In celebration of the centennial of the American Association of University Professors, the AAUP Foundation is sponsoring competitions for undergraduates and graduate students for essays and artwork. The deadline for submissions must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight (EST) on March 1. The theme of both competitions is “Academic Freedom: […]
The Living Gospel Church invites all Grambling students and staff to a life changing experience with God. The church is located at 715 W. California Ave. in Ruston. College night is held every other Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the church. Living Gospel also holds Bible Study on Thursday at […]
LifeChange will meet for Bible study every Thursday at exactly 6:30 p.m. in the Grambling Hall Auditorium on the GSU campus. If you have any questions about LifeChange feel free to call (318) 600-2047 or send emails to email@example.com.
The Domestic Abuse Resistance Team (DART) will sponsor a “Love Can Be Blind” seminar Feb. 12. The event will be held in the Grambling Favrot Student Union Room 243 at 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. DART is requesting those in attendance to wear the color orange in support of dating […]
Operation Jump Start is a hands-on, 36-hour training program designed to help aspiring and existing entrepreneurs determine the feasibility of their business ideas while building essential business planning and preparation skills. The program will continue through Thursday Feb. 17. The meeting times are set for 6 p.m.–9 p.m. located in […]
The Favrot Student Union Board will host a number of activities during the month of February. The spectator bus to Baton Rouge has been cancelled. Miss Cover Girl will present “Upholding Your Inner Queen” featuring Tamara Marshall, executive assistant to the president of Grambling. The event will be held on […]
Black school students suspended more often The Board of Elementary and Secondary Education has received a report saying that African American students are disciplined at a higher rate than other groups The report said that although Black students make up 44 percent of the student population, they receive 63 percent […]
On Grambling State University’s campus there are lots of potholes, but the University is taking the proper steps to get them fixed. The funding is limited for construction; therefore it is more of a challenge to try and get them filled, said Tremell Turner, director of facilities. He said recently […]
A Grambling State University student has been awarded a National Association for Developmental Education scholarship. Rudolph Ellis, a graduate student majoring in developmental education with a focus on curriculum and instructional design was overwhelmed and humbled when he learned about the $1000 stipend along with the submission of a current […]
BESE decided that pre-school teachers, who currently have few requirements other than that they be at least 18 years old, must receive training in the care and development of young children. Pre-school teachers will be required to earn at least a child development associate credential by 2019.