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CAPUS BRIEFS

  Favrot Student Union Board to sponsor Classic spectator bus The Favrot Student Union Board is sponsoring a spectator bus to the Bayou Classic for Grambling State University students. Deadline is Monday, Nov. 18 on a first come, first serve bases. The $200 package includes transportation, game and battle of […]

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Grambling to get a new kind of tiger

Grambling State University officials, administrators, faculty, staff and students crowded the quad Monday morning for the ground-breaking ceremony of the soon-to-be tiger statue, which many believe will be one of Grambling’s landmark.  “Visitors and parents, that come to Grambling’s campus-they are going to be greeted by an aggressive, yet meek […]

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Promising debut for unlikely Tiger

  Grambling State University’s winless football team announced open tryouts for a place kicker, so the school’s intramural club soccer team coach encouraged his players to take the rare opportunity to join a Division I team in the middle of the season. About six students took them up on the […]

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Coaches Luncheon

Grambling State University and Southern University come together for the annual Bayou Classic Coaches’ Luncheon to talk a little trash before the big game Saturday but more to recognize top performers.

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Dept. of Music seeks OK

  The Department of Music at Grambling State University received a visit recently from the National Association of Schools of Music.  A two-team advisory committee consulted with President Frank G. Pogue, department heads, faculty and students during its Oct. 9-11 visit. They discussed the progress of the program and validated […]

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‘Words to make your skin crawl’

   On Monday, at 7 p.m. to be exact, as one walked into Grambling Hall, the lights dimmed as soothing soul music played from Stevie Wonder to Lauryn Hill and fingers snapped as stanzas were memorized and recited. Lyrical Quest, an open-mic group that originated in 2008 on Grambling State […]

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GSU honors life of fallen Gramblinites

Drameri Dill, a first-time Grambling State University student, died in a single-car accident early Sunday, Nov. 4. He was 22. The matter is being handled by the Ruston Police Department.  Dill, of Clinton, Miss., who transferred to GSU from Louisiana Delta Community College, was captain of Bac Doe Production, an […]

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Queens Speak

  The psychological hang up in the mind set of Black people, has caused not only a few years but yet centuries of division between various Black ethnic groups. Psychological, pertains to the mental state of mind while the hang up is introduced on the distorted image many Black people […]

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2012 election heating following second debate

  With three weeks until Election Day and less than a week from their third and final debate, President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney went heads up on the financial system and other domestic issues on Tuesday night.  The Town Hall-style debate was held at Hofstra University in […]

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#GramFam, #uncapped, #vitaminwater

  With anticipation high, Grambling State University students lined up in front the T.H. Harris auditorium on Monday for the free vitaminwater and FADER concert.      Doors opened at 8 p.m., and each attendee was given a free vitamin water and smart water along with a current edition of […]