G et involved! That’s what Tanisha Cousby encourages new freshmen and returning students to do. She has been involved in several clubs and organizations since her freshman year. "I do it for the improvement of the university," Cousby said. 50She is involved in Gamma Sigma Sigma National Service Sorority- President, Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honor Society- President, Texas Club President, Campus Aid Prevention-(CAP), National Association of Black Criminal Justice- Vice President, SGA- Elections Commissioner, Advisory Board of Favrot Student Union, Pi Gamma Mu, International Honors Society, SOLA- Treasurer/ Secretary. "You cannot talk about what’s being done wrong if you’re not trying to help change anything," Cousby added. Many students may be involved in many clubs and organization but very few actually stay dedicated to all of them. Cousby is also in the running for Soror of the Year for Gamma Sigma Sigma. "I am proud, happy, but nervous because three other young ladies I know are running against me, and they are great sorors," said Cousby. According to Cousby, being involved in many clubs and organizations is a tough thing to do. Cousby admits that she finds herself up until 3 a.m. studying on a regular school night, but has maintained at least a 3.0 average since being here. Cousby says understanding her professors has helped to keep her grades up. Many may be familiar with Cousby because she officiated the elections a few weeks ago. Cousby is a example for students who come to Grambling State University. She has shown what it is to get involved and has hopefully set a trend for every student on campus to follow.