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After a week of community service work in Virginia, the students had a good time at the DSU Fan Mixer with DSU President Harry L. Williams and University First Lady Dr. Robin Williams.

  DSU Students Do Spring Break Community Service in Norfolk


Despite both Hornet basketball teams losing in the first round of the MEAC Tournament in Norfolk Va., a group of DSU students remained there throughout the rest of the Spring Break Week to do a variety of community service projects in that city.

For images of the students doing their Norfolk community service work at Good Mojo (a children’s thrift store that benefits the homeless) and the Ronald McDonald House (a facility that provides residential support to families with children who are having surgery at local hospitals), click on the below photo slideshow, followed by more info:

The group of 35 students (mostly from the DSU Gospel Choir along with a few other students), who were in the Norfolk area March 8-15, also did community service work at the Dwelling Place Shelter in Norfolk and at the Judeo Christian Outreach Center in nearby Virginia Beach.

But it wasn’t all about work, as the students spent some time at some recreation sites such as Virginia Beach and the Navel Museum, and other sites. The DSU Gospel Choir also sang at a few locations.

There were accompanied on the trip by Stacey Downing, associate vice president of Student Affairs; Pamela Adams, director of Spiritual Life and University chaplain; and Ebony Ramsey, director of Student Leadership and Activities.