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The DSU Choir led by choir director, Dr. Curtis Powell performed recently at Legislative Hall in Dover, DE.  Click here to view more pictures.

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SGA President Kathleen Charlot shows the Heart for Haiti information table that has been set up in the new MLK Student Center on campus.

 

DSU President Harry L. Williams presents a gift portrait of Loockerman Hall to Dr. Claibourne Smith during a reception honoring him on Jan. 14.

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Gov. Jack Markell (center) is joined by (from left) Dr. Ronald Blackmon, DSU interim provost, Dr. Claibourne Smith, DSU board chairman, state Sen. Brian Bushwell, DSU President Harry Williams and state Rep. William Carson, prior to signing a resolution that welcomes Dr. Williams as DSU's new president.

 

Savannah Zukas of Indian River High School reacts to the verdict on her answer at the Delaware Brain Bee held at DSU on Jan. 9

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DSU President Harry Lee. Williams shows the Presidential Award of Distinction in Education he received from the General Baptist Convention of North Carolina on Jan. 8.

 

Dr. Harry L. Williams greets U.S. Sen. Ted Kaufman, who stopped by to wish him well on his upcoming presidential tenure that starts on Jan. 10.

 

Emmanuel Lalande, assistant to the vice president of Student Affairs, and JoAnn Holmes, bookstore manager, stand in the new DSU Bookstore that opened on Jan. 7 in the MLK Student Center.

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