Author: Remi Hill


Showing love toward the ‘G-Squad’!

Is it just me or is Grambling’s campus more alive and energetic? I am the third generation in my family who attended Grambling, and I always remember hearing how lively our campus used to be. This year I am finally seeing what I’ve been hear- ing about how Grambling spirit […]


GSU’s High School Day attracts hundrends

Grambling State University’s annual High School Day, where high school students come to see what GSU has to offer, was this past Saturday. Buses started arriving around 7 a.m. Saturday, with visitors ready to learn what GSU is all about. There were high school students from Monroe, Shreveport and even […]


Suddenlink deletes channels in area

What’s going on with campus cable?” These are questions constantly being asked by students and members of the surrounding areas like Ruston, Monroe and Farmerville about the removal of popular channels. The cable company Suddenlink is no longer receiving popular channels like VH1, BET, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central and MTV. Suddenlink […]


Residential Life, Housing director remembered

  Grambling State University not only lost an alumnus but an employee as well on April 1. James Roy Payne who passed away with lung disease, was the director of Residential Life at GSU.  “We were best friends. We talked about anything and he had a great sense of humor,” […]


Changes in residential life bring up questions

  Students around campus had much to say and displayed concerns about the residential life changes at Grambling State. Effective in fall 2014 there will be no more Freshman Village; it will be known as Tiger Village.   The changes in Tiger Village are: Truth Hall will house freshman females, […]


Engineering dept. celebrates Clayton Wiley week

  An array of activities highlighted the recent observance of Clayton A. Wiley Engineering Week on the campus of Grambling State University. It was celebrated on Feb. 17-21 was the 11th year of the event. Organizers called it one of the most successful, with a competition among local high schools, […]