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By Christina Abay There is no doubt that the rise of social media has enabled individuals to network and reconnect with one another at a much faster rate than ever before. At the time, Facebook’s capacity to connect people from all over the world was revolutionary. Instagram allowed users to create an online photo album […]

By Briana Williams (contributor) Texas Southern University‘s Recreation Center held Pink Out Day recently aimed at educating students of the deadly effects of breast cancer. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The organizers of the TSU event included games and other activities to educate students about breast cancer. “Black women are 40% more likely to […]

By Z’Nye McNeil, Alexis Hood and Kyndel Phipps (Contributors) Prepare to walk down the yellow brick road as The Wiz makes its way to Texas Southern University’s Granville Sawyer Auditorium from Oct. 8-10. The musical, directed by Rachel Dickson will feature Trinity Brooks as Dorothy, Trevor Mouton as Tinman, Samuel Jones as Scarecrow, Talbert Williams […]

By Briana Williams, Brooklyn Gordon and Donovyn Bookman (Contributors) The Texas Southern University’s Recreation Center will host its annual Pink-Out for Breast Cancer event on Oct. 7 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. in observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which begins this week. Tiffany Conard, a TSU alumna, a former rec center employee of […]

Facebook appeared to have resolved networking issues that caused the company’s flagship app to be unavailable for more than six hours on Monday. According to monitoring service DownDetector, users of Facebook’s sister applications, Instagram and WhatsApp, reported an increase in account access issues around 11:35 a.m. ET Monday—rendering all three applications inoperable. The company, which […]

by Mikol Kindle This photo essay is of TSU’s 2021 Homecoming game day Saturday, Oct 2. KTSU2News photojournalist Mikol Kindle captured the images through his creative lens.

Nick Cannon, host of “The Masked Singer” and “Wild ‘N Out,” debuted his daytime talk show this week, featuring celebrity guests and a special surprise for deserving students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUS). D’Angelo Colter, President of the Student Government Association (SGA) at Texas Southern University, joined Cannon and six other undergraduates to […]

By Lydia Dillard President Lesia L. Crumpton-Young hosted a listening session for Texas Southern University students to join her in a collaborative effort to discuss the future plans and expectations of the school.  President Crumpton-Young is the 13th president of the University. She has extensive experience in higher education and prides herself as a leader […]

By: Karina Hollingsworth It was a special day for 10-year-old Melinda Moreno. The brain cancer survivor from Bellaire, Texas was confined to her home during the COVID-19 pandemic due to her compromised immune system. Within the walls of her home is where she discovered her love of art. Moreno yearned for art lessons and she […]

By KTSU2News Service By KTSU2News Service Community and city leaders attended the unveiling of a new mural of George Floyd, which was held at LaBurgers and Daiquiris in Third Ward Sunday. The mural was created by Israel Rodriguez @ir_artwork.   Floyd was killed by a Minneapolis police officer on May 25, 2020.  His death led to […]