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Imagine a painter without a paintbrush.

It wouldn’t work.

That’s a similar dilemma in which the Grambling State University Television Center finds itself.
GSU began school Monday and the TV Center currently has one laptop, one DSLR and one film camera to work with.

After two floods, one in March 2015 and another in March of this year, plus an electrical fire inside the Washington-Johnson Complex, the temporary location of the television center after the floods, more than $300,000 worth of equipment was destroyed.

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