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Texas Southern University tackles the topic of dating violence in upcoming seminar

Holly Hogrobrooks helped organize Houston’s first sit-in to end segregation in Houston

Johnnie B. Goode pays homage to musicians who influenced Rock and Roll, R&B and Jazz music

Wil Haygood will visit TSU as part of HPLQ Four Books for Houston event to discuss his new novel

The TSU SHAPE Initiative sponsors free HIV, Hepatitis C, and drug screenings

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Feb

06

National TRIO Day is meant to focus the nation's attention on the needs of disadvantaged young people and adults aspiring to improve their lives, to the necessary investment if they are to become contributing citizens of the country, and to the talent which will be wasted if that investment is not made.
Contact: Virgina Day

Feb

09

In honor of African American Heritage Month, the Robert J. Terry Library will feature visual and performing art work by three African American women in “An Epic Evening with the Artists: Creative Expressions in Dance, Artwork and Spoken Word”
Contact: Barbara Ritcherson

Feb

09

Dr. Jason Oby, shares research on the Negro Spiritual as an original form of African American protest. The lecture will be punctuated by live performances from TSU students, recorded examples and audience participation.
Contact: Dr. Jason Oby

Feb

10

Confucius Institute presents Chinese New Year Celebration on the Student Center steps from 12:00 p.m - 2:00 p.m. For more information contact Confucius Institute at 713-313-5662.
Contact: Confucius Institute