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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, […]

If you ever doubted the legitimacy or importance of gaming in 2024, then you should be introduced to a group of five Texas Southern University students. Through the power of gaming, they just earned $100,000 in one month. These five trailblazing students participated in the “Mountain Dew Real Change Challenge” in Atlanta, Ga. in October. […]

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, KTSU2 Reporter In the back office of the Earl Carl Institute, on the Texas Southern University (TSU) campus, Director Sarah Guidry’s unwavering faith and divine calling as a guardian of justice guide her relentless pursuit of fairness and truth. The Earl Carl Institute is an independent organization dedicated to empowering underserved populations […]

Josh Molock’s Journey To The SuperBowl Josh Molock’s journey to become the first TSU student to ever cover the Super Bowl By Bradley Clark Houston, Texas — Josh Molock did something that some people will never get to do in their entire lifetime, just this year. He covered the Super Bowl. More specifically, he became […]

While the scene outside consisted of students playing loud music and fraternities spending time with one another, the scene Inside the Ollington Smith Playhouse could not have been any different. The lights in the room were dim, and everyone inside the auditorium sat quietly; focused. Their eyes looked straight ahead as professors and mental health […]

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 […]

By Erin Slaughter, KTSU2 Investigative Reporter Thurgood Marshall School of Law (TMSL) students organized a protest on Wednesday, Nov. 8, citing numerous grievances after two of their interim deans stepped down, and Texas Southern University’s administration vowed to address their concerns. Hundreds of TMSL students walked out of classes and proceeded to Hannah Hall, where […]