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TSU’s Tiger Market sets students up for success

By: Karina Hollingsworth Texas Southern University’s Tiger Market provides students with resources for academic, personal, and social services. “The purpose of the Tiger Market is to serve as a resource for students” Diversity and Inclusion Initiative Coordinator Shareen Nicholson said. “We provide food, professional attire, and resources for students who may need a little bit […]

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Houston non-profit fights hunger one family at time

By Jonah Baker A Houston non-profit organization is fighting daily to break the cycle of hunger and a statistic that ranks the Bayou City as fifth for children living with food insecurity. During the week, Kids Meal Inc. targets the city’s most vulnerable residents to provide meals to children ages 5 and under. During the […]

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Critical Race Theory in the Lone Star State

Numerous 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 […]

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Naomi Osaka pens powerful essay on mental health

By KTSU2News Service Naomi Osaka penned a powerful essay for Time magazine on the importance of her own mental health after she withdrew from the French Open and Wimbledon. Osaka, who is the world’s top paid female tennis player, said that she has suffered with depression for years and was uncomfortable sharing her personal battles […]

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TSU alumnus to host groundbreaking summer gospel concert in Houston

By KTSU2 News Service One of Houston’s most dynamic gospel choir directors and Texas Southern University alumnus Darius Clay, along with his musical company, Intergenerational Chorale (IGC) will be hosting a groundbreaking musical Saturday, July 25 at 7p.m. at the Garden of Gethsemane church in Houston at 4715 Griggs Road. The event, dubbed 80s/90s Summer […]

By: Karina Hollingsworth Texas Southern University’s Tiger Market provides students with resources for academic, personal, and social services. “The purpose of the Tiger Market is to serve as a resource for students” Diversity and Inclusion Initiative Coordinator Shareen Nicholson said. “We provide food, professional attire, and resources for students who may need a little bit […]

By Jonah Baker A Houston non-profit organization is fighting daily to break the cycle of hunger and a statistic that ranks the Bayou City as fifth for children living with food insecurity. During the week, Kids Meal Inc. targets the city’s most vulnerable residents to provide meals to children ages 5 and under. During the […]

Numerous 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 […]

Hundreds of Houstonians came out to listen to RnB acts, Lucky Daye and Kaash Paige last Saturday at the Aventura arena sponsored by Wale Adekoya of Good Vibes.  Many media outlets and other Houston businesses also came out to support and promote, including one Media source that came out to truly give back to the […]

By KTSU2News Service Naomi Osaka penned a powerful essay for Time magazine on the importance of her own mental health after she withdrew from the French Open and Wimbledon. Osaka, who is the world’s top paid female tennis player, said that she has suffered with depression for years and was uncomfortable sharing her personal battles […]

By KTSU2 News Service One of Houston’s most dynamic gospel choir directors and Texas Southern University alumnus Darius Clay, along with his musical company, Intergenerational Chorale (IGC) will be hosting a groundbreaking musical Saturday, July 25 at 7p.m. at the Garden of Gethsemane church in Houston at 4715 Griggs Road. The event, dubbed 80s/90s Summer […]

Houston- The Houston Holocaust Museum will offer free admission and COVID-19 vaccinations for ages 12 and up on Saturday July 10th between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.  Harris County Public Health will be onsite offering the Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines. No ID or insurance is required. Harris County is raffling one $5,000 college […]

By KTSU2News The sole finalist for Texas Southern University’s next President is Dr. Lesia L. Crumpton-Young, a message posted on the University’s website said.  A confirmation vote by the Board of Regents is scheduled for June 17. “Dr. Crumpton-Young is an experienced University leader and tireless advocate for students. Her impeccable credentials made her standout […]

The School of Communication and KTSU2 will host a virtual finals’ bash Friday, April 30 at noon on Zoom. The event is titled “Countdown to Finals” and is designed to give students that last big push before final exams, which are May 3 -7. “We know that our students have had a very challenging semester […]

A Minneapolis jury found Derek Chauvin guilty of murder in the death of George Floyd,  the Third Ward native who died when the officer pressed his knee on Floyd’s neck for 9 minutes and 29 seconds last May.   The verdict of the former Minneapolis police officer was announced on Tuesday afternoon.   Chauvin was found guilty […]