By: Demetrius D. Hall and Jasmine Saunders SARA are peers that provide support to victims of sexual harassment, rape, and domestic violence. They are the shoulder to lean on when dealing with a situation you are not comfortable with talking to faculty, friends, and other adults. On January 20th, […]
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 […]
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 […]
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: 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 […]
Campus royalty are tasked with not only being good role models to their fellow peers, but they need that special something that makes them stand out from the rest; something that can help them reach out to others and make an impact. Our very own Donametria “Tria” Stallings […]
by: Juamarley Miller As Delaware State University embarks on a new school year, it is common for students to wonder how they can make their college experience more affordable. Although the cost of higher education seems to increase every few years, it’s very easy for students to find solutions […]
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by: Kyonna Forges Graduation is always a blink away whether you are a freshman or a senior. Are you taking the right steps to make sure you graduate on time? Here are some tips to help your senior year be as smooth as possible: 1. Frequently meet with […]