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HBCU capsules Part III

Name: Delaware State University Location: Dover, DE  Year founded: 1891 Previous names: Delaware College for Colored Students (1891–1893) State College for Colored Students (1893–1947) Delaware State College (1947–1993) First president: Wesley P. Webb Current president: Tony Allen Enrollment currently; enrollment when founded: 3,932 Two outstanding alumni: Jamal Jackson, Darnerien McCants […]


Pre-housing process for fall 2022 semester underway

The Office of Campus Living and Housing pre-housing process for Fall 2022 is now underway. The Pre-Housing Application and the Off Campus Approval forms are now available through the My Housing Self Service. The Pre-Housing Application will be available until 5 p.m. CST on Friday. Students who participate in the […]


Graduates acknowledge those who helped along the way

Graduation is a major milestone in life, and anyone who has helped along the way deserves to be acknowledged. Some seniors at Grambling State University talked about the people who were most influential in helping them to graduate and even prepare for life after college. Those who were recognized ranged […]


A look back in time

Grambling State University celebrated its annual Founders Week, Sept. 21-27. The highlight of the week – as it always was – was the Founder’s Day Convocation. The speaker at the virtual convocation, held Tuesday, Sept. 22, was alumnus Lawrence Weekly, who is the vice-chair of the Clark County (Nevada) Commission […]


What woman do you most admire?

March is the month that should never be overlooked in American history as March is Women’s History month. Over the years, women have accomplished and contributed to the world in many ways mostly by empowering other women to affect changes in their respective communities. Specifically, in the U.S., women are […]


Adjusting to a New Way of Life

Schools across the nation are transitioning to online classes to promote social distancing so that students may protect themselves from the coronavirus.  COVID-19 has elementary, middle schools, high schools, and colleges urging students to continue schoolwork while they stay safe at home, hopefully in a voluntary quarantine for at least […]


The Gramblinite travels to journalism conference at USM

Screenshot from The Gramblinite's Instagram story Many student journalists understand their degree shows that they can do the work, but the connections they make with media professionals is key to helping them get jobs. Last weekend The Gramblinite had the opportunity to make those connections with media professionals and other […]

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David Banner to keynote Black History Convocation

David Banner Grambling State University announced Grammy Award winning music producer, recording artist, philanthropist, civic activist and actor David Banner will keynote the University’s Black History Convocation in the Frederick C. Hobdy Assembly Center on February 20, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. “A strong sense of Black History permeates the culture […]


Funeral services for Yvonne McIntosh to be held Saturday

Yvonne McIntosh Funeral services for Dr. Yvonne Elizabeth McIntosh will be held Saturday, Feb. 8 at 11 a.m. at New Rocky Valley Baptist Church, 2155 W. Martin Luther King Ave. in Grambling.  She died at her home in Tallahassee, Fla., Monday, Jan. 27 following a short illness. Dr. McIntosh was […]


Office of Career Services kicks off a very busy year

The Office of Career Services at Grambling State University has two major events to benefit students happening in the next couple of weeks, including a major career fair on Feb. 18. Recognizing that interviews for jobs and internships start with the visual impression a student makes, Career Services has partnered […]