Texas Southern University's Social Media Correspondents traveled to Cleveland, Texas to cover the case of an 11-year-old rape victim. Sara Phipps Carr reports.
President Obama's director of the HBCU Initiatives tell 2011 graduates their dreams can come true. Dr. John Wilson gave students his formula for success.
Texas Southern University multimedia student journalist Natia Childress gets the scoop from alumnus Travis Sattiewhite on what it's like being a journalist and working at CNN.
Texas Southern University officials work around the clock to ensure that students are safe and warm as temperatures drop below freezing and power companies start rolling blackouts. Student journalist Natia Childress reports.
Noted playwright Thomas Meloncon shared the spotlight with Texas Southern University art professors recently. Multmedia journalism student Ameena Rasheed has more. (I teach my journalism students to use their mobiles for everything. Ameena used her mobile for news gathering and producing of this story.)
Juneteenth is a holiday that is celebrated in Texas. It commemorates the day when slaves in Texas were freed on June 19, 1865, two years after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation. Serbino Sandifer-Walker explains more in this report . (This report was recorded on the iPhone voice memo and edited in Adobe Sounbooth.)
Our Image Film and Arts Fall Festival will be an amazing exploration of African-American culture and empowerment through film and performance. It happens November 5 and 6. Check it out http://bit.ly/b4NcsP. Marc Newsome is one of the founders of the festival. He tells us more.
Charles Patrick is a civil rights pioneer. His courageous pursuit for equality made a difference in Birmingham, Alabama in 1954. Journalism major Tasha Dennings reports. (This story was produced with an iPhone)
You can learn more about this civil rights icon by going to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3jKY-1JAvT0.