Summer Classes Start at DSU

Imani Knight Since the Spring 2021 semester ended, summer courses have begun at Delaware State University. The summer courses are broken up into three divisions the first session, dual session, and the second section. These classes are made available to DSU students from May 17th through July 23rd, […]

Join Presidents Tony Allen and Bob Clark, and leadership from both DSU and Wesley, for a candid discussion about Delaware State University’s plan for the Wesley campus, including the Wesley College of Health and Behavioral Sciences, and the ongoing review process for Wesley faculty and staff. Event: DSU/Wesley forum for […]

BLM: Breonna Taylor’s Boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, Files Civil Lawsuit Following Offer of Crooked Plea Deal

Jada McDowell On March 13, 2020, 26-year-old nurse, Breonna Taylor, was murdered while asleep in her residence. Louisville Police Department entered her home without warning and then exchanged gun fire with Breonna’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, which ended fatally. Louisville police entered with no-knock warrant, which basically gives them […]

DSU Hires New Training Staff

Delaware State University has just hired an entirely new training staff for the 2020 Spring Semester.  Last semester the University collaborated with PIVOT, a Physical Trainer corporation, to hire temporary and permanent trainers. This past December PIVOT posted that the university was looking for seven permanent trainers. Roger […]

Should Teachers Carry Guns

After every mass shooting in America, the main topic of discussion is gun laws. After the deadly mass elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, the topic of teachers carrying guns discussion once again came under consideration. There are opposing viewpoints on how to address the constant growing issue. […]

DSU Women’s Lacrosse Team

            On April 20, 2022, a bus carrying the Delaware State University women’s lacrosse team and administrators was pulled over for a left lane violation. Bus driver Tim Jones had apparently driven in the far-left lane where buses were prohibited to be in. The team was searched by Georgia’s […]

The New Wave of HBCU Sports

Skylar Jones Sports at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are rarely favored over Predominantly White Institutions (PWIs) Division I schools, such as the University of Alabama for football, or the University of Kansas, who recently won the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I men’s basketball tournament. […]

DSU Food Pantry

Many clubs and organizations at Delaware State University participate in food pantry donations.  Some examples are, The Delaware State University Chapter of NAACP hosted a Food Drive November 1st-20th, 2021. All food drop-offs were asked to be brought to the Martin Luther King building. The donation table was […]