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By: Erin Slaughter On April 25, Texas Southern University (TSU) announced James Crawford III, a distinguished serviceman and trusted advisor to world leaders, as the sole finalist for its presidency, marking a pivotal moment in the university’s journey toward a new era of leadership. Following the announcement, Crawford, a retired U.S. Navy Vice Admiral with […]

Written by: KTSU2 Reporter Erin Slaughter She walked from one end of the Texas Southern University (TSU) campus to the other, a path she had taken countless times. This time, the exhausting stroll offered her a moment for reflection.  As she reflected on her journey, she recalled pivotal moments that shaped her path, from earning […]

By: Erin Slaughter It was a sunny day in Washington, D.C., absent of wind. Inside a conference room located on a campus whose history signifies the need to maintain a democracy that does not overlook or undermine any part of society, the future of journalism was discussed. Gallaudet University was founded in 1864 to accommodate […]

Texas’ first Black ski club is breaking barriers in the Lone Star state and beyond.

Atlanta rapper Clifford, T.I.,’ Harris made a surprise visit to Texas Southern University to announce his partnership with Moolah Wireless and provide free tablets for TSU students.

By Matthew J. Parker The Center for Journalism and Democracy (CJD) invited budding journalism students from seven Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) Tuesday, Nov. 15, to attend its inaugural Democracy Summit on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C. Students and their professors sat alongside dozens of professional journalists and renowned members of […]

A team of Texas Southern University journalists travels to Washington, D.C., for the Democracy Summit at Howard University.

By: Chandrelle Lazard (Chandrelle wrote this article on March 4, 2020, the 60th anniversary of the sit-in. Mr. Bland transitioned on July 9, 2020.) HOUSTON— The spirit of justice, passion and civil rights surrounded the illustrious Texas Southern University campus sixty years ago today. Even though the laws of Jim Crow stood in opposition and […]