jessie Cunningham, Mikayla Maldonado, John Parsons and Ward Sakeik

Gone Fishing: students form club fishing

Michael Wallace (left) and William Fitzgerald (right) competed in the AFTCO Collegiate Bass Open Oct. 10-13. Photo Courtesy | @tamucfishing via Twitter

Arrion Ellis

October 29, 2018

By Arrion Ellis | Staff Reporter Because of his outdoorsy upbringing, Michael Wallace developed a passion for fishing that would later help him keep a club running for its second year. “Several of the best lakes are within 150 miles from here and probably some of the best fishermen atten...

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