DSU Crowns 2018-2019 Royals

La’Shae Eden-Clemons Dover, Delaware- Delaware State University has just crowned Raphael Jason-Morgan and Olivia Moncrieffe who will  serve as the university’s Mr. And Miss. D.S.U for the 2018-2019 academic school semester. The event took place on October 21st in the Education and Humanities Building and the coronation was […]

DSU National Association of Black Journalist (NABJ) Inaugurates Director’s Dish: Speaker Series

Delaware State University’s Chapter of NABJ (National Association of Black Journalist) is up to new and exciting things this academic year. According to the  President of the association, Senior Latayla A. Branson, “this year we are starting something new called the “Director’s Dish,” where we bring various Mass […]

Campus Construction

Alexis Atherley There are noticeable construction works going on around DSU  campus. Like all buildings, with age, inevitably, comes issues. Though the dorms may be in good enough condition to readily house the attendees of the university, there are still some alterations that current residents would like to see occur. […]

Beauty, Bliss and Blues

The 3rd Annual Margaret Oliver’s First Lady’s Hats and Gloves Tea has come and gone By Tameka Shockley On Sunday, March 25th, 2017 in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center Parlors at Delaware State University was the 3rd Annual Margaret Oliver’s First Lady’s Hats and Gloves Tea. […]

HBCU or PWI?

by Khalayha Ashley Imagine having an entire education system built by your people for your people. Historically Black Colleges/Universities, formerly known as HBCUs are schools that were originally founded to educate those of African American descent. It’s time to apply to colleges, which should you choose? A HBCU […]