By: Nettiesha Scott Getting Scholarships is normally a struggle for college students. That is mainly because students don’t know where to find them. Sharnada Martin, a Junior Accounting major from Philadelphia made a trip to visit her advisor and left with a great opportunity. She applied for the […]
By: Michael Brooks Basketball season is finally here at Delaware State University! The season has officially began and in order to get the DSU Students excited, both teams held their annual preseason showcase for the students and the faculty of Delaware State University. On Wednesday night, the women and men’s basketball […]
by: Rick Jackson Delaware State University hosted a two-part series presentation on mass incarceration consisting of a documentary film showing, “Slavery by Another Name” on Wednesday October 28th, followed by a panel discussion on October 29th. The documentary narrated the events of post-1865, the abolishment of slavery. The […]
Join host Carlos Holmes as he discusses the Black Lives Matter walk taking place at DSU to benefit the Black Lives Matter Movement with Social Work club president, Kayla Ligion.
by: Aric Dickerson Taylor Addison is a senior and a member of the Delaware State University women’s soccer team. Addison was born is Westchester, NY and graduated from Cardinal Spellman High School in the Bronx in 2012. Addison is a Psychology major and wants to be a family […]
by: Aric Dickerson Nevershi Ellis is a Sophomore outside hitter on the Delaware State women’s volleyball team. Ellis grew up in Chicago, IL where she played volleyball at De La Salle High School. She was a member of three conference championship teams and led the team in kills for […]
Join host Carlos Holmes as he interviews DSU graduate, Leah Williams, who was recently selected as an HBCU All-Star Ambassador for the White House.
Join Ben Bullock as he interviews the stars of DSU Hornets Sports about what its like to be in the limelight for Delaware State University. In this episode, you will meet Defensive Back, JR Robinson.
Delaware State University is celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the ratification of the 13th Amendment, which legally abolished slavery from the United States in 1865. On October 20th, there was an event held by Dr. Susmita Roye, an associate professor from the English department. It was the viewing […]
by: Rick Jackson & Juamarley Miller This past weekend the Delaware State University Hornets showed little resilience as they were defeated on their home turf by South Carolina State, 34-7. DSU received the ball first and after just four plays, were forced to punt as they were backed […]