Student trustee Braxton Simpson speaks at ceremony before groundbreaking. (Photo by Michael McLendon, TSU Media Relations)
TSU President Glenda Glover helped break ground Wednesday for two new co-educational residence halls, the first of three groundbreakings taking place during Homecoming week. (Photo by Michael McLendon, TSU Media Relations)
TSU kicked off Homecoming with the 31st annual Robert N. Murrell Oratorical Contest on Sunday and here are the winners along with Dean Robert Murrells widow Barbara Murrell.
The groundbreaking for a Health Sciences Building on Thursday in the Hankal Hall Courtyard.
Dr. Chandra Reddy Mr. Will Nesby and Mr. J.W. McGuire pictured here with TSU President Glenda Glover were inducted into the Ag and Home Economics Hall of Fame in a ceremony at the Sheraton Music City Hotel.
Miss TSU Kayla Sampson, joined by Mr. TSU Darian McGhee, gives the university history at the Founders’ Day program on Oct 16 during Homecoming. (Photo by Emmanuel Freeman, TSU Media Relations)
Miss TSU Kayla Sampson, Mr. TSU Darian McGhee, and the royal court at their Coronation.
TSU President Glenda Glover congratulates Darian McGhee and Kayla Sampson after being crowned as the new Mr. and Miss Tennessee State University. (Photo by Emmanuel Freeman, TSU Media Relations)
TSU President Glenda Glover presents 2018 Founders’ Day speaker Sharon Hurt with a plaque at the ceremony in Kean Hall on Oct 16 during Homecoming. (Photo by Emmanuel Freeman, TSU Media Relations)
Members of the Tennessee State University Aristocrat of Bands perform at Halftime of the Homecoming Game wearing pink plumes and gloves for breast cancer awareness. (Photo By Sam Jordan – TSU Athletics)
Cris Rowland caught seven passes for 72 yards for the Tigers. (Photo By Sam Jordan – TSU Athletics)
The drum majors of the Tennessee State University Aristocrat of Bands affectionately known as the Fantastic Four perform at Halftime of the Homecoming Game. (Photo By Sam Jordan – TSU Athletics)
The Coldblooded 22 the Fall 1973 Line of the Alpha Theta Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity at Tennessee State University held a 45th Reunion including a Saturday Champagne Brunch at the home of PRIDE Columnist William Robinson. Here are pictured 17 of the 22 and two other special Kappa men to the line. Standing (l-r): David Taylor (shading himself), Reginald Reser, Michael Goldthree, Cass Teague, Henry Moore , Micheal Elion, William Robinson, Anthony Warren Mc Adoo, Reginald Young, Juan Gipson Sr., and DeWayne Armstrong. Seated (l-r): Stanford Wilson, Ron Chatman, Bobby King (started with the 22 but later initiated Denver Alumni), Stanley Reese, Stanley B. Lipford (Alpha Theta ’71; Dean of Pledges ’73), Bernard McCray, Fred Brazzle, and Everett Rucker. (Photo courtesy Reginald Reser)