Monthly Archives: November 2013
By: Shondrika Kennedy The controversy between light skinned blacks and dark skinned blacks has been an ongoing issue for years. Here is a look on how others are affected by this discrimination. Advertisements
By: Shondrika Kennedy Managing the upkeep of one’s hair can be a challenge in itself, but does managing it based on the opinions of others make a difference? Listen below to see how people feel on the topic of their … Continue reading
By: Shondrika Kennedy When it comes to loving your pets, is there a limit to how far one person should go? Below is more information on how different people feel about loving their own pets.
By: Shondrika Kennedy When participating in Homecoming week certain precautions should be taken in order to remain safe. Listen below to find out more.
By: Brandi Giles “I feel dejected, rejected, and shunned by society.” In recent years, TSU put into action official tobacco-free guidelines. Senior M.C. Potts is a smoker, and admits to lighting up on campus grounds…due to the lack of consequences. … Continue reading
By: Brandi Giles The topic of rape remains on the minds of some students now since the play “Race” opened, which explores the topic in-depth. Head nurse of student services Walretta Chandler believes that many campus related rapes go unreported. … Continue reading
By: Chase McCord Local prominent pediatrician Dr. Eddie Hamilton pleaded guilty to health care fraud. The former President of the Tennessee Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, admitted to over-billing Tenn-care and other insurance companies hundreds of thousands of … Continue reading
By: Chase McCord The TSU Tigers regular football season has come to an end. The Tigers had one of their best seasons under Head coach Rod Reed, finishing 9-3 overall. With nine wins under their belt, the tigers have also … Continue reading
By: Alicia Bailey It’s that time of year when the weather in Nashville starts to change a lot. This weather change causes students to get sick. With finals and work due, students are coming to class coughing and sneezing. Click the link … Continue reading