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Positive start for the Larkin era

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It’s a new era for Grambling State University as Willie Larkin officially took office as the school’s president last week.

One of the biggest issues GSU has faced in recent years is declining enrollment, but moves made by the state Legislature last month could help make the start of the Larkin era at GSU even brighter.

House Bills 129, sponsored by Rep. Patrick Jefferson and 171, sponsored by Rick Gallot, are aimed at helping increase enrollment at historically black colleges and universities in Louisiana by recruiting out-of-state students and students taking remedial courses.

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