Author: Isaiah Robinson
By: Isaiah Robinson HOUSTON—Even though the first confirmed case of the coronavirus in Houston, Texas was March 4, 2020, one student from Texas Southern University revealed that he suffered from a mild case of COVID-19 for a month in December 2019 and didn’t know it. Kameron Traylor, 21-year-old broadcast journalism major from Houston Texas, felt […]
By: Isaiah Robinson HOUSTON—Texas Southern University Student Government Association President and her cabinet are working diligently to be a light in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic as they not only plan, but also plant seeds of hope and positivity to harvest a stellar year for returning students. Khaniya Burley, TSU’s 73rd SGA President, said there […]
Legendary Texas Southern University debate coach Dr. Thomas F. Freeman spoke at the 19th Annual Barbara Jordan Lecture Series “The Pursuit of Excellence in the Forensic Arts” on Feb. 12, 2020; it would be one of his last speeches before transitioning on June 6, 2020.
By: Isaiah Robinson HOUSTON—Due to the rising surge in coronavirus cases, Texas Southern University will move to a 13-week schedule for the upcoming fall semester, which has students completing the term before the Thanksgiving break. The decision to shift to a modified schedule comes after a startling spike in COVID-19 cases overwhelmed not only the […]
Are we not the same? You and I? We seem to share the same flesh, but the only thing that separates us is the color of our skin that sits in between our eyes.
By: Isaiah Robinson HOUSTON—Texas Southern University is strategically planning and preparing for students’ return to campus with a phased re-opening system called, “Return to TigerLand”, for the Fall 2020 semester as COVID-19 relentlessly strikes the Houston community. With growing concerns regarding the safety of students and faculty mounting as the beginning of the school year […]
Texas Southern University is providing the opportunity for students to receive emergency funding through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).
Photo via Forward Times By: Isaiah Robinson HOUSTON—As she walked on stage, her mocha smooth skin began to illuminate off the stage lighting, the audience instantly gazed at her. The radiation of her light was as of a single lit candle in a dark room. As she began to perform, she commanded and hunted the […]