‘Justice or Else’

WashingtoN—Hundreds and thousands of people from different parts of the country gathered together at the National Mall Saturday for the Justice or Else Rally to celebrate the anniversary of the Million Man March. On Oct. 16, 1995, Louis Farrakhan held the first march to call for unity among minorities to […]


California catastrophe

The Grambling State University Tigers played up against PAC 12 Conference competitor University of California Berkeley Golden Bears in a nearly packed California Memorial Stadium. The G-Men came up short, losing 73-14. GLENN LEWIS/The Yearbook No. 36 Derwin Butler and No. 56 Troy Roach tackles Cal-Berkeley’s No. 15. “We’ve got […]


Summer football camps successful

Around 300 high school football players from Louisiana and surrounding states participated in summer camps. In June, the Grambling State Tigers held three one-day football camps throughout the state of Louisiana. “We had a magnificent turnout,” said Director of Football Operations Ricky Jackson. “After a great showing like this, we […]


Legends HoF inducts latest class

GLENN LEWIS/The Yearbook The newest members of the Grambling Legends Sports Hall of Fame are: (front) Bunny Hudson; (standing, from left) Ben Williams, Goldie Sellers, Evette Willis (representing her father J. D. Garrett), Howard Davis, Alice Jackson, Clarence Harris, Walter Dean, Nelson Jones (representing father Albany Jones), Charlie Anderson Jr. […]


Grambling basketball legend Bob Hopkins remembered

Bob Hopkins, a basketball legend at Grambling State University who was inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall f Fame in 1978, died May 19 at the age of 80.  He suffered from heart and kidney disease. A Jonesboro native, Hopkins is survived by his wife of 57 years, Beverly, and […]


Athletic Department to offer activities for children

This summer a host of sport programs plan to have several camps for the locals. The camps will range from youth players to high schooler.   Football One-day football camps will be held in three different locations this year: Neville High School in Monroe  on June 26; BREC Memorial Stadium […]


Former baseball players get opportunity in MLB

In the past six years, five Grambling baseball players have been drafted to play at the professional level. Wednesday, Edwin “Woody” Drexler was drafted in the 38th round by the Los Angelos Dodgers.  The Jeanerette native recently from Grambling in May with a bachelor’s degree in sports management. “It means […]


Last Game In The Hole

Anthony McGhee will never forget the day Grambling State University’s football team grabbed national headlines. He doesn’t consider last fall’s boycott a bad thing either; instead he sees it as something positive that brought the team together. “Regardless of what you have been through, you can always get something greater […]


FSUB, please keep it professional

The Favrot Student Union Board needs a wake-up call and a 101 tutorial immediately on how to efficiently run an event professionally dealing with high-profile talents. A tutorial on how to be ethical would also be great. To the Mass Communication Department, FSUB has a reputation of being “difficult” in […]