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State financial crisis impacts students

With all the politics and hearsay floating around many individuals have lost sight of who is truly being affected by the higher education budget cuts.  Since 2014, Grambling State University has seen how detrimental budget cuts can be.  The School of Nursing had struggled to say afloat for some time […]


‘I Was Someone Before My Letters’

On innumerable college campuses there are Greek-letter fraternities and sororities. There is an assortment of non-Greek organizations and the most recognized which are the National Pan-Hellenic Council Greeks.  Present on the campus of Grambling State University are Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Sigma Gamma Rho, Zeta Phi Beta, Kappa […]


Student government holds general meeting

Like most governments, addressing the citizens of your society concerning your course of action to deliver on upcoming projects and updates on plans that went from just paper to actions is essential.    Ensuring the individuals in this commonality that as a government your intentions are always to have their […]

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Grambling marches for MLK

In celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a candlelight march was held on campus Monday night and a crowd assembled in the Black and Gold Room to honor the memory of the humanitarian and civil rights leader. It was a fellowship like no other, singing Negro spirituals while […]