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TSU Goes After Legislative Support

TSU Goes After Legislative Support

By Lavenia Chappel From the ground breaking cancer research to the new developments within the engineering department, members of the Tennessee State University family on Feb. 1 presented information about its innovative programs at the 4th annual “TSU Day at the Capitol.”  The event was held […]

The Grassroots Are Moving

The Grassroots Are Moving

By Khandi Wilson Marc Sternberg, a native born in Baton Rouge said in an interview with NPR, “Before Dr. King had a dream, before Rosa kept her seat, and before Montgomery took a stand, Baton Rouge played its part”. In 1950, Baton Rouge had African-American […]

More Than 300 Students, Volunteers Participate in MLK, Jr. Day of Service

More Than 300 Students, Volunteers Participate in MLK, Jr. Day of Service

By Emmanuel Freeman NASHVILLE, TN (TSU News Service) — Tennessee State University is continuing the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with an MLK Day of Service. On Saturday, Jan. 21, more than 300 TSU students and volunteers participated in various projects around Nashville […]

TSU Helps Celebrate the Life, Legacy of MLK

TSU Helps Celebrate the Life, Legacy of MLK

By Lucas Johnson NASHVILLE, TN (TSU News Service) — Tennessee State University partnered with the Interdenominational Ministers’ Fellowship and the Nashville community to help celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Hundreds of people assembled in front of Jefferson Street Missionary […]

Ford Appointed VP  of Student Affairs

Ford Appointed VP of Student Affairs

By Shayla Simmons A new Vice President has been appointed to serve the office of Student Affairs here at Tennessee State University. Beating out 72 applicants, Dr. Tracey Ford said she is “very, very student-centered” and will work hard for their success. Ford was hired […]

50 for 50

50 for 50

By Victoria Gourdin There is a distinct difference between a grade that is passing and grades that leave a student in good academic standing. Furthermore, anyone who is either active throughout the camps, invested in their grades, or both can easily understand how difficult getting […]

Pullen Named Mr. Ivy

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, […]

The Women’s  Center Hosts Events for ‘Love Month’

The Women’s Center Hosts Events for ‘Love Month’

By: Shayla Simmons The Women’s Center is hosting a series of events to celebrate the month of February, now alternatively known as “Love Month.” The purpose of the month is to promote self-love amongst the student body, specifically the young women that make up Tennessee […]

Should College Students be Allowed to Carry Guns?

Should College Students be Allowed to Carry Guns?

Did you know Tennessee law allows full-time employees of public universities to carry a concealed weapon on campus? Not very many people do and that is unfortunate. That means that when you walk into your biology or political science class here at TSU, your professor […]

TSU Pro Football Hall of Famers  Recognized at Super Bowl LI

TSU Pro Football Hall of Famers Recognized at Super Bowl LI

By Lucas Johnson NASHVILLE, TN (TSU News Service)  — Tennessee State University’s Super Bowl legacy was once again in the spotlight when its Pro Football Hall of Famers were recognized at Super Bowl LI. The National Football League hosted Hall of Famers from Historically Black […]