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Former U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe to visit Grambling

Ambassador Joseph Gerard Sullivan, who is currently serving as Diplomat in Residence at Tulane University in New Orleans, will be held at Grambling State University on Monday during an information session with students at 3 p.m. in Woodson Hall, Room 12. Ambassador Sullivan has served as U.S. Ambassador to Zimbabwe […]

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World Affairs Symposium

#160; This year’s World Affairs Symposium, sponsored by the Department of Political Science and Public of Administration at Grambling State University featured guests from the Department of Political Science at Jackson State and Southern University as well as professors here at GSU. Discussions focused on studies of cultural, economic and […]

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State auditor widens SU grades probe

BATON ROUGE – At least 25 people received grades or transcripts without enrolling at Southern University, paying tuition or proof that they ever attended classes, according to a state audit. One student may have had as many as 47 grades recorded for classes never taken, the Legislative Auditor’s Office found […]

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Campus mourns death of McCall

Saturday was a day the GSU basketball teams played their last home games. However, they would be doing it without a major physical supporting force: Ricky B. McCall, longtime head trainer for Grambling athletes. "Ricky was a true Gramblinite," Santoria Black said before the men’s game Saturday. "It was an […]

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Is Merging good?

Grambling has changed since 1901. There are new buildings, new administrators, and much more. When the GSU students arrived back to campus earlier this month, they found out something had changed. The "refund card." On January 14, 2004, JPMorgan Chase and Bank One announced plans to merge. After many legal […]

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West Coast organization makes impact on GSU

Known as an “Angel” to some and “Mr. Rowe” to others, Dr. Alan H. Rowe has redirected the lives of thousands of youth by motivating them to pursue higher education as president and founder of the United College Action Network Inc. (U-CAN). A California-based nonprofit organization, the U-CAN Foundation provides […]

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Jackson University Greeks cap new members at 50

Jackson State University’s Panhellenic Council has imposed a membership cap of 50 new members on the eight active fraternities and sororities on campus. According to Cathy Patterson, coordinator of Greek affairs at the Jackson, Miss., school, the council voted during the fall semester to limit the number of members an […]

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GSU police chief not your ordinary cop

There is a new cop in town, with the recent hiring of the new chief of police, Dr. Garry Williams. Williams joins Grambling leaving 23 years of employment behind as an administrative sergeant for the New Orleans Police Department. Initially, he was satisfied with being in New Orleans, but something […]

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Big 10 recruitment caravan makes annual stop on campus

It’s not everyday one sees the banners of Penn State, University of Michigan, and Purdue when walking into of the Favrot Student Union. Yet, for one day the these very prestigious institutions set up shop on the checkered-floors of the Black and Gold Room to recruit Gramblinites as potential students […]