By Nathan Jones It’s common for college students to gain weight their first semester. Students are away from home and are able to splurge on unhealthy foods and lack exercise. Fries, burgers and many fried unhealthy choices are served on a daily bases on campus. Tara Kazirim, manager […]
By Logan Hurley Few things leave a special impression on you as poetry does. A man named Michael E. Reid used this to full effect this past Wednesday evening.
By Akili Moody On the first Tuesday back from break, Delaware State’s Campus Activity Board continued the Welcome Back Week tradition with a Battle of the Classes. Competition was in the air as students gathered into the Wellness and Recreation Center for some healthy fun to take the […]
By India Lee At the beginning of every semester DSU Students plan and participate in the Organization Fair where a myriad of clubs all gather in an effort to attract new members. Spring 2015 was no different. The second organization fair of the academic year was another terrific […]
By Koya Perez Welcome Week which was titled “The Week About Nothing” began with the social event Mixxy Monday. On January 12, 2014 in the MLK Lobby from 1-4pm, CAB put forth their best effort to kick off the Spring 2015 semester.
By Latisha Brown As the fall semester comes to an end, it is expected that students have questions about the upcoming spring semester. SGA has worked diligently during the fall semester to make sure the students have a great college experience through shows, parties, programs, and other activities.
By Jonpaul Brown Dear Editor, On July 2, 2014 I had a once and a lifetime experience that I will forever remember and appreciate.
By Kristyn Green Being a student at an HBCU, you may think you know all there is to now about Black history. With a course in African studies being a part of the required curriculum, it’s safe to say that DSU students have a working knowledge of black […]
By Timothy W Patterson DSU’s Alumni Society’s Art Festival in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center, showcased art they created. One such artist, the Rev. Dr. Geraldine J. Jones, is a 1961 graduate who majored in sociology.
By Ni’Jah Richardson “I can’t breathe!” “no justice no peace!” “hands up don’t shoot” and “black lives matter!” chanted 15 DSU students early Saturday morning on December 6th, as they marched seven miles down N. Dupont Highway, and made their way through downtown Dover.