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DSU's five colleges raised $25,365 during the 2016 Battle of the Colleges fundraising competition. Each college will be able to use the money they raise as discretionary funds to supplement its budget.

Lt. Col. (Ret.) Michael A. Hales is the new director of the DSU Aviation Program. There are also two new appointments in Institutional Advancement.

The 2016-2017 "New Era" SGA Executive Five: (l-r seated) Messiah Sanchez, corresponding secretary; Aniyah Gabriel, recording secretary; Tyrek Joyner, treasurer; (l-r standing) Jasmine Jenkins, president; and Kevin Bearam, vice president.

The Honorable Joseph R. Biden will be the first American vice president  to speak at a DSU Commencement Ceremony.

(L-r) Valerie Dinkins, executive director of DSU@Wilm.; DSU President Harry L. Williams; U.S. Sen. Tom Carper; and Dr. Teresa Hardee, senior vice president and chief operating officer, take a moment for a photo pose.

Speech Tourney winners: (l-r) Honorable mentions Kyle Maull and Schmildt Seme; Jason Faustin (3rd place), Kobe Washington (2nd place) and Sean Todd (1st place).                                                                                                                                                                                                          Photo by Dr. Akwesi Osei.

Students enrolled as majors in the deactivated program will be able to finish their degree or, if desired, change their major.

More than 300 students attended the April 2 Inspired Day of Service opening ceremony before fanning out to seven location in Delaware to do community service work.

About 25 alumni of the DSU Mass Comm Program attended the annual event to share their professional media experience with the students.

(L-r) Dr. Michael Gitcho, assistant professor of biological sciences, observes as Justin Sherard, junior biological sciences major from Baltimore, and Deidre Carter, a biology graduate student from New York City receives award recognition from Katie Macklin, executive director of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Alzheimer Association. Mr. Sherard and Ms. Carter accepted the award on behalf of a team of 65 students who raised money for the association's Rehoboth Walk event. 


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