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Atlanta rapper Clifford, T.I.,’ Harris made a surprise visit to Texas Southern University to announce his partnership with Moolah Wireless and provide free tablets for TSU students.

Nikole Hannah-Jones entered a room filled with eager reporters and students alike; notebooks titled ‘Center for Journalism and Democracy’ topped tables as attendees acted as witnesses and record keepers to the history being made. This was the beginning of the Democracy Summit in Washington, D.C.  In the inaugural opening of The Center for Journalism and […]

As a Texas Southern University (TSU) Grad, We Care Rx Pharmacy owner, Dr. Brandy Williams, understands the struggle of long days and nights studying, searching, pleading, and applying for funding to purchase reading materials and items needed to get through the pharmacology program. Recently contributing $100,000 to TSU’s pharmacy program, Williams’ plans to continue these […]

A team of Texas Southern University journalists travels to Washington, D.C., for the Democracy Summit at Howard University.

Houston, TX— He spoke with remarkable assurance, composure, and conviction as he reflected on pivotal moments, character-building challenges, and life lessons that formed him into today’s man. On one occasion, the session turned more conversational as senior Montgomery Morris expressed his parents’ philosophy of challenging society’s views of what it means to be a student-athlete throughout […]

Houston, TX— The delectable, flavorful dishes that are a staple of traditional soul food have been accepted as a thing of the past by most vegans as part of their transition to a more suitable lifestyle.  For many Houstonians who helped celebrate The Breakfast Klub’s 20th anniversary in the city, the prospect of a vegan […]

By: Karina Hollingsworth Houston, TX— Southwest of Downtown Houston is a close-knit region brimming with African-American heritage. No, the community is not filled with tall statues or mile-long monuments. Instead, the neighborhood has other artifacts like the African American Library at the Gregory School. The library’s building was previously a school for African American children, […]

As the students of Texas Southern University continue to hurry around a newly reopened campus, a small group of women stay nestled away in Room 110 of the Spurgeon E. Grey Hall, fighting a silent battle.  Since September of this year, a collective of women have gone into overtime, working throughout the day to monitor […]

By BRADLEY CLARK  KTSU Contributing Writer The air around NRG Park was thick with sadness as those who had been affected by the AstroWorld tragedy gathered in remembrance. Days after the tragic crowd surge at the AstroWorld festival left eight people dead and 300 injured, a makeshift memorial was created mere feet from the scene […]

By Bradley Clark, Mario Dunham and Zy’riah Simmons (contributors) The Granville M. Sawyer Auditorium was filled with joy and laughter as Texas Southern University’s theatre program prepared for its Oct. 8-10 performances of The Wiz. Within the storied auditorium, hungry, eager, and engaged students worked around the clock over three weeks to put the entire […]