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The 2012-13 Royal Renaissance -- (l-r) Mr. & Miss Sophomore Quira Parker and James Jones, Mr. and Miss Junior Dejon P. Stokes and Charles Robinson-Snead,  Mr. & Miss DSU Jamesa McDonald and Eric Brown Jr., and Mr. & Miss Senior Master Brown and Serenity Goodridge.

DSU President Harry L. Williams talks to a student and his mother during the Oct. 13 Parents Day luncheon.

Dr. Harry Williams and his wife Dr. Robin Williams stand with a group who were among the principal and co-principal investigators that brought in a school-record of more than $30 million in grants into the University over the last year.

(L-r) Dr. Ana-Rita Mayol, Explorer's Club co-director, stands with senior counselors Ashli Henderson and Cynthia Mattison; junior counselors Karisma Hooker, Aaron Villette and Charles Mungai; along with Dr. Nirmaljit Rathee, co-director, and Dr. Eric Cheek, faculty advisor.

(L-r) Chief Harry Downes Jr., James Whitaker, Rhonda Holt, Dr. Cherese Winstead, Erin Hill, Nyonohpyne Ethel Harris, Keith Coleman, Gerre Depp and Brenda Farmer were the celebrated award recipients at this year's Employee Recognition Ceremony.

(L-r) DSU Provost Alton Thompson, U.S. Sen. Tom Carper, Dr. Noureddine Melikechi (principal investigator of the competitive grant), DSU President Harry L. Williams, U.S. Chris Coons, and U.S. Rep. John Carney gather after the announcement Sept. 27 of the $5 million research grant awarded to DSU.

The Burundi drummers and dancers will perform in the Education and Humanities Theatre on campus.



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