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The Fraternity/Sorority Plot in the traditional residential halls area of the campus would be beneficiary if DSU can win the Retool Your School campus improvement grant money. Campus official would use the grant money to build a pavilion area on that plot and install new grills.

DSU President Harry L. Williams; Jerome Pinkett, Buttonwood Finance Committee chair and DSU alumnus; Vivian Lea, Buttonwood Administrative Council chairperson; and the Rev. Albert Gaither, pastor of Buttonwood United Methodist Church of New Castle and DSU alumnus, Del, hold a display check representing a $5,000 scholarship donation to the University.

From l-r, U.S. Sen. Chris Coons, state Rep. Donald A. Blakey, DSU alumna Flavia Rutkowski; Dr. Dyremple Marsh, dean of the DSU College of Ag and Related Sciences; Wilmington social worker Patrick Adzadu; Aoko Midiwo-Odembo and her husband Kenyan Ambassador Elkanah Odembo; and Dr. Akwais Osei, DSU chair of the Dept. of History, Political Science and Philosophy, get together during the conference.

The late Dr. Donald Byrd in a performance shot during a late 1990s concert at DSU.


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Jamesa McDonald, the 2012-13 Miss DSU, shows U.S. Sen. Thomas R. Carper some of the documents that are part of the King Center Imaging Project Exhibition.

The interesting dynamics between the freedman Django (played by Jamie Foxx, left) and slave owner Calvin Candie (portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio) could be a discussion point of whether this was a plausible reality in 1858.



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