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U.S. Sen. Thomas Carper and state Rep. Darryl Scott listen to Jordin Williams, associate director of the DSU Wellness & Recreation Center, poolside during a tour of the facility.

  U.S. Sen. Carper, State Rep. Darryl Scott tour Wellness & Rec. Center



Cerron Cade, a DSU alumnus, laughs with his boss, U.S. Sen. Thomas Carper, during a Aug. 30 visit to the campus.


U.S. Sen. Thomas R. Carper paid Delaware State University a visit on Aug. 30 along with state Rep. Darryl M. Scott, to tour the Wellness and Recreation Center on campus and learn about other health initiatives such as the Delaware Center for Health Promotions, which is based at DSU.
Sen. Carper’s visit coincided with the first day of classes on campus for the 2011 fall semester, which had been delayed a day due to the Hurricane Irene storm event over the weekend.
Sen. Carper also brought along Cerron Cade, one of his staff members who is a DSU alumnus, class of 2007. Mr. Cade, a former Hornet football offensive lineman, is slated to soon be the deputy New Castle County director for Sen. Carper’s office.

U.S. Sen. Thomas R. Carper, DSU Healthy Hornets administrators Michelle Fisher, Jordin Williams, Delaware Center for Health Promotions' Marianne Carter and state Rep. Darryl Scott.