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Dr. Donald Parks has been named professor emeritus.

Prior to the public forum, the Black Caucus gathered for a reception at the President’s Residence. Seated (l-r): Councilman Earnest “Trippi” Congo, Rep. Stephanie T. Bolden, Sen. Margaret Rose Henry, HW, RW, Councilwoman Hanifa Shabazz, Councilwoman Pat A. Jones, former Dover City Councilman Rueben Salters. Top (l-r): Rep. James “J.J.” Johnson, Councilman Charles Potter, Councilman Eric Robinson, New Castle County Councilman Jea Street; Rep. Dennis P. Williams; Wilmington Mayor James Baker, Rep. Donald Blakey, and Councilman Justen Wright

Lori Crawford exhibition "Paper Bags, Photographs & Paintings" include this work entitled "Bag Lady: Kicking Out Sexism." Her works will be on display until March 23

Participating in the MET Bus ribbon-cutting are (l-r) Bruce Weaver of the USDA; Jayne Armstrong, state director of the Small Business Administration; Dr. Shelton Rhodes, College of Business dean; Dr. Dyremple Marsh, College of Ag & Related Sciences dean; Lillie Crawford, director of the DSU Ctr. for Enterprise Development; Ilona Figat, MET director; DSU President Harry L. Williams, U.S. Sen. Thomas R. Carper; state Rep. Lincoln Willis, and Dover Mayor Carlton Carey.

The 2012 Delaware Diamond Extravaganza were honored on Feb. 3 at the Dover Sheraton.

(L-r) DSU President Harry L. Williams, Delaware Tech President Orlando J. George, Jr., state Attorney General Beau Biden, University of Del. President Patrick T. Harker, and Dr. Jim Wilson, Wilmington University vice president of Academic Affairs, stand united to use the resources of these institutions of higher education to facilitate Steward for Children training in Delaware.

Akiah S. Powell (left), a senior political science major who passed away on Feb. 4, was close friends with Samantha Holsey, also a DSU senior political science major.

(L-r) LaVar Johnson, senior textile and apparel major, escorts Brenda Farmer, DSU director of Ceremonies and Events, who is modeling a gown he designed. The pair participated in Feb. 3 Go Red event at the Sheraton Inn in Dover.

 

The $400,000 Welfare Foundation Grant will go toward critical upgrades of the Mishoe Science Center's air control systems, HVAC equipment and cover other improvements.

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