By: Maximilian Farley “Yea. I think he should still be captain because even though people look up to the captain, they still make mistakes.” “No. He’s not helping them win no games.” […]
by: Koya Perez The smell of campaign season is almost in the air… Interest meetings for next years Student Government Association (SGA) and Royal Court will be held this week on January 26, 2016 at 11 am in the MLK Parlor C and again at 7 pm. The […]
By: Demetrius D. Hall and Jasmine Saunders SARA are peers that provide support to victims of sexual harassment, rape, and domestic violence. They are the shoulder to lean on when dealing with a situation you are not comfortable with talking to faculty, friends, and other adults. On January 20th, […]
By: Rick Jackson While Delaware State University students have been relaxing for winter break, the women’s basketball team has been hard at work posting a 3-5 record. January 11th was the team’s most satisfying win in an intense game capped off by the game winning layup by Lady […]
By: Rick Jackson On Tuesday, January 19th, at 7 PM in Parlor A of the Martin Luther King Student Center, the Men’s Council will be hosting a screening of the documentary “The Mask You Live In,” which will discuss many of the issues that boys and men face […]
Involvement in extracurricular experiences is one of the most important parts of having a successful college career and the Organizational Fair is one of the best opportunities to get involved in campus life at Del State. Check out the many organizations available to students through the photoshow!
By: Koya Perez It has been four weeks into the construction and renovation of DSU’s University Courtyard sidewalks, and residents are finally getting fed up and voicing their opinions. Waking up to the sounds of drills being plummeted into the concrete, and rocks and cement being ripped from […]
What are you most thankful for? Join host India Sage as she discusses the value of giving back with Sigma Gama Rho’s Laquita Williams.