Author: E'vonne Gipson


Kappa Kappa Psi host annual food drive

Members of Kappa Kappa Psi posing during their annual food drive on the yard The National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness week starts Saturday, Nov. 15 and the Epsilon Rho chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi has collected over 100 nonperishable food items during their food drive on Tuesday to help decrease […]


An open letter to HBCU graduates

Although most of us have never met, we share a special bond as graduates of one of America’s historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs). With few exceptions, these are the places that sprouted from sweat-soaked seeds planted by the sons and daughters of former slaves, sharecroppers and subsistence farmers whose […]


Preparation leads to success

You may hear the whistles. You may feel the crack of helmets clashing with one another. You may see the lights late at night, but what you don’t hear, what you don’t feel, and what you don’t see is the determination put forth by not only the players, but the […]


How well do you truly know a person

Do you truly know the people who surround you? How well do you know that girl or guy you chat with in class? You’re probably most familiar with the friends you hang out with every day. Or do you just know what they want you to know? Everyone has their […]


When you are perfectly flawed

In being tasked to write about loving oneself I found myself, instead, filled with many questions and few answers. Why is it that this article has to exist in the first place? Is it necessary for someone to love someone else before they can understand how much they should be […]


Accounting students excel at conference

Members of the GSU NABA groups attends the 35th national students conference in Dallas A group of 18 students and two faculty members of Grambling State University attended the 35th National Association of Black Accountants, Inc (NABA) Southwest-Western Region Student Conference in Dallas. The conference was held from Oct. 16 […]


Alum to speak at Veterans Day event

Lt. Col. Gordan Ford The American Legion Post 593, GSU Army ROTC, and the Greater Grambling Chamber of Commerce will hold a 2014 Veterans Day Program Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. The event will be held at the Favrot Student Union in the Black and Gold Room. The theme […]


Iota Phi Theta and Natural Sistahs challenge GSU

Starting off their “Know Yourself November” month, members of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc. and the Natural Sistahs of Grambling State University held an interactive panel discussion all about finding one’s self-worth on Oct. 30. Held in Room 243 of the Favrot Student Union, the purpose for the event was […]


Philanthropist donates $100,000 to university

Bernadene High Coleman Bernadene High Coleman, a native of Plain Dealing,  knows the value of receiving a higher education, and because she does, donated $100,000 to support Grambling State University in helping others achieve that milestone. “All of us should be willing to share and not be selfish about […]


Leading The Way

Newly inducted GSU student gets pinned at the Earl Lester Cole Honors College induction on Oct. 30 The room was packed with excellence at the 25th annual Earl Lester Cole Honors College Induction ceremony Oct. 30 in the Black and Gold Room. Forty-nine students from different majors and regions of […]