The Other Side of the Story – The Untold Truths of Cameron Brewer

By Tasha Poullard – TSU Herald News Editor | Opinions Contributor Almost everyone I know has seen video footage – countless hours upon end that feature unarmed Black men being gunned down in the streets by law enforcement. We just recently witnessed the trial of former Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger who was found guilty of shooting and killing Botham Jean (26) in his own … Continue reading The Other Side of the Story – The Untold Truths of Cameron Brewer

Kevin Granger named vice president of intercollegiate athletics Lifelong Tiger sheds interim role following selection and Board approval

HOUSTON (February 23, 2019) – Kevin Granger, who has spent the better part of 27 years with Texas Southern University as a student athlete, coach, administrator and, most recently, as interim vice president of intercollegiate athletics, was named permanently to that position following unanimous approval from TSU’s Board of Regents on Friday. Since being named to the interim role last August, Granger has been busy … Continue reading Kevin Granger named vice president of intercollegiate athletics Lifelong Tiger sheds interim role following selection and Board approval

Honor to the Tigress Chief

TSU’s chief of police, Mary Young, was featured in the Houston Women’s History Tour in what is to be a fantastic start to Women’s History Month. On March 6th, former veteran Houston Police Department officer and acting police chief of our university accepted her award, exuberating boundless tiger pride with a great smile on her face. Young graduated from James Madison High at the young … Continue reading Honor to the Tigress Chief

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Speed Networking: An Opportunity for TSU’s Young Entrepreneurs

By Treyvon Waddy As a part of TSU’s annual Communications Week, students were given the opportunity to “Show Their Own Net Worth” to companies SER Jobs, Mo-Bang Media, Evolversi, and Back to Eden, all ready and willing to help our Tigers get out there and get connected. Professor Clyde Duncan Jr., one of the several present School of Communications’ professors, had particularly high hopes for … Continue reading Speed Networking: An Opportunity for TSU’s Young Entrepreneurs

The TMSL Bill, Explained

By Terrance Turner On Feb. 25, State Rep. Harold Dutton (D-TX) filed a bill “relating to the establishment of the Thurgood Marshall School of Law as an independent public institution of higher education.” HB 2383 would’ve separated the Thurgood Marshall School of Law (TMSL) from TSU. “Effective June 1, 2020, the governance, control, and management of the Thurgood Marshall School of Law are transferred from … Continue reading The TMSL Bill, Explained

No Excuses By Any Means

By Ryan Nickerson The ability to travel to the other side of the world doesn’t come often, especially for students who attend an HBCU. That’s why, in the summer, when Adonis Warren received the text: “Do you want to come to Africa?” His first reaction was, “Of course!”. Before he knew it, Warren, along with Marcus Nash, Trey Pope, and with 19 other students from … Continue reading No Excuses By Any Means