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.
Texas’ first Black ski club is breaking barriers in the Lone Star state and beyond.
By Amber Land Standing in front of the Martin Luther King building at Texas Southern University is an iconic sculpture called African Queen Mother. Some see it as a fountain—others view it as a landmark for campus directions; however, the 12-foot sculpture is more than that and dates back to early stories passed down through […]
“Graduating students must be prepared to reconcile or strike a balance between their values and the culture of the organizations they aspire to. Some corporate cultures require a certain look or presentation to suit specific expectations.” These are one of the few takeaways when the founder and the Chief Executive Officer of the Houston-based AIX […]
The computer screens of dozens of young men and women were illuminated with a feeling of optimism and change, as students from all over had a discussion for the ages. On Jan. 26, the Department for Urban and Housing Department’s Secretary Marcia Fudge spoke with HBCU students across the nation on a virtual platform. She […]