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Warren looks to build on last season’s performance

The 6-foot and 185-pound running back finished among the top five ground gainers in the Southwestern Athletic Conference, led the Tigers in the same category and was named as the Freshman of the Year in the league.
Warren ended with 901 yards and five touchdowns on 196 carries while helping the G-Men compile an 8-4 overall record and 8-1 Western Division championship slate in the conference.

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GSU tries to make fresh start

Dixon began by talking about increased enrollment, progress in the math and science technology curriculum and academic master plan, touting the fact that Grambling State has a $1 million endowed chair for its mathematics program, making it the only Historically Black College or University to have such a chair.

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Universities respond to student needs

At GSU, a recent investment toward that end brought a new, high-tech security system on campus.
Within the past year, 220 network surveillance cameras have been installed, and plans are to add more than 100 new cameras as ongoing campus construction continues.
It is a step in the right direction for the university.
Above all else, students should feel safe on campus. They should have no fear when walking across campus, spending time in their residence hall or staying through a long weekend.

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New cameras zoom in on GSU campus safety

“We’re done with Phase I of the project and have all of those cameras in operation,” GSU associate vice president for information technology Winfred Jones said. “That covers our existing housing, the Assembly Center, the High School and our Property/Receiving Department.
“In the future we’ll add cameras to the administration buildings, academic buildings and the Phase II housing as it’s built. That work will start in September and we should have it all done within a year. The (planned) Eddie Robinson Museum will be part of this surveillance system too.”

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