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: 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: 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: 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 […]
By Nathan Jones It’s common for college students to gain weight their first semester. Students are away from home and are able to splurge on unhealthy foods and lack exercise. Fries, burgers and many fried unhealthy choices are served on a daily bases on campus. Tara Kazirim, manager […]