Join President Williams as he host the 5th annual President’s Prayer Breakfast in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center.
By: Andre Lewis What is breast cancer? Simply put its cancer that form in a Woman’s or a Mans breast. However breast cancer is never that simple, not to the people who have been diagnosed and not to their families either. In 2015 an estimated 231,480 cases of […]
By: Nettiesha Scott For the first time ever, World Artist Experiences brings Colorful China to Delaware State University. The mission of the program is to bridge international understanding through cultural and citizen diplomacy in communities’ colleges and schools by using the arts, something we all can understand said World Artists Experiences President […]
Dr. Fran Edwards joins Carlos Holmes to discuss the Delaware State University-One Book, One Campus Program. The book selection for the academic year is “The Ties That Bind”.
by: India Lee & Nettiesha Scott On September 25th, 2015, history was made on the campus of Delaware State University. President Harry L. Williams, Governor Jack Markell and Dr. Noureddine Melikechi spoke in favor of this amazing project that has taken a little over 3 years to complete, […]
by: Jasmine Saunders September 18th was a special night for Delaware State University’s alumni. Alumni and their families came dressed to the nines to celebrate the admission of 13 inductees into the Athletic Hall of Fame. The inductees were: George Brown for Baseball, Greg Carney for Wrestling, Raquel Collier […]
by: Nettiesha Scott Former U.S Ambassador Suzan Johnson Cook came to Delaware State University last week apart of the U.S Department of Agriculture’s 125th anniversary. Suzan reiterated our motto here at DSU, that is to make your Mark on the World and added to keep your eyes open. […]
by: Timothy Patterson An average nine out of ten students go to the Records office to ask University-related questions. The questions range from GPA to grades to graduation, and everything in between. Why does the Records office get so much traffic on a daily basis? “We are essentially the University’s […]
by: Timothy Patterson Degree Works, launched in August 2015, is a new addition to the http://www.my.desu.edu site. It is a new site that allows students to track their progress academically from freshmen year all the way toward graduation. Students can see exactly what classes they need to take […]