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By KTSU2News Service Texas Southern University President Lesia Crumpton-Young told students Wednesday during a “Listening Tour” that she will have an open door policy. More than 100 students attended the event in the Tiger Room. Dr. Crumpton-Young started her tenure as TSU’s President in July. Dr. Crumpton-Young has more than two decades of experience in […]

By KTSU2News Service Hurricane Nicholas pounced the Texas Gulf coast Tuesday at 12:30a.m. with 75 mile per hour winds leaving flooded streets and more than 354,000 residents without power. Nicholas started as a tropical storm and strengthen to a category 1 hurricane before coming ashore on the eastern part of the Matagorda Peninsula, about 10 […]

By: Karina Hollingsworth The atmosphere at the 36th Annual Labor Day Classic was different from previous years. TSU Tiger fans were full of team spirit and ready to cheer on the football team like always, but before they could enter the BBVA Stadium they had to pass one test–a temperature check. Due to the uncontrolled […]

Houston- Texas Southern University’s Career and Professional Development Center has a database filled with scholarships and jobs for TSU students. Here are a few of this week’s highlights: Tips on turning your summer job/internship into a career If you spent the break working on a summer job or an internship and you’re thinking about how to […]

By: Karina Hollingsworth Brandon Blackwell went from dribbling to throwing right hooks. Since Brandon was little, he always dreamed of being a professional basketball player. When basketball didn’t work out Brandon found boxing to be his ultimate calling. “I always told myself if I didn’t make it playing basketball that I would box,” Brandon Blackwell […]

Houston- Texas Southern University’s Career and Professional Development Center has a database filled with scholarships and jobs for TSU students. Here are a few of this week’s highlights: FBI Student Programs The nation’s top law enforcement and intelligence organization offers valuable work experience for students at every education level. The FBI offers a variety of programs, […]

The vibrant history of the historic Third Ward district is frequently overshadowed by the community’s lingering inequalities— Jack Yates High School is a part of that vibrant thread. The high school, named for Rev John Henry “Jack” Yates, a former slave and minister, has seen a number of graduates fall victim to the community’s systemic […]

Houston- Texas Southern University’s Career and Professional Development Center has a database filled with scholarships and jobs for TSU students. Here are a few of this week’s highlights: The Ronald Blue Trust Scholarship  Ronald Blue Trust is offering a $2,500 scholarship to three undergraduate students who have demonstrated academic achievement and a passion for biblically-based financial advising. One […]

By Jonah Baker Houston- Just weeks before the official start of the 2021-2022 school year, HISD, the largest school district in the state, has close to 600 certified teacher positions left unfilled. On Saturday, the district held a job fair at Delmar Fieldhouse for prospective candidates.   “We’ve been actively recruiting throughout the summer but yes, […]

Many Houston residents believe that Texas legislators intentionally misrepresent critical race theory in order to further polarize the state. Recently, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed legislation restricting how current events and America’s history of racism can be taught in schools. House Bill 3979, dubbed the “critical race theory bill,” is the latest tactic to galvanize […]