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By Erin Slaughter, KTSU2 Reporter In the back office of the Earl Carl Institute, on the Texas Southern University (TSU) campus, Director Sarah Guidry’s unwavering faith and divine calling as a guardian of justice guide her relentless pursuit of fairness and truth. The Earl Carl Institute is an independent organization dedicated to empowering underserved populations […]

Josh Molock’s Journey To The SuperBowl Josh Molock’s journey to become the first TSU student to ever cover the Super Bowl By Bradley Clark Houston, Texas — Josh Molock did something that some people will never get to do in their entire lifetime, just this year. He covered the Super Bowl. More specifically, he became […]

By Erin Slaughter, Kalin Pickett, and Zoie Sharp-Wilkinson, KTSU2 reporters The city of Houston, Harris County, National Partnership for New Americans, (NPNA), and numerous community and non-profit organizations held a media roundtable at city hall on Tuesday, Sept. 19, to highlight the initiatives being taken to help eligible Houston immigrants become naturalized. Nearly 30 multicultural […]

By Bradley Clark Whether you’re a freshman, sophomore, junior or senior here at Texas Southern University, it is inevitable that you will have to do a job interview in your journey towards success. The idea of doing an interview, especially for those on the hunt for a job, may be stressful. The beautiful thing however, […]

Melody Robinson is not your average Radio, television, and film student. She was crowned the 75th Miss Texas Southern University in 2022 and wants to continue her commitment to service after graduation—this time as an officer in the United States Army.

By Bradley Clark Texas Southern University’s library rang with laughter, joy, and a sense of style as the Department of English, World Languages, and Philosophy hosted the 2023 LIT Fashion event. The showcase held on April 21 capped off the Text and Textile Two-Day Symposium and Fashion Show Transdisciplinary Event, which began on the day […]

By Jamarion Owens and Jerry LeDoux III On April 17, New York Times bestselling author Leila Mottley visited Texas Southern University to read from her debut novel, Nightcrawling, and promote her Nighcrawling Paperback tour. The Oakland, CA native told TSU students and faculty that her novel is fiction but inspired by true events. She said […]

Since grade school, Jesha Magee, 27, a law student at Texas Southern University’s Thurgood Marshall School of Law, practiced a strong need to help others on a small or large scale. “I used to get in trouble in school for sticking up for my friends,” the Fort Worth native said. “And different administrators would say, ‘You can’t […]

On March 4, 1960, several students from Texas Southern University held the first sit-in in Houston at a Weingarten’s grocery store lunch counter, which ultimately played a role in ending segregation across the city.

Dozens of students scurred into a small room just to the right of Kashmere highschool’s cafeteria. Some spoke with their friends, laughing and enjoying one another, while others sat by themselves, observing the scene. Suddenly, the doors swung open, and their lives changed forever. On Wednesday, Feb. 23, Howdy Ice Cream store owner Roderick Batson […]