Author: Jaron Clark

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Omega Psi Phi hosts Black History Month Program

Gamma Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. hosted a Black History Month program. GSU professor Dr. Kevin Washington served as the guest speaker for the Omegas’ Black History Month Program. Jaron Clark/Courtesy photo The brothers of the Gamma Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. on the […]


Titan of boxing passes away

Homegoing for “The G.O.A.T.” THE GRAMBLINITE An American sports icon has faded away-born Cassius Marcellus Clay, but globally known as the most celebrated boxing legend, Muhammad Ali. He was praised for his engaging spirit of being a winner at every moment of his life.  Now that he is gone from us […]


The Sound Of Silence

It hurts my ears to hear that in the past five months five powerhouses of pop/soul artists who laid the foundation for the past 50 years of American music have died, and what they built seems to be eroding. Even thought their influence peeks out here and there from seasoned […]


The Future Is Now!

The Queen is here! The Arch-Android known as Cindi Mayweather has brought her vision into fruition by sonically harnessing a mass following from her world of Metropolis into our world as The Electric Lady, now as she rightfully takes her throne as the beloved leader of the Wondaland Arts Society, […]


Another Look

Friends and brothers of the Gamma Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity ushered in the 2010 Grambling State University homecoming experience with a commemorative banquet celebrating their 60th anniversary as the first national Black fraternity on campus. Established at what was then, Grambling College on May 19, 1950, 13 […]