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GSU’s ponds and trails

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Photos by GLENN LEWIS/GSU MEDIA BUREAU - A member of the Louisiana Army National Guard works on the project.

A short walk from the Fredrick C. Hobdy Assembly Center, down a dirt road, beyond the Grambling State University facilities headquarters building and Richmond Hall is a pond and a wooded area that’s been closed to the campus community and the public for years.

Behind a locked gate is a large area with several catfish ponds and a place that was once used for socializing, fishing and education.

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