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Texas Southern University graduate student Koran “KC” Cooper took center stage at the 2024 Grammy Awards, capturing news headlining footage and leaving a mark on the music industry and peers he encountered.  Despite facing initial adversities, including losing his laptop upon arrival in California, Cooper’s resilience and determination propelled him towards unforgettable experiences and meaningful […]

Each student received $1,000 through the SOC scholarship initiative  Scholarships alleviate financial stress and contribute to academic success, degree completion, and equitable access to education, according to experts in higher education. They are a valuable resource for college students, opening doors that might otherwise remain closed due to financial barriers. The 2024 CommWeek – the […]

“It is not about who you know but who knows you.”   By Anthony Ogbo Honorable Martha Castex-Tatum, Mayor Pro-Tem of the City of Houston, delivered the opening remarks on Monday, April 8, 2024, at the 42nd Intercultural and Communication Conference of the School of Communication at Texas Southern University (TSU) – Commweek. In her address, […]

Texas Southern University’s School of Communication hosts its annual conference April 5-12 in the MLK building. The focus this year is amplifying diverse voices in media and communication. Some of the nation’s top journalists, academics, filmmakers, musicians, content creators, and more will be at the university. They will share their perspectives on how the academy, […]

Texas Southern University’s Choir takes the stage with Gospel legend Tammy L. Hall from 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. CDT at the 66th annual Monterey Jazz Festival. Last year’s performance was a sound to behold! TSU became the first Historically Black College and University Choir to perform at the festival. Click the link below to […]

TSU was well-represented at this year’s 66th Monterey Jazz Festival in California. Students covered events, wrote stories, and produced documentaries about this festival – Bradley Clark Reports.

By Joshua Molock On Aug. 27, Texas Southern University held its inaugural Fan Fest, introducing all 16 TSU teams. Fans had the opportunity to meet the student-athletes, get autographs, and interact with teams, which included the TSU Ocean of Soul, TSU Cheerleaders, and Tiger Sensations Dance Team. The event took place at the H&PE arena and had a special appearance by […]

By Zariah Watson – Texas Southern University School of Communication journalism major BARC Houston, the city of Houston’s animal shelter and adoption facility, has launched an ambitious new program to address the stray and overpopulation of animals. In the aftermath of the pandemic, there has been a surge in pet breeding. Consequently, this has led […]

Corrie Williams, the President of Texas Southern University’s National Alumni Association, told the Board of Regents during an open forum at its June 15 meeting on campus that alumni had “great concern on the current state of the university” and were willing to work with the regents to develop solutions. During the meeting, Williams raised […]

Following a six hour meeting on Thursday, June 15, Texas Southern University’s Board of Regents appointed Dr. Mary Evans Sias to assume the role of acting president of the university following Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young’s retirement announcement on Friday, May 26, according to a university news release. Dr. Sias, who was a member of TSU’s Board […]