Campus Briefs

GSU student transportation van announces hours for SummerTransportation for students at Grambling State University is available. Transportation will be provided for Summer Sessions I and II.
Hours of operation for transportation is Monday through Friday from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. Campus pick-up and drop-off locations will be Tiger Village 600 parking lot and the Favrot Student Union.
The bus will make three stops. The first stop will be Wal-Mart, the second stop is Chase shopping center, and the third stop will be Hair City and Plasma Center.

Miss Juneteenth Annual Pageant seeking applicants from 5 to 22

The Grambling Juneteenth Heritage Festival Committee will hold the Miss Juneteenth Annual Pageant on Thursday, June 17 at 7 p.m. The pageant will be held in the auditorium of the School of Nursing building.
The pageant is open to all young ladies in the area between the ages of 5 and 22. There will be three divisions: Little Miss Juneteenth, ages 5 – 10; Miss Junior Juneteenth, ages 11 – 15; and Miss Juneteenth, ages 16 – 22.
For more information, contact Barbara McIntyre at 243-1858 or Ada Joseph at 247-3692.

GSU-Men of Integrity group to host weekly student meetings

The Grambling State University-Men of Integrity extends an invitation to all male students to join the group in a weekly meeting. Meetings are held on first and third Thursdays at 6 p.m.
The group will hold its next Epiphany mission Oct. 15-17. The president of the organization is Erasmus Y. Page. For more information call 318-274-3135.

Haven Learning Center now
accepting enrollment applications

The Haven Learning Center, located in the Lincoln Family Housing Complex on Highway. 80 in Grambling; is now accepting applications for child care. Grambling State University employees may enroll children and receive a 10-15% tuition discount.
The center cares for children 6 weeks to 12 years, seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Certified teachers provide a quality weekly theme for lessons using a creative curriculum. The small class learning environment provide independent personalized care for all children and satisfy all Louisiana Quality Start program requirements for healthy social-emotional growth.
The center offers a nine and 12 hour program as well as part time care and several payment options to meet the needs of parents. Child Care Assistance is accepted and tuition payments can be made online via our website.
For additional information contact Raven’s Haven Learning Center at 318-202-5862 or 318-436-1563 or www.RavensHavenLearningCenter.com/RavensHavenLearningCenter@gmail.com.

HBCU Digest invites student writers to contribute to publication

HBCU Digest is now opening up its publication to student writers in order to aid them in building their portfolio in preparation for a career beyond college. The Digest is committed to the uplifting historically Black colleges and universities and those who do and have attended these institutions of higher learning.
All students or graduates interested in publishing articles in the Digest are encouraged to do so by contacting the Digest through the web site. Students at these institutions are the primary source for publications and are in “the know.” Therefore, both the students and the Digest will benefit through this partnership. Feel free to log on to the website (www.hbcudigest.com) and share your ideas and articles.