SAI senerades Grambling State


 Last Friday wasn’t a normal day. Not only was it a special day for lovers, but for anyone who heard the melodic ladies of Sigma Alpha Iota Music Fraternity.  

 The Eta Zeta Chapter went around campus performing “Sing-O-Grams.” 

 The ladies serenaded administrators, faculty, staff and students throughout the Grambling State University. 

 ”I love hearing ya’ll sing,” said Rosalyn “Nanny” Lewis, store manager of Barnes & Noble.

ewis even invited the ladies back to sing for her sister and other staff in the bookstore. 

 The McCall Dining Hall was where they received the largest crowd. Both students and workers were pleased and delighted to hear the sounds of love all through the Caf. Students were given a list of songs to choose from including Al Green’s “Lets Stay Together”, which was for the older crowd. 

 ”You all sounded so good,” said English major Hasani Banks. “I never heard a group of women with that much power.”

 he list of songs also included “Weak” by SWV, “Candy Rain” by Soul for real, “So Beautiful” by Musiq Soulchild, “One and a Million” by Aaliyah and My first Love by Avant.

 his wasn’t the first time the roses performed Valentine’s Day songs. In 2011 and 2012 the ladies shared their gifts with the campus and now it has become an annual performance. 

 ”We enjoy singing for our fellow peers,” said Kristal Ben, a SAI member.

 en sang the solo for One and a Million, which was a large request among students. 

 ”This is my first time doing Sing-O-Grams, said Ben. I enjoyed every bit of it.”  

 The singing helped put a few students in a good mood after being snowed in for two days. 

 ”This helped brighten up my day after this past week of snow,” said senior Terry Bowman. 

 The musical group has done many other engagements on campus to help bring the spirits up and they have more planned. 

 ”This is just the beginning,” said Lauretta Avery president of SAI. “We have so much prepared for the campus and community. We hope to gain the same support we did on Valentine’s Day throughout the semester.”