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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
By Justine Marshall The original Student Center, first built in 1967, was dedicated to Dr. Martin Luther King on May 10, 1968. Heather Adams, DSU’s Honors Program Secretary, reminisces about the old […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]