Monthly Archives: November 2013

Light Skinned vs. Dark Skinned

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

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Hair Pride

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

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Dog Lovers: How Much is too Much?

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.  

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Homecoming Safety

By: Shondrika Kennedy When participating in Homecoming week certain precautions should be taken in order to remain safe. Listen below to find out more.  

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Smoking on Campus

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

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Rape: When does “no” mean no?

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

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Prominent Nashville pediatrician guilty of fraud

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

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TSU Tigers advance to FCS Playoffs

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

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End of the Semester and A Lot of Students are Getting Sick

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

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Adoption Isn’t Always A Bad Choice

By: Alicia Bailey November was Adoption Awareness Month. Most times when people hear adoption they think of the bad stories that are often talked about in the media and movies. People rarely tell the story about how great and a … Continue reading

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