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Houston, TX— Wearing a monochromatic ensemble, the seasoned storyteller quips that he has received all three of his vaccination shots before removing his mask to admire the renovations at his old stomping ground.  When Napoleon Johnson began his storied career at KPRC in 1971, he was the fourth African American television broadcast journalist in Houston—providing […]

Houston, TX— Houstonians turned out in force to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, with two parades honoring the Civil Rights icon on January 17. This year marked the 43rd anniversary of the Houston Black Heritage Society’s Original Martin Luther King Jr. Parade, which was forced to go virtual the previous year due to the COVID-19 […]

Houston, TX— Even through a Zoom video chat, senior Mariah Campbell exudes an air of poise and assurance in her movements and speech. The conversation touched on a variety of subjects, with some poignant moments relating to her life inspirations, the daily obstacles faced by young Black women, and what motivates her to continue reaching […]

Houston, Texas— Megan Thee Stallion added another title to her stage persona as she graduated from Texas Southern University with a Bachelor of Science in Health Administration on Dec. 11 as a member of the 2021 winter graduating class. To commemorate Megan’s approaching graduation, Twitter Music has launched a new set of emojis with the […]

As the students of Texas Southern University continue to hurry around a newly reopened campus, a small group of women stay nestled away in Room 110 of the Spurgeon E. Grey Hall, fighting a silent battle.  Since September of this year, a collective of women have gone into overtime, working throughout the day to monitor […]

Houston, TX— After a stunning 69-54 victory over No. 20 Florida, Texas Southern University’s men’s basketball team made SWAC history Monday night.  Texas Southern (1-7) rallied behind PJ Henry’s 16 points and Joirdon Karl Nicholas’ 14 points to defeat a ranked Southeastern Conference opponent for the first time in the conference’s history, which dates back to […]

Coming from a family of Black women educated at Historically Black Colleges or Universities, senior D’Angelo Colter was certain he would attend an HBCU.  His sister is a graduate of the esteemed Howard University in Washington, D.C., and his aunt is a graduate of the illustrious Texas Southern University in Houston. While some may consider it […]

By Bradley Clark  TSU Contributing Writer As the sun shines on Texas Southern University, the future of its students has never looked brighter.  On Nov. 12, four TSU students won big at the “ThinkBIG Pitch Competition” held by “The Yard” alongside “Vulcan Materials Company.” The contest challenged TSU students to think creatively on how to […]

Some concertgoers at Travis Scott’s AstroWorld Festival placed the tragic turn of events on the show’s aggressive crowd. The aftermath of the show has left the city in mourning, with a total of nine fatalities. The two-day annual festival kicked off in Houston on Friday, Nov. 5. What was intended to be a weekend-long event […]

Photograph: Instagram @mstexaswalker/KTSU2 Numerous lawsuits have been filed against Houston artist Travis Scott and concert organizers in the aftermath of the AstroWorld Festival tragedy, which claimed nine lives and injured many more. The father of 9-year-old Ezra Blount filed a lawsuit in Harris County Tuesday accusing the rapper, along with entertainment company Live Nation and […]