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DSU President Harry L. Williams honors the ladies of Delta Sigma Theta during halftime of the Oct. 20 homecoming game. The sorority won the University's first-ever Divine 9 Challenge and raised $1,505 to go toward scholarships for DSU students.

  Delta Sigma Theta Wins DSU's First-Ever Divine 9 Challenge


DSU has recently concluded its Divine 9 Challenge, and Delta Sigma Theta came out on top as the winner.

The ladies of Delta Sigma Theta received the most votes on the online-based challenged and raised the highest dollar amount for scholarships -- $1,505.

DSU’s first-ever Divine 9 Challenge engaged fraternities and sororities in a friendly competition to raise scholarship dollars for DSU students. The online voting and giving took place from Oct. 12-18.

The Divine 9 Challenge raised a total of $3,580 and attracted 42 first-time donors to the University.

In addition to being recognized by DSU President Harry L. Williams at the Oct. 20 Homecoming football game, Delta Sigma Theta will also receive special recognition during the Dec. 7 President’s Scholarship Ball.

Alpha Kappa Alpha came in second place and Kappa Alpha Psi came in third in the Divine 9 Challenge.