Author: Jalon Grant


Equal justice topic of March 25 symposium

Treating each other equally is one of the kindest acts anyone can do.  The Angola Museum recently held a symposium titled “In Pursuit of Equal Justice,” in which panelists talked about the inequality of criminal justice enforcement in Louisiana and prison reform.  Candice Malone from Webster Parish, about 30 miles […]


Do people care about the Winter Olympics?

The Olympics is one of the most-watched sporting events that millions look forward to every two years, alternating between Summer Olympics and Winter Olympics. This year's Winter Games took place on Feb. 4–20 in Beijing, China. When people think about the Olympics, the Summer Games are usually what first comes […]


Black History Month: Hero pilot Jesse Leroy Brown

The time is here in which we celebrate Black History Month. Since February 1976, every U.S president has set aside 28 days to honor African Americans who have made a difference. Names such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, Malcolm X, and Frederick Douglass are the more known people […]


GSU’s Wade is the voice for the student body

Many students adapting to college can be challenging, but having the necessary resources can set them up for success. At GSU, the mission of Student Affairs is to respond to students' needs by offering a safe and healthy environment that encourages and supports student involvement on campus and the development […]


GSU begins partnership with Peloton and Beyonce

Grambling State University has been selected for a partnership with Peloton and Grammy Award winner entertainer and entrepreneur Beyoncé.  Peloton is a fitness platform with over 3.6 million members that connects technology fitness and instructor-led classes for members no matter the location.  The two collaborated, presenting Peloton Digital memberships to […]


GSU’s Jasmine Allen has been an artist her entire life

Jasmine Allen A picture is worth a thousand words, as the old saying goes.  This statement could not be any more accurate for freshman Jasmine Allen. Art is something the Baton Rouge native has been doing her whole life.  "I got into art at an early age, and it's something […]


Office of Distance Learning leading the way through Covid-19

Online education plays a massive part in a teacher's and student's college success.  At GSU, the Office of Distance Learning is the gateway to technology to implement an online learning experience for teachers and students. They provide a four-point system that provides quality instruction; students and teachers can navigate courses […]


Tennis season comes to an end

The Lady Tigers tennis team ended its season on Tuesday night with a 7-0 loss to Louisiana Tech at the Louisiana Tech Tennis Complex.  Louisiana Tech (11-11) swept doubles play to claim the 1-0 lead. In singles action, the Lady Techsters won all six matches to earn the 7-0 win. […]


TSU sweeps Grambling softball team in weekend series

Junior infielder Tia Coleman steps up to the plate. GSU ATHLETICS/Courtesy photo The Grambling State University softball team concluded its three-game Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) series against Texas Southern April 5 and 6 in Houston, Texas at Memorial Park.  Game 1 – Friday, April 5  After a scoreless first inning, […]