A&M-Commerce Announces Homecoming 2013 Theme
by RACHEL EVANS
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A&M-Commerce Announces Homecoming 2013 Theme


By Rachel Evans

Today Texas A&M University-Commerce announced their Homecoming 2013 theme: “Our Pride Cannot Be Tamed.” This circus-themed week will take place Sunday, October 27 through Saturday, November 2 and will be open to university faculty, staff, and students, as well as alumni and community.

Derryle Peace, Director of Alumni Relations at A&M-Commerce shares a funny, yet serious message to his fellow grads, “Come home and see what we’ve done to your old room!”

Events have been planned throughout the week for students and community alike. Through these events, student organizations will compete in a Spirit Competition to show which group has the most spirit. Many alumni groups from Greek Life, departments, and student organizations are planning reunions.

Community members and businesses are encouraged to outfit their windows in blue and gold in support of the university’s 124 years of tradition.

 

Homecoming Week Schedule, Alumni & Community

Tuesday, October 29

7pm – Community showing of “Despicable Me 2”, Rayburn Student Center, The Club

Wednesday, October 30

11:30 am – Hot Dog Spirit Rally, Rayburn Student Center, North Patio

Thursday, October 31

7pm – Women’s Volleyball vs. Midwestern State, Field House

Friday, November 1

11am – Homecoming Golf Tournament, Web Hill Country Club

7pm – Women’s Soccer vs. West Texas A&M, Soccer Field

9pm – Bonfire & Firework Celebration, Cain Sports Complex

November 2 (Homecoming Day)

9am – Tailgate begins

10am – Homecoming Parade

2pm – Football Game vs. Angelo State, Memorial Stadium

7pm – Women’s Volleyball vs. Cameron, Field House

 

The official schedule is available online at www.tamuc.edu/homecoming.

The week’s activities can be followed online at Facebook.com/tamucommerce or using #CantBTamed13 on Instagram and Twitter.



Questions? Email Homecoming@tamuc.edu.
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