Her excuses, reasons, antics are the same cookie-cutter bullsh*t that I heard when I was in school. When do young students stop listening to what others' observations are and find out the real deal for themselves. Speaking as a student of SU and a graduate student at LSU, I can say that the education is no better. It's the environment at SU that was so great. My first semester at LSU, I hated it. Maybe I was shielded by my people at SU? Not so much. There were faculty and staff of all races and nationalities there. I'm adaptable, so that wasn't it. I could go on and on, but the point is this: Why do we think that because an institution or business or service is operated Whites, it's better? Pure brainwashing. Whatever the case, I couldn't be happier that I attended Southern. Anyway, so much for that.
In keeping with the theme of great AA pioneers and HBCU love, I would be remiss if I didn't note the death of Eddie Robinson, long-time football coach of the Grambling State University Tigers. GSU is our number one rival, but you must give credit where credit is due. My prayers are with his family and the Grambling family. He will be missed.
Here's the story: http://sports.yahoo.com/ncaaf/news?slug=ap-obitrobinson&prov=ap&type=lgns