Author: Remi Hill


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 […]


Knox to host Greek Step Show

Grambling State Univer- sity alumna Kingi Knox re- turns to Grambling to bring The GREATEST Fan of 365BLACK to Grambling State University. Knox is a native of Baton Rouge yet she has interviewed many celebrities for ESPN ra- dio across the country at the Super Bowl, Essence Festival, MTV VMAs, […]


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 […]


KGRM to host annual Radiothon

Grambling State University will continue a long list of Homecoming events with its third annual radiothon on Friday at the 91.5 KGRM radio station on the second floor of Washington-Johnson Complex. The goal is to raise $50,000 for scholarships and recruitment efforts from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. Participants are […]


Lady Tigers lose two games over weekend

This past weekend, the Grambling State University Lady Tigers soccer team lost to both Prairie View A&M University and Texas Southern University. The Lady Tigers hosted both teams at home, playing against Prairie View A&M on Friday and Texas Southern on Sunday.  Grambling came into the weekend 0-1-1 in conference […]


Tigers in Focus: Savannah John

Savannah John is only a sophomore but she’s already made a huge impact on Grambling’s soccer team. She is currently in the SWAC Top Ten in the points category, and she has the most shots taken for her team. The mass communications major is originally from London, England and came […]