Texas Southern University’s Board of Regents announced the retirement of its 13th President, Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young, Friday, May 26, after a four-hour closed-door session on campus in the library learning center. Regent chair Albert Myers thanked Dr. Crumpton-Young for her service to TSU. In a letter posted on the University’s website Myers said the president […]
Melody Robinson is not your average Radio, television, and film student. She was crowned the 75th Miss Texas Southern University in 2022 and wants to continue her commitment to service after graduation—this time as an officer in the United States Army.
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By Amber Land The Center for Journalism and Democracy’s [CJD] executive director visited Texas Southern University on April 11 to discuss partnering with the School of Communication. Dr. Kali-Ahset Amen talked to TSU students and faculty about the center’s vision to double down on journalism training. She said Historically Black Colleges and Universities [HBCUs] are […]
Kim Gagne spoke to TSU’s School of Communication students about how to jumpstart their media careers by working behind the scenes.
As I stood in the center of the Texas Capitol building, those words became a cloak for my anxiety.
The nation’s leading creators of media, music, film and entertainment headline Texas Southern University’s School of Communication’s annual #CommWeek conference scheduled for March 27-31 in the Martin Luther King Jr. Humanities building. This year’s theme is “Festival of Life: Celebrating Global Communication.“ Go to the #TSUCommWeek app for more details https://tsucommweek2023.glideapp.io/dl/f2f9e3 and see the flyer […]
Since grade school, Jesha Magee, 27, a law student at Texas Southern University’s Thurgood Marshall School of Law, practiced a strong need to help others on a small or large scale. “I used to get in trouble in school for sticking up for my friends,” the Fort Worth native said. “And different administrators would say, ‘You can’t […]
On March 4, 1960, several students from Texas Southern University held the first sit-in in Houston at a Weingarten’s grocery store lunch counter, which ultimately played a role in ending segregation across the city.
Texas’ first Black ski club is breaking barriers in the Lone Star state and beyond.