New Tiger Transfer Hub Adds Transparency, Simplicity to Transfer Process

HOUSTON (November 13, 2019) – Students in Texas and beyond who are interested in transferring to Texas Southern University have gained a valuable new tool that makes the process more transparent and easier to navigate. Last week, the university unveiled the Tiger Transfer Hub, which provides potential Tigers with a set of tools they can

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HISD’s Parent University to focus on keeping students safe while online

Workshop on being a plugged-in parent scheduled for Nov. 19 WHAT: The November Parent University workshops, hosted by four Houston Independent School District campuses, will provide participants with practical lessons and insights for keeping their children safe in the digital age. The workshops will address issues such as parental involvement in their child’s online activities,

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Thirston Named Director of Sports Information at Prairie View A & M University

PRAIRIE VIEW – Prairie View A&M University Interim Athletics Director Alicia Pete removed the interim tag from La Tonia Thirston, promoting her to the new Director of Sports Information. “Ms. Thirston has become one of the most respected and dependable assets within our athletics department,” Pete said. “She’s been an integral part of our teams

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Dr. Shantay Grays Appointed Vice Chancellor for Student Services

HOUSTON – Houston Community College (HCC) is pleased to announce Dr. Shantay Grays has assumed the role of Vice Chancellor Student Services. Dr. Grays has been serving in the interim position for this role for the past year and all the while maintained a strong operational focus and continued the transformation of student services. “I

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Child Abuse

By David Allen, Drew Academy Do the Write Thing Challenge Thousands of people are abused every day. Child abuse is a form of abuse that can take a toll on anyone. Child abuse can happen anytime, anywhere, with anyone. Abuse is wrong and needs to be stopped. The effects from different forms of child abuse

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Social Issue

Dear Editor: I’m a Black teacher working in a public high school in a mostly African-American region, I cannot reveal my location and identity at this time because it could compromise my job and what I’m about to disclose. We all know that since the Civil Rights era, many of the public attacks on people

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Living Legend: Ron Kirk

Former Mayor of Dallas Ron Kirk was born in Austin, on June 27, 1954. While attending John H. Reagan High School, Kirk was elected president of the student body. He also played basketball and traveled in Europe with the school choir. Upon graduation in 1972, Kirk enrolled in Austin College, where he earned his B.A.

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