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GSU professor, eight students, headed to Ghana to promote develop partnerships with West African universities

Grambling State University Associate Professor and Graduate Coordinator of Sports Administration Dr. Aaron Livingson along with eight GSU students departed Saturday morning en route to Ghana, where the group hopes to develop partnerships between GSU and three universities located in the West African country. Livingston said the trip will be […]

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Russia Invades Ukraine: What’s next for us?

A large boom at 6 a.m. shook Ukraine residents early Thursday, Feb. 24, after Russia launched a full-scale invasion. Airstrikes were released on cities and military bases, and troops and tanks were deployed from three sides in the attack. The Ukrainian government sought help as civilians fled in trains and […]

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HBCU capsules Part III

Name: Delaware State University Location: Dover, DE  Year founded: 1891 Previous names: Delaware College for Colored Students (1891–1893) State College for Colored Students (1893–1947) Delaware State College (1947–1993) First president: Wesley P. Webb Current president: Tony Allen Enrollment currently; enrollment when founded: 3,932 Two outstanding alumni: Jamal Jackson, Darnerien McCants […]

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Black History Month: Hero pilot Jesse Leroy Brown

The time is here in which we celebrate Black History Month. Since February 1976, every U.S president has set aside 28 days to honor African Americans who have made a difference. Names such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, Malcolm X, and Frederick Douglass are the more known people […]

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GSU duo works as Legacy Bowl interns

The 2022 HBCU Legacy Bowl is a post-season college football all-star game scheduled that was played on Saturday with Grambling State students Keion Russell and Jerrit Payton representing the university as interns. The inaugural HBCU Legacy Bowl interns were assembled by the advisory committee. The internship committee selected HBCU juniors […]

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Mardi Gras Ball: What a Night!

On the night of Feb. 18, F-sub and the Land Gap Committee hosted the Mardi Gras Ball. Mardi Gras is a French word meaning “Fat Tuesday.” It is a 47-day American celebration honoring the separation of Louisiana not being ruled by Napoleon. The celebration consists of Christian feasts and Fat […]

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Pre-housing process for fall 2022 semester underway

The Office of Campus Living and Housing pre-housing process for Fall 2022 is now underway. The Pre-Housing Application and the Off Campus Approval forms are now available through the My Housing Self Service. The Pre-Housing Application will be available until 5 p.m. CST on Friday. Students who participate in the […]