TSU hosts first presidential forum with She The People

Written by Ryan Nickerson, Managing Editor When asked about how she would address voters who may be interested in voting for a woman president but may vote for a male candidate out of fear, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren rolled up her sleeves and said: “Here’s how I see it”. Then an audience member shouted, “Tell us how you see it!” and the forum erupted in … Continue reading TSU hosts first presidential forum with She The People

3 things to look for in TSU’s Spring Game

Houston weather has knocked back the TSU Spring Game a day from Saturday, April 13 to Sunday, April 14th. After a miserable 2-9 season, the team has acquired a new head coach, Clarence McKinney. Originally from the Houston area, he hopes to bring success to his hometown HBCU. Here are the 3 things to look for during the scrimmage: DeAndre Johnson: Many students were hyped … Continue reading 3 things to look for in TSU’s Spring Game

Not Once, But Twice: TSU Take’s Both Games from Grambling State in Doubleheader

In a battle of astonishingly similar feline mascots, the Lady Tigers of Texas Southern University defeated the Lady Tigers of Grambling State in both games of a doubleheader on Friday, April 5, 2019 with the scores being 11-0 and 12-0 respectively. Thanks to the pair of victories, TSU (11-20) strengthened their hold of first place in the Western Division of the Southwestern Athletic Conference, whereas … Continue reading Not Once, But Twice: TSU Take’s Both Games from Grambling State in Doubleheader

Tigers bow out of CIT by losing to Green Bay 87-86 in overtime

T Sometimes, good stories don’t always have a happy ending. One group of guys can fight through various tribulations in the span of a grueling season, but their will to fight can eventually dissolve if the challenge becomes too great to overcome. Regardless of the humbling result, their fans can take in and appreciate the ride they experienced because thanks to them, they were able … Continue reading Tigers bow out of CIT by losing to Green Bay 87-86 in overtime

Beto speaks at TSU for the third time

by Ryan Nickerson Beto O’Rourke’s defeat by Ted Cruz last year was humbling, albeit heartbreaking for Texas Southern students and faculty, who had high hopes for Beto after he spoke at Sawyer Auditorium last fall.   “It crushed me when I found out he lost,” said junior Trey Waddy, “he seemed like such a positive voice in the community.”  Alongside Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Beto captivated … Continue reading Beto speaks at TSU for the third time

TSU Students Head to Austin For Day at the Capitol

Twenty million dollars was the goal but students were looking for more. High hopes and an early start propelled TSU’s Day at the Capitol in Austin, where student leaders talked with state legislatures and advocated on behalf of Texas Southern University. In conjunction with the Texas Legislative Black Caucus’ biennial summit, Texas Southern students were recognized on the House Floor and were given a standing … Continue reading TSU Students Head to Austin For Day at the Capitol