Author: Franklin Nelson


Web-based GGTV startup seeks to enlighten, inform students

GGTV provides a variety of content on various online platforms.  Courtesy photo At Grambling State University, every semester students find themselves joining a club or organization.  Some join to either further their connections or solidify their status but every once in a while a student becomes inspired to create a […]


Art show spotlights African American social justice issues

Harris’s artwork. Courtesy photo At Grambling State University the arts have a way of speaking to us in some shape, form or fashion. We immerse ourselves into the essence of Black excellence and every day we pay homage to those who have paved the way and strive to bring awareness […]


Just say no to the N-word

Franklin Nelson To be honest, at some point in our lives we’ve heard or said it! Right? By “It”, I mean the N-word.    Whether it’s been heard in the derogatory/racial sense  or said in a form of slang, we should all know its loaded history. “N—–” is a divisive […]

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Gallot unveils digital library

Architectural drawing shows the site for digiral library on R.W.E. Jones Drive. Courtesy photo A new library will soon break ground on campus.   Grambling State University President Rick Gallot, SGA President Adarian Williams and Grambling administrators held a press conference on Thursday Jan. 31 where they announced the new […]

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Students find new accomodations on ‘‘Walk Day’’

Have you ever had an unpleasant living experience? Have you ever thought if you lived near classes or buildings it would make getting to class a lot easier?   For Grambling State University students who answered “yes” to the questions above, the Department of Residential Life came up with an […]


Choir presents ‘Black Nativity’

Grambling State University choir performs in Black Nativity. With the holiday season around the corner, final exams underway, and the fall semester slowly but surely coming to a close, the Grambling State University concert choir presented a play. The play, “Black Nativity A Gospel Celebration” by Langston Hughes,  is a […]