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Nomination convention draws many title seekers

Many students turned out to the Student Government Association elections interest meeting Monday to learn about the upcoming spring elections. Chad Harry, a senior from Bogalusa, was appointed by the SGA to be the election commissioner. According to Harry, precampaigning will not be tolerated. ” We want to run a […]

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Changes in registration to start right away

The quest to demolish long registration lines at Grambling State University has just gotten a little closer to being accomplished. New registration procedures have just made it a little easier to register for classes at GSU. The new procedures go into effect this semester for the summer and fall 2005 […]

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Club holds Easter egg hunt

The School of Social Work field Education department in collaboration with Grambling Housing Authority held an Easter Egg Hunt, Saturday afternoon, March 12 in the quad in front of Grambling Hall. Children residing in the Housing Authority Complex and those throughout the Grambling and Ruston areas were invited to attend. […]

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Art Dept. seeks sponsors for awards for art students

Donations needed for prizes in annual competition. A High School Student Art Competition will be held from April 4 -14 in the Dunbar Hall Gallery, followed by the Annual GSU Student Competition. Awards will be presented to artists in both of the exhibitions, and sponsors are being sought. The aim […]

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GSU to host La. Academy of Sciences

Scientists from all of Louisiana’s public and private colleges and universities will converge at Grambling State University to share information regarding the latest research in their respective fields during the will host the 79th Louisiana Academy of Sciences slated for Friday in the T. L. James Building on the campus. […]

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Department members remember Young

Funeral services were held for Andre’ Maurice Young Saturday, March 5 at the Mt. Zion B.C. in Grambling. He passed away Friday, Feb. 25 in the evening. Andre’ was born Dec. 26, 1978, the middle child of three, born to the union of Milvin Young Jr., and Mary Lane Young. […]

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Alphas host tribute to Black woman

Monday night the brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated hosted Tribute to a Black Woman. This program was held in honor of the "mother" of their organization, Mrs. Annie Singleton, to show their appreciation to women and other women giants. The night started off with the gentlemen passing out […]

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Liberal Arts gets new dean

The new-year always brings new beginnings, especially for Dr. Pamela Moye Payne, Grambling State University’s new acting dean of the College of Liberal Arts. The former Assistant Professor was promoted to her new position on January 12th and has continued to make students’ education her number one priority. "Dr. Payne […]

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On your mark, get set, Greek Week!

Greek Week is the one week out of the semester when Greek-lettered fraternities and sororities host various events, trying to be the best represented fraternity or sorority on campus. The president of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. gives his impression on the upcoming events: "I think it will be successful," […]