Come home TSU, and ReMember The Times! Oct. 16-22 will be packed with plenty of exciting Tiger action
Ashtyn Duncan, Sydney Hoyle, L. Shannel Vaughn, Jordan Roberts, and Jada Rogers took first place
Dr. Alvia Wardlaw, Director of the TSU Museum, serves on the NMAAHC advisory board
The parade will commence at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, October 22 starting at Burkett St.
Founders Day shares TSU’s rich history, its impact on Houston and its alumni pedigree with freshmen
Texas Southern vs. Alabama A&M. Present your Tiger 1 Card (faculty-staff id) for free admittance. Accompanied guest will be able to purchase four discounted tickets at $10 each.
Contact: Stephan Robinson
Featuring Jolie Rocke Browne, Soprano, visiting associate professor of Music with Rolethial McKelvey, piano. This is a recital of reflection and reassurance in response to racial violence in the United States of America. Works will include poems by Langston Hughes, art songs, spirituals and more. Proceeds and donations to benefit Opera at TSU.
Contact: Jolie Rocke-Brown
Receive help studying for your midterms. Sponsored by COSET Student Services and Instructional Support, College of Pharmacy Health Sciences, Student Academic Support Services, and Health Occupation Students of America. Free Food. Security escorts will be available to walk you to your dorm or the parking garage.
Contact: Charlotte Whaley
TSU's Theater program produces four plays every school year that range from the classical to the experimental. There is something for everyone this year, starting off with one of the most beloved theatrical pieces of the 20th Century by an African American playwright, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enough, by Ntozake Shange and directed by TSU alumna Erika Walton.
Contact: Dr. Dianne Jemison-Pollard