Author: Office of Communications


First Generation, next chapter

Kayla Sullers has always believed in jumping into life full-force and building new experiences to help create a better future. The mass communications major isn’t sure what exactly lies ahead in her future as she jumps into the next phase of her life after Thursday’s graduation ceremonies, but she said […]


Equal justice topic of March 25 symposium

Treating each other equally is one of the kindest acts anyone can do.  The Angola Museum recently held a symposium titled “In Pursuit of Equal Justice,” in which panelists talked about the inequality of criminal justice enforcement in Louisiana and prison reform.  Candice Malone from Webster Parish, about 30 miles […]


Movie Review: ‘A Madea Homecoming’

Tyler Perry has a variety of movies and TV shows with unique possibilities and outrageous circumstances. His latest release, “A Madea Homecoming,” is not an exception. In his movie Perry’s directors and camera crews capture biblical moments and reference them to modern life. The objective of the movie seems to […]


Ukraine conflict felt across the world, including at GSU

The military conflict between Russia and Ukraine started on Feb. 24, 2022.  Many people have lost their lives in the conflict, and more lost their homes in Ukraine. Sympathy for other people in Ukraine manifested worldwide, including the Grambling State University campus. Jeremy Mozee, a GSU sophomore, has the people […]


New Head Coach Hue Jackson: G-Men on right track

Sophomore GSU quarterback Noah Bodden looks downfield field as he prepares to fire the lone offensive touchdown in the annual Spring Black and Gold Game at Eddie G. Robinson. The pass was a 53-yard scoring strike to senior receiver Lynden Rash. (Photo by T. Scott Boatright) New Grambling State University […]


Tigers gear up for Spring Football Game

The Grambling State football team will wrap up their first practices under new head coach Hue Jackson as the Tigers hold their annual Spring Football Game on Saturday. (The Gramblinite photo by REGGIE JACKSON) For four quarters on Saturday, friends will become foes, teammates will be opponents, and  it will […]


TigerFest 2022 to begin Friday

Grambling State University’s Favrot Student Union Board has announced the events for TigerFest 2022.  The theme for the week of events is “All Roads Lead to Exit 81.”  TigerFest begins Friday and will commence and will run through April 7.  April 1 events include a Zydeco and Crawfish Boil […]


GSU senior releases second book

Grambling State University student Adrian Consonery Jr., a mass communication major from Marietta, Georgia, recently released his second book titled “Legal Thoughts.” In this book, Consonery is transparent and shares his thoughts as a Black man in America.  “I wanted to capture what I was going through in that […]


54th annual Miss Calendar Girl Scholarship Pageant held

Pictured are Madison Johnson (Miss Cover Girl, left) and Kayla Wiley (Miss April). (Photo by De'Vante Martin). The 54th Annual Miss Calendar Girl Scholarship Pageant was held March 19 in the T.H. Harris Auditorium. The theme for the pageant was “Grambling’s Prized Investment.” This year’s Calendar Girl contestants were Ariel Box […]