Author: Raven LeDay


LEDAY: Farewell from the Editor-in-chief

Raven LeDay is a graduate student in public administration from Dallas, Texas. Issues published under LeDay’s advisement. Raven LeDay/The Gramblinite I appreciate everyone that had a hand in the production of The Gramblinite. To Ms. Peters, thank you for reminding me to laugh even when “the going gets tough.” To […]

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State, administration assess flooding

Clogged storms drains can increase ooding occurrences. Raven LeDay/The Gramblinite Carr states that “the subsurface drain system is cleaned monthly at the entry point or as needed. Raven LeDay/The Gramblinite FEMA has secured $1.02 million in emergency funding to remediate immediate ood damage. Raven LeDay/The Gramblinite The water has came […]

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What’s the problem?

Woodson Hall has experienced substantial damage for multiple years. Campus flooding occurred in 1985, 1991, 1994, 2002, 2015 and 2016. Courtesy photo Community members assess damage to Charles P. Adams Hall following the 1991 flash flood. Courtesy photo   Six buildings were damaged by massive floodwaters after Grambling State University’s […]

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Back to back! SGRhos return with eight more poodles

Yolantae Dillon with friends and family following celebration. Courtesy photo New members celebrate during party on Tuesday night. Courtesy photo The gang’s all here. The royal blue and gold ladies of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority have added eight sisters to the family. “It has been one year since Beta Omega […]


“Back to First” for the Department of Sports Administration

Dr. Darlene Kluka speaks to students about the importance of professionalism in sports. Raven LeDay/The Gramblinite Tiffany Tucker emphasizes growth throughout your careeer. Raven LeDay/The Gramblinite Department of Sport Administration held its first Sport Leadership Symposium on Tuesday, March 19 and Wednesday, 20 in the Frederick C. Hobdy Assembly Center. […]


Three-time national champion football coach to speak at GSU

Retired Ohio State coach Urban Meyer to keynote speech. Courtesy photo Grambling State University will host the inaugural event for a new program called “Legacy Keepers: Preserving the Eddie Robinson Playbook,” on March 21 at 7 p.m. in the Frederick C. Hobdy Assembly Center.  The speaker will be Urban Meyer. […]


Biz-Tech winner shines at BEYA

Niana Celestine is a native of Bataca, Dominica. Courtesy photo (L-R) Niana Celestine, Faith Pittman and Arlanda Nunsett during 2019 BEYA. GSU Media Bureau GSU senior Niana Celestine recently won a nationwide honor in Academics at the 2019 Black Engineer of the Year Awards.  Celestine, a native of the Commonwealth […]


Miss Black and Gold wins at BEYA

Faith Pittman crowned 2018-2019 Miss Black and Gold for Delta Sigma chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha. Courtesy photo Miss Black and Gold, Faith Pittman, was recognized by BEYA for her work on-campus as a student leader.  The junior chemistry major serves as a student leader for the Department of Chemistry, […]

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World-Famed member secures top level job

Arlanda Nunsett Nunsett during halftime performance. Courtesy photo During the Black Engineer of the Year Awards Conference, Arlanda Nunsett, a senior majoring in electronics engineering technology, never thought she would be offered a job.   That changed when Northrop Grumman, one of America’s leading global security companies, offered Nunsett a […]

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Mother of Trayvon Martin to speak at Women’s History Convocation

Trayvon Martin’s mother, Sybrina Fulton will deliver the keynote address at the 2019 Grambling State University Women’s History Convocation. GSU’s Women’s History Convocation will be held at the Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center at 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 21.  Fulton has become an social activist for change since her […]