Category: Student Affairs

NABJ Student Chapter Makes a Comeback

NABJ Student Chapter Makes a Comeback

By: Shayla Simmons If one finds himself or herself interested in aspects of print, digital, or broadcast journalism, or wants to hone his or her skills, meet like minded peers and establish fruitful connections, the NABJ (National Association of Black Journalist) Student Chapter is worth looking into. Through the efforts of Jason Luntz, a professor …

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Great Debate Takes Place Between Two Institutions

By Ada Taylor, Editor in Chief Tennessee State University was founded in 1912 and Vanderbilt University was founded in 1873. For the past 105 years, these two institutions have educated students less than three miles from each other, and yet the schools’ forensics teams have never formally debated one another. However, that all changed on …

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Several Graduate from New Management Training Program

By Emmanuel Freeman NASHVILLE, TN (TSU News Service) — Tennessee State University is making sure all its employees holding management positions are proficient in their areas. On Jan. 12, TSU President Glenda Glover presented certificates to 18 managers who completed the first in a series of management training programs aimed to bring participants up to …

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Pullen Named Mr. Ivy

By Christina Young In honor of Black History Month, Tennessee State University honors one of our very own black kings. This year we recognize Dwight Pullen as Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated’s new Mr. Ivy. Pullen’s goals for the upcoming semester include seminars on man-hood, a college student’s every day battles and a poetry slam …

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Ebony Magazine HBCU Campus Queens Competition

There is a legacy behind Historically Black colleges and Universities that each student who attends must live up to. Still, many people will agree that perhaps none carry this weight on their shoulders as much as our campus queens, and they do it with grace. While every position in the Student Government Association is equally …

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Engineering Students Checking For Bridge Safety

By Emmanuel Freeman NASHVILLE, TN (TSU News Service) — Tennessee State University engineering students are helping to ensure that road infrastructures around Nashville are safe. A team of six graduate and undergraduate students, along with their professors from the Departments of Civil and Architectural Engineering, are conducting a study on five bridges around the Nashville …

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Election Watch Party Hosted on Campus

By Khandi Wilson On Election day, November 8th, 2016, the 76th Administration and SGA hosted a watch party in the Faculty Dining room. Students gathered in the intimate setting for four hours watching both television screens in the room calculating the popular and electoral votes. In the first couple of hours, the atmosphere was relaxed, …

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Students Share Their Family’s Holiday Traditions

By Martavious Morton Different holiday traditions have been a part of American families for decades. Here at TSU, the students are all excited for both fall and winter break, especially since a big holiday like Thanksgiving passes. Now with Christmas right around the corner, the excitement doesn’t end. As a way to dish out some …

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TSU Career Fair is a Success

By Shayla Simmons Copy Editor Students of Tennessee State University flocked to Kean Hall where the 2016 Career Fair was held, hosted by the Career Development Center. With more than 135 companies making an appearance, students of all kinds took full advantage of the opportunity. Equipped with resumes in hand and dressed to impress, aspirants …