Posted on · Cohosts Jay and Brandon drill down on what you need to know about President Trump's fight with Congress.
Posted on · Get your weekly dose of national and local politics from two political science professors on Houston Public Media's new podcast 'Party Politics'.
Posted on · Houston Public Media adds a new "must listen" weekly political podcast to its news lineup. Two weekly episodes Friday afternoons, one with a national focus and the other discussing what's going on at the Texas legislature.
Posted on · Talks are underway for the University of Houston and Texas Southern to play in a non-conference football game in 2018.
Posted on · Texas Southern University’s men’s and women’s basketball teams get to represent Houston in the NCAA tournament.
Posted on · Leaders from two Houston-area universities -- Texas Southern and Prairie View A&M -- are among dozens of other Black college presidents heading to Washington this week for a two-day summit. The meeting will highlight discussion on an executive order renewal for historically Black colleges and universities, or HBCUs.
Posted on · If traffic in Houston isn’t bad enough, just take a look at what going on all over the area. Researchers say the city needs to consider itself part of a bigger picture as technology changes the way we get around.
Posted on · News 88.7’s Eddie Robinson advanced part of his conversation with Rudley earlier this week, and spoke at length with him to further discuss some of the tweets where he broke down the university's problems.
Posted on · Former Texas Southern University President John Rudley lets loose on the future of HBCUs and says being a Black college leader is "one of the most stressful jobs in America."
Posted on · The civil rights icon participated in a forum held at Texas Southern University, along with Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee.
Posted on · Dr. Austin Lane is the former vice chancellor at Lone Star College.
Posted on · Around the country, many historically black colleges and universities are struggling with financial problems, unequal government funding and lower enrollment. But some are turning to a new pool of potential students.
Posted on · He will replace Dr. John M. Rudley who has served as the university’s president since 2008.
Posted on · It will be located on the northbound feeder road of I-45. The owners expect most of the residents will be students from the University of Houston and Texas Southern University.
Posted on · But TSU President John Rudley said that the safety situation is going to get more complicated next year, when Texas' new "campus carry" law takes effect.