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DSU President Harry L. Williams (bottom left seated) and First Lady Dr. Robin Williams (bottom right seated) take part in a photo opp with the Over/Under 40 Alumni honorees during the 125th Anniversary Celebration at Dover Downs on Oct. 15.

Dr. Vita Pickrum (left), DSU vice president of Institutional Advancement, stands with (l-r) Kashana Robinson, JayVaun Young, Jamal Phillips, Brandon Lewis and Aubrey Fournoy, who are recipients of a $2,500 scholarship. To their right is Bryant T. Bell, DSU director of Major Gifts. 

Several alumae got into the act as former cheerleaders and joined DSU's current cheerleadering squad to provide some inspiration to the Homecoming crowd and the Hornet football team during their game against Florida A&M.

Rebekah Goebel, a sophomore aviation major, receives a $1,000 scholarship check from Dr. Dan Coons, who in conjunction with the Tuskegee Airmen have established a Top Gun Scholarship for student in the DSU Aviation Program.

(Center) DSU President Harry L. Williams, DSU Board of Trustees Wilma Mishoe and Dover Mayor Robin Christiansen hold a Dover City Council framed Certificate of Congratulations in recognition of DSU's 125th anniversary.

(L-r) DSU President Harry Lee Williams, Dr. Jose Saez, Jose Saez III, Zona Saez and siblings Jordan and Journey Saez pose with a symbolic display check  that highlights the $10,000 endowment established by the family.

The 2016-2017 Royal Kingdom: (l-r) Miss Freshman Naeeman Murray, Miss Sophomore Sabrina Monestime, Miss Junior Shahira Singh, Miss Senior Courtney Davis, Miss DSU Anjosanlynn Fulgham, Mr. DSU Tevin Smith, Mr. Senior Marquell Tate, Mr. Sophomore Brandon Gray and Mr. Freshman Aireon Boone

The staff of the Division of Institutional Advancement -- Dawn Hopkins, Brenda Farmer, Lucie Stairs, LaShawne Pryor, Diane Kirby, Rochelle Ross, Torshana Towles, Charity Shockley, Lorene Robinson, Henrietta Savage, Linda Milligan and Bryant T. Bell -- put forth a remarkable team effort to make the campaign successful. 

Political pop artist Clark Fox (center) talks about his signature paint of George Washington with student worker Kayla Redman and Jennifer Gunther, DSU Art Center/Gallery director (holding the painting).

Dr. Lee Strang (left) of the University of Toledo College of Law, argues why originalism is the way the U.S. Constitution should be interpreted in deliberations on contemporary issues, while DSU's Dr. Sam Hoff gathers his thoughts on the rebuttal he would give that argued his living document position.


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