The iconic Ivy League executive and HBCU alumna reveals how a natural disaster and the grit of PVAMU students led her to pursue a HBCU presidency.
A decades-long pursuit for criminal justice reform has taken Texas Southern University criminal justice major Tarsha Jackson across the state and to the heights of public advocacy.
Prairie View A&M University’s campus is buzzing this fall, with more than
two-thousand new faces comprising record first-year student enrollment.
According to the university’s official 20th day of class report, PVAMU had 2,074 incoming freshmen.
The home of the Wiley College Great Debaters looks to revive forensics as a national point of distinction for HBCUs.
Texas Southern University’s Ocean of Soul Marching Band will lead the victory parade for the World Series Champion Houston Astros in downtown Houston tomorrow afternoon.
The interim dean of Texas Southern University’s Thurgood Marshall School of Law is out following the controversial cancellation of a speech by a conservative Texas legislator.
The Houston Chronicle reports on James Douglas’ September resignation, which was submitted in September but formally accepted by university president Austin Lane on Oct.
The Dallas Morning News calls it a virtual last-ditch effort for Texas Democrats to find a viable candidate to run against a popular incumbent. But the HBCU community should see a possible Gubernatorial bid from Paul Quinn College President Michael Sorrell as the ultimate platform for the sector’s ambitions.
The Houston Chronicle profiles the rebuilding process for Texas Southern University athletics, which in 2012 was stripped of its 2010 SWAC football championship, had wins vacated in all sports between 2006 and 2010, and mandated postseason bans for football and men’s basketball after an NCAA investigation found the school committed more than 120 recruiting and financial aid violations.
Controversial Texas legislator Briscoe Cain is preparing to file a free speech lawsuit against Texas Southern University, alleging that the school denied him of his constitutional right to free expression when it canceled his scheduled appearance on campus last week amid student protests.
A canceled speech from a controversial Texas state lawmaker at Texas Southern University has spurred confusion among the school’s administration, and a war of words between legislators. From the Dallas News: