By: Jasmine Saunders Monday, October 10 was the night of the Powder Puff championship game between the Sassy Savages and the Pretty Crushers.
By: Lauren Erskine
By: Janae Faison As one walks the campus of DSU you see some uncommon faces walking around that one doesn’t usually see on the campus of an HBCU. As diversifying the campus is one of DSU’s core values, the university makes sure as the number of African-American attendees […]
By: Jasmine Saunders, Editor-in-Chief Delaware State University hosted a town hall Sept. 27 in conjunction with local law enforcement agencies, legislators, and First State Community Action Agency, Inc. to create an open line of communication between law enforcement agencies and the community after the recent killings of people […]
By: Jasmine Saunders, Editor-in-Chief On September 7, Dr. William D. Adams, the chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) visited Delaware State University to discuss how the humanities can retain its relevance with an increasingly STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)-oriented society. According to a DSU […]
By: Lauren Erskine Saturday, September 24th, was the Student Government Association’s Levels of Service. It is a day of service that DSU students participate in to give back to the community. Check out how students are fulfilling two of the university’s core vales: Community and Outreach.
By: Juamarley Miller On September 21, 2016, the Delaware State University Women Soccer (2-6-0) team fell to Marist College (4-5-0) at Alumni Stadium 7-1. Marist began the game aggressively, putting pressure on Hornet goalie Michelle Lammers early in the beginning and throughout the first half. The Hornet defense […]
By: Koya Perez The school year got off to an unexpected start for roughly 40 students when they were placed in temporary housing at the Super 8 Motel in Dover at the start of the school year due to an overabundance of new students at Delaware State University […]
By: Jasmine Saunders, Editor-in-Chief Effective fall 2016, DSU’s English Composition class sizes will increase from 20 to 25 students. These courses teach fundamental skills that students are supposed to have in categories like reading, writing, speaking, listening and thinking, according to the English Composition 101 syllabus. According to […]
Student Views: “Do you believe Donald Trump can compete with Hillary Clinton after endorsing her during the 2008 presidential election?”
By: Maximilian Farley “After seeing all the negative feedback at his rallies, a lot of people don’t support him, but I have a feeling he’s going to win, though I don’t want him to.” “No, because he is running as […]