Author: Evan Hale


Students talents shine during show

On Tuesday as a part of Grambling State University’s TigerFest, Senior Class President Corey Howard and co-host Brittina Bethune hosted a talent show. Several of GSU’s most talented students got the chance to display themselves for the student body. The acts ranged from spoken word, to singing and dancing and […]


SGA elections scheduled for April

The time for spring elections has rolled around at Grambling State University and campaigning is soon to be in full effect. In order to run, a prospective student must meet all requirements for the chosen position. They must also attend all SGA events during elections week. The Board of […]


Women’s basketball team on two-game winning streak

The Lady Tigers (7-13 overall, 4-5 in SWAC) are on a two-game winning streak at home with wins against the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff (4-15 overall, 2-6 SWAC), 75 – 56, and against Mississippi Valley State (3-17 overall, 1-8 SWAC), 62 – 31. Saturday, Jan. 31, against  UAPB, the […]


Say No To the N-Word

During the month of February, Black History Month, members of the Epsilon Delta Chapter of Iota Phi Theta Inc. are taking a pledge, ‘Say No to the N-Word.’ “I think the pledge is a provocative way of showing we, as Black people, don’t have to use a term that was […]


Greyhound returns to Grambling

The Greyhound bus lines are officially back rolling through Grambling as of Jan. 14. “Students need to know that although the station on the corner is closed, there are designated times for arrival and departure on campus,” said David Ponton, the associ­ate vice president of Student Affairs. Thursdays, Fridays and […]


Chivalry or Thirst?

In today’s age of tech­nology and social media like Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat, one might ask, “Is it possible to be chiv­alrous?” Better yet, some might even ask, “What is chivalry?” You don’t have to always meet in person to hookup, because of the ablity to ‘direct message’. Although times […]


Tigers winless in SWAC play

The Grambling State Uni­versity men’s basketball team (2-15, 0-7) dropped their tenth game in a row to Jack­son State University Tigers (5- 15, 3-4), Saturday, Jan. 24, by the score of 63 – 74. The last game the GSU Ti­gers were able to come away with a win came almost […]


Career services relocates to university library

The Office of Career Services no longer resides at the entrance of Jacob T. Stewart but now is located in the A.C. Memorial Library Room 167. The change came from Interim President Dr. Cynthia Warrick, her administration and by officials from the Office of Institutional Advancement, which is over Career […]


McCall Dining Hall, Tiger Express make much neededed renovations

Aramark Dining Services has been doing some serious work in the New Year, adding a Krispy Krunchy Chicken to the Tiger Express as well as various renovations to the McCall Dining Hall. “It was time for a change, a new look and some different options,” said Carday Marshall, the assistant […]


GSU wins $50K prize

For the second straight year, Grambling State University has won the Allstate $50K Challenge for Historically Black Colleges and Universities with 35 percent of the votes. “I am so elated that our illustrious institution of higher learning could pull it off for the second year in a row,” said Erik […]