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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…

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TSU hosts first presidential forum with She The People

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Ryan Nickerson, Contributing Writer American citizens have the choice to live informed or willingly oblivious to the world around them. Some people are even inclined to think that if they put their heads down, look the other way and only focus on what’s immediately important to them, their life will…

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Why elections matter

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On February 11th, 2019, the City of Houston partnered up with Texas Southern University and Clark Condon Engineering firm to host a town hall meeting to inform residents about the proposed changes to Cleburne Street. Beginning May 2019, the  street will be remodeled from Ennis Street all the way down…

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$15 Million for TSU’s Front Door

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By Trey Waddy Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has been under constant pressure following the surfacing of an old medical yearbook photo of him wearing blackface from 1984. The photo in question has what seems to be Northam in blackface standing next to someone dressed as a Ku Klux Klan member….

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Blackface Within Our Government

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By Jasmine Adams In 21 Savage’s 2017 song Nothin’ New, he raps,“Shit gettin outrageous, treat us like slaves, then they lock us up in cages.” From his debut album, ‘Issa Album’, the song is a brutally honest reflection that flows like an old 2Pac song, addressing the ills and experiences…

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Issa Immigrant

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Students interested in earning semester credit hours by taking a three-week “mini” semester in December and January have a new option at Texas Southern University (TSU). The university will offer classes in a variety of subjects that will allow students to accelerate their pathway toward graduation. The mini-mester classes begin…

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Texas Southern University offers first-ever Winter mini-mester courses

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At 2:13 pm on November 28, Texas Southern University’s official Twitter account delivered a sobering message: “Due to a threat received from Houston Police Department, classes at Texas Southern University are cancelled and campus is being evacuated.” Twenty minutes later, they reiterated: “Students, faculty and staff of Texas Southern University…

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Confusion reigns after TSU bomb threat

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HOUSTON (October 22, 2018) – It’s a bird! It’s a plane! Actually, it’s a Cessna 172 Skyhawk – and, thanks to winning Cessna’s 2019 Top Hawk contest, Texas Southern University will soon add this popular aircraft to its fleet. “Quite simply, the addition of a Skyhawk to aviation science and…

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TSU aviation program wins the use of Cessna Skyhawk airplane