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The DSU Choir led by choir director, Dr. Curtis Powell performed recently at Legislative Hall in Dover, DE.  Click here to view more pictures.

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Dr. Yaba Blay is been featured on CNN, The New York Times, and other media shows as one of the leading intellectual voices on colorism and global skin color politics. She is the daughter of Dr. Kofi Blay, chair of the DSU Department of Sociology.

Raequan D. Jones, a senior political science major, is the second DSU student to serve as a legislative fellow at the Delaware General Assembly.

This is not what the campus looks like now. Add the snow and you will have the right picture.

Traditional Chinese Dance will be just one of a number of cultural performances at the Feb. 9 Chinese New Year Celebration presented in the Education & Humanities Theatre on campus by the DSU Chinese Students and Scholars Association.

The cast of "Spunk": (l-r) Kendra Gravely, Harry Hudson, Megan Felix, Andrew Hazzard, Bryant Hazzard, Tyrone J. Ashley Jr., Ashleigh Summers, Kenny Elston, Dana Matthew and Dorian McDonald

The sidewalks around the Mishoe Science Center as well as the other areas of the campus are expected to be cleared of snow by Thursday morning, Jan. 23.

DSU President Harry L. Williams accepts a display check representing the Mr. and Mrs. William C. Jason Endowment from Carol and William Jason during a ceremony in the Library named after the second president of the institution.

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