By DaRon Smith William “Chip” Haywood, DSU alumnus and independent filmmaker, is teaching the millennial generation about their lost connection to the Civil Rights Movement of the 50s and 60s. Haywood explained that this project was a way to bridge between the generations from the Civil Rights movement […]
By Amanda Alexander On December 13, 2014, DSU host-ed the President’s Scholarship Ball at Dover Downs and raised more than $150,000 towards the Greater Than One campaign. “The money raised at the Presi-dent’s Scholarship Ball is a great start to the public phrase of our Greater Than One […]
By Byron Dixon For a second straight season the Delaware State University women’s basketball team faces an uphill battle as they embark upon their first MEAC Championship since 2007.
By Andrew Ross Soccer hasn’t been a staple to Delaware State sports in a very long time, but it looks like things might be changing. Head coach Kerri Scroope had her first season with the team last year, and she already has the school playing at a high […]
By Andrew Ross It’s only mid-January, but the men’s basketball team is already just two wins shy of matching last season’s win total (nine).
By DaRon Smith A lot of students here on campus go about their first two years without finding out what organizations on campus. They do not really explore their options participating in extracurricular events and activities.
By Akili Moody Dr. Walter M. Kimbrough, president of Dillard University will be the DSU commencement speaker at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 13 in the Memorial Hall Gymnasium. Dr. Kimbrough was recognized in 2009 by Diverse Issues in Higher Edu-cation one of “25 To Watch.” He was […]
By Sade Lewis MTV’s “Teen Mom 2” star Kailyn Lowry, is now a vibrant college student at DSU, despite personifying Do-Something. org’s static that indicates 1.3 in 10 American teenage girls will get pregnant at least once before the age of 20. “When I signed up for ‘16 […]
By Kailyn Lowry Delaware State University prepared students for the next steps in the professional world through ample opportunities provided during career week. Activities included a career closet and fashion show, leading up to the career fair.These events were sponsored by ca-reer services, located in the MLK building […]
By Jaime Gage On Oct. 30, Dover Post Executive Editor Sundra Hominik visited DSU for one of the many bi-weekly National Association of Black Journalists meetings. NABJ is an organization of students, journalists, and other media professionals designed for networking, developing mentorships, career development, and post graduate opportunities. […]