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Washington National's skipper Dusty Baker shares his experience with the Hornets baseball team during an Aug. 29 visit to the DSU campus.

(L-r) DSU's Dr. Constant Beugré, DSU President Harry L. Williams, and Guy Beugré, founder/president of the Groupe Scolaire Les Benoits -- a leading high school in the Ivory Coast -- pose for a photo after meeting to discuss a future possible partnership.

The grateful and excited group of 34 DREAMers are ready to begin their academic journey at DSU. The students are the beneficiaries of the Opportunity Scholarship provided by TheDream.US.

Edgar Ortiz has been selected along with 72 other students nationwide as an HBCU All-Star in recognition of his academic excellence, leadership and civic engagement. Mr. Ortiz is a junior Aviation Management major with currently a 4.0 GPA.

Dr. Mukti Rana, chair of the DSU Department of Physics and the principal investigator of the DoD grant, holds a blank substrate to his left and a substrate on his right that has been imprinted with an electronic circuit design. The DoD grant will fund DSU's purchase of a Photomask Aligner, which will give University researchers the capability to imprint such circuit designs.

The 1st Cohort to complete DSU's Mobile App Academy: (l-r, seated) Curtis Winslow, Chris Worsley, Marlon Offei, Jakeera Davis, Will Shuler; (standing) Hadiyah Mujhid (instructor), Alex Stuff, Edward Baise, Chris Williams, DeAndre Barnes and Iyasu Watts (instructor). 

U.S. Sen.Thomas R. Carper meets with Dr. Dyremple Marsh, dean of the college of Agriculture and Related Sciences, and other administrators and faculty, one of several meetings Delaware's senior senator had at DSU on Aug. 11.

(L-r) Hugo Perez of New Mexico State, Gwyneth Doland of the Univ. of New Mexico, Dr. Myna German of DSU, and academy training Luis Hernandez take a break from the multimedia training to pose for a photo.

A group of DSU students recently visited Africville Museum in Nova Scotia, where they learned of the stories of blacks who escaped slavery in U.S. and fled into Canada. The students learned that while no longer slaves, the black immigrants faced significant discrimination and bigotry in Canada.

The DSU "GOT PAPER?" campaign rid the campus of more than 36 tons of unneeded paper and cardboard, while at the same time doing the right thing and handing over the waste to a reputable recycling firm for shredding. Piles of the shred paper are shown in the left photo.

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