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Vice President Joe Biden told the graduates that it is important to balance career success with personal happiness. He said love for family, friends and colleagues fosters relationships and builds trust.

Although the First Lady's Tea for graduating females and the President's Gentlemen Brunch for graduating males were separate events, the two groups came together for a combined shot with their hosts -- Dr. Harry L. Williams and his wife Dr. Robin Williams.

Celebrating the signing of Senate Joint Resolution No. 8: (l-r) Dr. Vita Pickrum, Dr. Bradley Skelcher, State Sen. Brian Bushweller, State Rep. Timothy Dukes,  DSU President Harry L. Williams, State Rep. Ronald Gray, Gov. Jack Markell (seated), State Rep. Harvey Kenton, Dr. Stacy Downing, Rep Ruth Briggs-King, Rep Dave Wilson and Rep Lyndon Yearick

Dr. Harry L. Williams appeared on DSU Inside Perspective to explain the University's initiative to evaluate its degree programs.

DSU's diversity -- such as reflected by this group of May 2015 graduates -- attracted CNN to focus on Del State as well as Morehouse College in a segment that explored the phenomenon of the enrollment of non-African-Americans at HBCUs.

About 200 students, faculty, staff and administrators -- including DSU President Harry L. Williams -- participated in the "125" formation on the Alumni Stadium football field on April 26.

The concert is free and open to the public.

Dr. Arthur Tucker, DSU professor emeritus; Shawn Garvin, administrator EPA Region III; Dr. Susan Yost, retired DSU professor; DSU President Harry Williams; Dr. Michael Valenti, forestry administrator, Del. Forestry Serv.; Alexandra Davis, DSU Tree Campus rep.; Dr. Cynthia Hong-Wa, DSU Herbarium curator; and Dr. Vita Pickrum, VP of DSU Institutional Advancement, stand with DSU's Tree Campus USA plaque.

The Mothers of the Movement will share why Hillary Clinton should be supported in her presidential bid.

DSU's five colleges raised $25,365 during the 2016 Battle of the Colleges fundraising competition. Each college will be able to use the money they raise as discretionary funds to supplement its budget.


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