By: Beatrice Wolo Friday, April 7, 2016 was a very big day for all the candidates who campaigned day-in and day-out for the last month. The Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center filled with students as they gathered to hear the last words of the campaigning season. Tevin […]
By: Alexis Wallace O.D.D.I.T.Y, (Openly Defining Diversity Intuitively Through Yourself) is a new organization at Delaware State University. On March 23rd, the organization held an event called “Portrait of a Gay Black Man.” The event was a platform to spread awareness about the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, […]
The College of Art, Humanities and Social Sciences Theatre Program presents: “A Salute to African Americans on Broadway.” Join the Delaware State University Theatre Program on Friday, February 26th and Saturday February 27th at 7:30pm in the Education and Humanities Theater. The show features monologues, scenes and musical […]
By: Asata Bamba With the Great Dover Chinese Association (GDCA) hosting Chinese New Year concerts annually, the organization decided to up the ante this year and make a whole 6-hour long free and open to the public celebration. On January 31st, from 11 AM to 5 PM, GDCA […]
By: Lauren Erskine
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: 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 […]
by: Asata Bamba DSU’s very own MAASM (Making Academic Affairs of All Students Matter) organization hosted a Breast Cancer Awareness event on Thursday, October 15 from 11 AM to 1 PM in the MLK. The event served as an informational session on how this disease can and does […]
Join President Williams as he host the 5th annual President’s Prayer Breakfast in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center.