Supreme Court Race Case -Byron Allen v. Comcast

By Tasha Poullard – TSU Herald News Editor | Opinions Contributor “We’ve been positioned to fail. We were brought here to create wealth not have it, share it or be it.” says Byron Allen. As he conducts a sit-down interview with The Breakfast Club back in October of this year. African American Media Mogul Byron Allen lays it out on the line. He breaks down … Continue reading Supreme Court Race Case -Byron Allen v. Comcast

Gyno. Tomorrow. 9:30: T.I. Is On Hymen Duty

By Tashandra Poullard – TSU Herald News Editor | Opinions Contributor “Gyno. Tomorrow. 9:30” Can you imagine waking up to this sticky note being stuck on your door – by your father – in regards to your first gynecology visit? Rapper and actor T.I. said in an interview that aired Tuesday that he goes with his 18-year-old daughter Deyiah – to the gynecologist each year to “check … Continue reading Gyno. Tomorrow. 9:30: T.I. Is On Hymen Duty

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

Tigers outlast Warhawks 108-102 in triple overtime, advancing to CIT semifinals

by Pedro Romero Jr. The Tigers of Texas Southern defeated the Warhawks of Louisiana-Monroe 108-102 on Thursday night after three overtime periods to advance to the semifinals of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. The result marks the team’s 24th victory of the season which is the most the school has made since they entered the NCAA Division I in 1977. Despite being down for the majority … Continue reading Tigers outlast Warhawks 108-102 in triple overtime, advancing to CIT semifinals

Playing with Fire: Tigers defeat UT-RGV 95-84 to advance to the quarterfinals of the CI Tournament

by Pedro Romero Jr. They were in this situation before. Just a few days ago in New Orleans, the Tigers of Texas Southern had to stave off a furious comeback—which necessitated overtime—by the hosting Privateers to ensure their continual participation in the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. Now, here they were grappling with the Vaqueros of the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley, the same team that pulled … Continue reading Playing with Fire: Tigers defeat UT-RGV 95-84 to advance to the quarterfinals of the CI Tournament

Texas Southern falls to Southern on Senior Night 87-77, sees their 11-game win streak end

by Pedro Romero Jr. The Texas Southern Tigers lost to the Southern University Jaguars 87-77 in Senior Night on Saturday, seeing their 11-game winning streak end within the Southwestern Athletic Conference. In addition, the result snapped the Tigers’ own 5-game winning streak against Southern. The last time they lost to the Baton Rouge-based team came in the semifinals of the 2016 SWAC Tournament by a … Continue reading Texas Southern falls to Southern on Senior Night 87-77, sees their 11-game win streak end

TSU Signing Day Welcomes 20 New Athletes

By Teah Johnson On February 6th, 2019, National Signing Day for college football, Texas Southern University completed their roster by adding the final five players to the list. Known for his recruiting ability, head coach, Clarence McKinney, brought a mixture of outstanding athletes, including five Division 1 FBS transfer players, five junior college players, and 10 high school players. “Were excited about the whole class,” … Continue reading TSU Signing Day Welcomes 20 New Athletes