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DSU's drum major leads the dance during the Approaching Storm Marching Band's performance at UD.

The DSU Cheerleaders got the Hornet crowd fired up at the Fan Tent prior to the Delaware State vs. UD game.

Famed jazz guitarist Earl Klugh shares his music story with members of the DSU Jazz Ensemble during a Sept. 6 workshop in the Education and Humanities Theatre.

The efforts of Dr. Susan Yost, DSU Herbarium educator, and other has led to the development of a DSU Arboretum, which recently earned accreditation. She stands here among trees that are part of the campus' vast collection.

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Dr. Hongxin Hu, DSU assistant professor of computer science, shows how the new picture password system works. Dr. Hu co-authored a paper concerning the reported vulnerabilities of the new system.

(L-r) Kailani Capote, senior residential assistant; DSU President Harry L. Williams; U.S. Sen. Thomas R. Carper; Amir Mohammadi, executive vice president and University treasurer; and Rose Spady, Commons residential director, take a photo opportunity at the front desk of the Commons.

A group of singers from the DSU Gospel Choir performed the song "Grateful" during the celebration held in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center.

(L-r) Dr.  Mohammad A. Khan, Dr. Mukti Rana and Dr. Nandita Das, are one of five faculty teams that have won DSU's first-ever Innovation Grant awards. Each team received $20,000 to develop their creative ideas that advance the priorities and goals of the University's Strategic Plan.



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