Author: Lindsey Johnson


Grambling vying to land Home Depot grant money

Grambling is currently in eighth place in Home Depot’s “Retool Your School” project.  Home Depot’s “Retool Your School'' Project is supplying 30 HBCUs with the opportunity to win a grant to put towards campus beautification.  If successful, Grambling will be awarded $50,000 to put to good use in the areas […]


Student by day, business owner by night: A look at Allen Sandifer

Allen Sandifer manages to run a business all while pursuing his education at Grambling State University.   Sandifer is a New Orleans native who is currently completing his Senior year at Grambling State University, where he is pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications.  He is also the CEO and founder […]


Students prepare For Hurricane Sally

In the next few days, Hurricane Sally is expected to make landfall even though Louisiana has not fully recovered from Hurricane Laura. Hurricane Laura struck the southeast regions of Louisiana approximately three weeks ago. Rain and wind damage caused Grambling’s campus to close for a week. Hurricanes are categorized based […]

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Take a ticket or park by the pamphlet

View from RWE Jones Drive on the campus of Grambling State University Did you receive a ticket? It is a question that circulates on campus at the beginning of each semester.  A parking permit for GSU students costs $14 for on-campus and commuter students. That cost is much less than […]


Campus photographer records GSU history on a daily basis

Example of Hamlin's photography. Carlton Hamlin/courtesy photo Example of Hamlin's photography. Carlton Hamlin/courtesy photo Hamlin You may know him as a fellow GSU alum, neighbor and friend, but Carlton Hamlin is most well known for his amazing eye for detail in the art of photography. Carlton Hamlin is also the […]

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Miss NAACP workshop touts importance of internships

Miss NAACP Ashley Dabney hosts Intern 101 workshop in hopes of helping fellow GSU students land internships. Courtesy photo On Monday, Nov. 11, Ashley Dabney, Miss NAACP 2019-2020, hosted an “Intern 101” workshop, in the Grambling Hall Auditorium.  “NAACP is used for the advancement for colored people and for our […]


GSU students inspires with life story, clothing brand

Javante Bailey developed his clothing brand ‘Damaged Love’ with a story in mind. Courtesy photo “I come from a damaged city, from hurricanes, poverty-stricken neighborhoods, rampant crime, to seeing my family struggle,” Javante Bailey a New Orleans native, said.  Bailey is currently completing his third year at Grambling State University […]