Author: Dwayne Herbert

Opinion

The Media & Ebola

Have you all heard about the zombie apocalypse that is soon to come to past? Those who have died from Ebola have been alleged to resurrect and come back to life. This is one of the few stories that has circled around disease since the beginning of it existence on […]

Sports

Women’s Basketball announces upcoming schedule

The Grambling State University women’s basketball team released its 2014-15 schedule, a slate that includes 12 home games. The Lady Tigers went 11-20 last season, and this season the Lady Tigers are looking to claim the Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) championship title. Head coach Nadine Domond, enters her first season […]

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International awareness at GSU

Courtesy Photo Grambling State University students from Saudi Arabia host a “Arabian NIght” gathering to increase international awareness.                                                                 […]

Opinion

Is it really that big of a deal

From Y2K to the Illuminati, it seems that crazy conspiracy theories and mass hysteria are a common staple in the world these days, but as of lately it seems to be hitting particularly close to home. Maybe it’s the new trend of vampire and zombie movies that has people so […]

Sports

Sweeping The SWAC

Johnathan Williams throws a pass before he gets attacked by Alabama A&M Bulldog defense. Head coach James Spady, coaching staff, and players of the Alabama A&M football team undoubtedly had the idea that picking a school they assumed they could beat would make their Homecoming memorable- which they did, but […]

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Grambling prepares for annual High School Day

Choosing a college or university can be a stressful time in high school, so Grambling State University wants to make this decision a little easier by inviting all high school students to come to campus on Saturday for its annual High School and Transfer Day.  The day will be filled […]

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GSU fall enrollment takes a big uppercut

Grambling State University is one of the six schools in the nine-school University of Louisiana System that has seen a decline in enrollment. As the smallest populated school and only historically black university in the system, Grambling State suffered the biggest one-year difference, a drop 11 percent.  GSU went from […]

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$3 Million Problem

Tension was in the room during the Faculty Senate meeting with Grambling State University Interim President Cynthia Warrick.  It is known now that Warrick wants to stay as the president of GSU.  Warrick discussed a lot of issues and problems that the university is facing now, and during her speech […]

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Big Business Battle

Surely everyone has seen the “MainStay Hotel – Coming Soon” sign if traveling  in and out of Grambling from Interstate 20, and wondered “how soon is soon?” The answer to that question is up in the air. “The city doesn’t have anything to do with that project,” said Edward Jones, […]

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Grambling enrollment affects registration process

Standing in long lines, waking up early and countless paperwork being processed occurs during the most lengthy process at Grambling, registration. The process of registering is simple if done correctly but if not can be stressful as well as time consuming for many. A total of 4,504 students are currently […]