Archive for October, 2008

Meet the Authors at Homecoming Book Fair

Oct 31, 2008 No Comments by

COMMERCE, Texas – Discover new books and meet the authors at the Texas A&M University-Commerce Alumni Book Signing on Saturday, […]

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17th Annual Veterans Vigil Set Nov. 6-8

Oct 31, 2008 No Comments by

COMMERCE, Texas — The Veterans Vigil has become an important event on the Texas A&M University-Commerce campus with the 17th […]

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‘Love Letters’ Special Performance on Nov. 7

Oct 31, 2008 No Comments

COMMERCE, Texas — Bring a date and attend a special University Playhouse one night only performance of “Love Letters,” coming […]

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Students To Vote in November on Athletic Fee

Oct 29, 2008 No Comments

COMMERCE, Texas — On Thursday, Nov. 13, and Friday, Nov. 14, Texas A&M University-Commerce students will have the opportunity to […]

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Homecoming Week Of Activities Begins Oct. 28

Oct 22, 2008 No Comments

COMMERCE, Texas — It’s getting to be that time of year again at Texas A&M University-Commerce. Fall is in the […]

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Diwali To Celebrate Indian Culture on Oct. 24

Oct 21, 2008 No Comments

COMMERCE, Texas – Celebrate Indian culture with the Diwali observance from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, at Texas […]

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Tolkien Scholars, Teachers From Throughout Country Here Next Year

Oct 17, 2008 No Comments

COMMERCE, Texas — J.R.R. Tolkien experts from throughout the United States and the United Kingdom will be at Texas A&M […]

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A&M-Commerce Gains Partner for Engineering Program

Oct 17, 2008 No Comments

COMMERCE, Texas – Texas A&M University-Commerce has a new partner for its industrial engineering program, Northeast Texas Community College. Thanks […]

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Beef Cattle Show Team Wins at Tyler Fair

Oct 16, 2008 No Comments

COMMERCE, Texas — The hard work of Texas A&M University-Commerce’s Beef Cattle Show Team paid off big dividends recently at […]

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Ogden Honored As Professor Emeritus

Oct 10, 2008 No Comments

COMMERCE, Texas — Dr. W.R. “Railroad Bill” Ogden lived up to his tradition of entertaining the masses at his own […]

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