Author: Jackie Johnson


Lift every voice, GSU

The choir group Strong Tower is mighty and stronger than ever. They are one of the top choir organizations here on the campus of Grambling State University. Strong Tow- er is a religious choir group that doesn’t mind spreading the word of God through their inspirational singing and is a […]


Athletics holds coaching clinic

Grambling hosted the first coaching clinic in Tiger Athletics history with new arrival, Nadine Domond at the reigns. The clinic was held on Saturday. Domond, head coach of women’s basketball, held an open practice for visiting coaches, which, once registered, allowed them to get an insider’s view of team drills, […]


G-Men face UAPB for Homecoming

In 2011, the Grambling State University Tigers foot- ball team was 8-4 overall with a 6-3 Southwestern Athletic Conference record. It was the last time the G-Men had a winning record — until now, of course. The G-Men head into their fifth conference game against University of Arkansas–Pine Bluff with […]


Welcome to the Hole

Running back Juwan Martin clutches the ball and takes off to gain yardage. With on and off sprinkles of rain, Tiger fans watched the G-Men roll to 4-0 in the Southwestern Athletic Conference in their home opener against the Alcorn State University Braves, who were also undefeated in SWAC. A […]


What are your homecoming expectations?

It’s that time of the year again that most of us have all been waiting for: Homecoming Week. It is a time for stu- dents, faculty, staff and alumni to showcase their spirit toward their alma mater. Homecoming gives Gramblinites, both attending and graduated, a chance to participate in activities […]


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 […]


What if I asked about your pride?

Pride by definition is the “satisfaction in something done, owned, etc.” So it is natural that one could easily ask any Gramblinite, what is Grambling Pride? What is it that brings you joy when you think about your alma mater? Is it the grades, the sports, the colors, or even […]


Lab Schools crown kitten queens

Miss Grambling High, Kaniya Dudley, a senior from Minden along with many other students were honored at Grambling High School’s Coronation in the T.H. Harris Auditorium Wednesday, Oct. 8. The jazzy sounds of “Down in New Orleans” played throughout the room as the backdrop appeared with a setting that would […]


Grambling partakes in online college fair for recuiting

Grambling State Universi- ty will be reaching out to high school students interested in attending Grambling State University using the fall on- line “CollegeWeekLive” fair for prospective students. The college fair planned for Thursday, Oct. 23 will fea- ture more than 500 colleges from across the U.S. Teens and their […]


80% or bust: Nursing program remains in limbo

The Grambling State University School of Nursing met with the Louisiana State Board of Nursing on Tuesday to discuss the future of the pro- gram. The board decided to keep the current status of the pro- gram, which is currently not accepting any new students into the professional nurs- ing […]