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TSU Alumni Toss the dirt during Homecoming

TSU Alumni Toss the dirt during Homecoming

By Jailen Leavell Tennessee State University has unveiled a major construction projects that will change the institution’s footprint forever. Thursday, October 18th was the groundbreaking for the Alumni Welcome Center. The center will be the first privately funded building gifted to the University, as well […]

TSU Students voice their opinion on residence life

TSU Students voice their opinion on residence life

By Jailen Leavell Tennessee State University broke grown on two new Residence Halls Wednesday, Oct. 17. The new constructions cost an estimated $75.3 million. President Glenda Glover shared the news that this will be the first new residence hall in 23 years. In President Glovers […]

TSU Alumna Hosts ‘Chips n’ Chatter’ Book Club

TSU Alumna Hosts ‘Chips n’ Chatter’ Book Club

By Alexis Clark Kimberly Vaughn, also known as, “Brownie,” is a motivational speaker dedicated to helping women to reach their aspirations. Vaughn is an author, podcast host, motivational speaker, voiceover artist, CEO of the ‘You Are Singled Out’ movement, and a TSU graduate. ‘You Are […]

Veterans To Be Honored At TSU Graduation

Veterans To Be Honored At TSU Graduation

When graduating from Tennessee State University last year, Ms. June recognized one disservice to her fellow veterans: No one recognized their service and sacrifices during one of their biggest milestones. As an Operation Desert Shield Air Force Veteran who was graduating Magna Cum Laude, she […]

TSU Celebrates Dr. King’s Legacy

TSU Celebrates Dr. King’s Legacy

  Shayla SimmonsA Senior Mass Communications student with a concentration in Marketing, Editor-in-Chief Shayla Simmons is a native Marylander. Self-identifies her editorial writing to be her strongsuit with topics ranging from politics to social issues to pop culture commentary.

Latest Yearbook Will Not Mimic the Past

Latest Yearbook Will Not Mimic the Past

By Leona Dunn The yearbook will be unveiled with a fresh face in the fall, as student volunteers strive to make it better than last years. The office of Student Activities was given the duty of making the yearbook after one graduating senior, Rochelle Brown, […]

The Aristocrat of Bands Takes on Atlanta

The Aristocrat of Bands Takes on Atlanta

The Aristocrat of Bands headed to Atlanta, Georgia on Thursday, Jan. 25, for the 16th annual Honda Battle of the Bands Invitational Showcase with this year’s theme being, “March On. Dream Together”. The AOB has been to Honda three times in the past four years. […]

Changes Made to Greek Membership Intake at TSU

Changes Made to Greek Membership Intake at TSU

Hazing has become a real threat at colleges and universities across the nation. Headlines broadcasting the result of such a dangerous trend have unfortunately become commonplace. While not only hazardous and potentially fatal, hazing is also a liability for the schools themselves. Hazing is described […]

Tennessee State University Brings the Business to Campus

Tennessee State University Brings the Business to Campus

On Tennessee State University’s campus, the Career Development Center is well known for their events that aid in networking and helping students and alumni alike to branch out and find career opportunities they never knew were available. This specific event coming up, the Internship Fair, […]

Students Face Dilemma with Meal Plans

Students Face Dilemma with Meal Plans

The line everyone is waiting in this year is the one to activate meal plans. Students at Tennessee State University were experiencing wait times on average of 36 minutes to get their meal plans activated. Instead of pulling up the financial information at the cafeteria […]