With busy voting locations and long lines at different sites across Houston, many African American voters—a few frustrated—were determined to cast their ballots in what many consider the most important Super Tuesday primaries of all times.
Marcia Johnson is a true champion of education. Born in North Miami Beach, this wife and mother earned a BS degree in Broadcast Journalism and a law degree from the University of Florida in Gainesville before making her way to Houston.
Texas Southern University hosted the “Getting in the Trenches: Navigating Race Talk during Hostile Times" fireside chat with University of Houston-Downtown Center for Critical Race Studies (CCRS) Scholar-in-Resident Dr. Tina Harris and TSU Interim Dean of the School of Communications Dr. Rockell Brown-Burton.
Show your Tiger Pride on Saturday, February 15th for "Alumni Night" and "Reunion Night." Alumni who wear TSU paraphernalia can purchase a discounted ticket for $6 on the day of the game.
Texas Southern University invites you to network and learn more about the university.
Mayor, county commissioner and TSU acting president break ground on $10.4M Cleburne Street construction
Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Texas Southern University Acting President Ken Huewitt on Thursday participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a $10.4 million Cleburne Street construction project that will improve safety, mobility and drainage in the Third Ward community.
A decision has been made. Despite overwhelming support from the community and alumni, the Texas Southern University Board of Regents announced Tuesday that President Austin Lane has been fired.
While the city of Houston is stumped and demanding answers as to why embattled Texas Southern University President Austin Lane was placed on paid administrative leave, African American News and Issues has obtained documents which provide a little more insight on the decision.
Texas Southern University President Austin Lane has been placed on administrative leave effective immediately, African American News and Issues has learned. The decision was handed down in a meeting held by the TSU Board of Regents on Friday.
Dr. James Matthew Douglas is the current president of the Houston chapter of the NAACP. He is also a distinguished professor of law at Texas Southern University’s Thurgood Marshall School of Law.