Monthly Archives: November 2014
Tennessee State University’s Office of Diversity and International Affairs host the first annual Miss Collegiate International Pageant as part of the international education week. It gave TSU a front seat in cultures around the world.
A north Nashville family is furious after an 11-year-old boy was able to ride the Megabus from Nashville to Atlanta without supervision. Telikia Harris said it is idiotic of someone to help a child board a bus alone.
Tennessee State University’s College of Agriculture Human and Natural Sciences host a workshop to promote this month’s theme of healthy living. The department informs students on ways to prevent or reduce the effects of obesity, which is a very important … Continue reading
The Ebola outbreak has become a trending topic on campus. Students worry about getting infected. Tennessee State University’s Public Health Coordinator informs students on how to contract the virus.
Tennessee State University face challenges providing safety for the campus community. Some students worry about the crime and wonder what will happen next.
Tennessee State University will implement the four day class schedule spring semester as a solution to class interruptions due to administrative meetings. Students have mixed feelings about the new policy.
Tennessee State University’s men and women’s cross country team expect to take home first place in the annual Ohio Valley Conference Championship that takes place on November 1st in Oxford, Alabama. The Tigers and Tiger Belles face tough competition against … Continue reading
Tennessee State University’s Mass Communications Department has enforced the new “no food or drink” policy in the Radio Station. Many Students disagree with the new rule.
The US Department of Homeland Security awarded the College of Engineering with a grant. The department competed in a national competition for academic institutions.
Tennessee State University police are cracking down on campus crime by implementing new safety guidelines. Some of the students are uncomfortable with the current dorm rules.