Due to the Democratic primary debate to be held at TSU on Thursday, September 12, there will be temporary street closures between beginning at 1:30 p.m. until 3 a.m. on Friday, September 13. : Ennis St. (Truxillo to Blodgett – hard shutdown; no vehicular traffic) Blodgett St. (Delano to Ennis – hard shutdown; no vehicular traffic) Blodgett St. (Ennis to Tierwester -west-bound – event ticketholders only); … Continue reading Be cautious, be safe: Street closures due to Democratic primary debate
Mariah Campbell, Jaya Gafford, and Katriel Pickett Contributing Writers With the third Democratic debate vastly approaching, the 2020 presidential election has generated buzz across the nation as millennials interject their opinions into a social media pool of political conversation. All of the political “Twitter beef” has caused some division amongst this new generation of voters. In speaking with local college students, many claim that they want … Continue reading Does your scroll affect the poll?
Isaiah Robinson, Cory Cyriaque, Akilah Gray-Brooks Contributing Writers With the recent mass shootings, particularly in Texas, many in the university community want the candidates to put politics aside and focus on humanity and safety. The ten candidates who will be participating in the ABC News sponsored debate will be Amy Klobuchar, Cory Booker, Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Andrew Yang, … Continue reading Some say gun violence should be a debate topic
Za’Niya Miles Contributing Writer Texas Southern University has created the Bahamas Hurricane Student Fund to aid those who have been affected by Hurricane Dorian. Hurricane Dorian hovered over the Bahamas for nearly two days; torrential winds and rain whipped up 12 to 18 foot storm surges, as reported by the National Hurricane Center. The category 5 hurricane, which battered the Aboca Islands and Grand Bahamas … Continue reading Texas Southern University lends a helping hand to those affected by Hurricane Dorian
In the Texas Southern University alma mater, there is a popular phrase that goes “All roads lead to Texas Southern.” That phrase couldn’t be truer than it will be on September 12. For those who are not aware, the ABC News Democratic Primary Debate will take place on Thursday, Sept.12 at the Health and Physical Education Arena (H&PE). Students and faculty who received tickets to … Continue reading All roads lead to TSU for third Democratic primary debate
Lentynie Tran, a senior physics major and president of the Texas Southern University Computer Society, believes bridging the gap between education and fun is what Texas Southern needs. She believes the Hackathon achieves just that. Continue reading TSU hosts Hackathon that blends education and fun
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
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