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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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Snow falls once again on DSU, delaying opening by one hour but  not closing operations on Feb. 17.

Kent County got a total of about seven inches of snow over the course of the snow event that began on Wednesday night.

DSU President Harry L. Williams and DuPont CEO Ellen Kullman discussed wide range of corporate topics during a 40-minute Open Forum before a packed Longwood Auditorium in the Bank of America Building.

Isaiah Nathanial, Class of 2004, is a former four-year Hornet basketball player, has produced a documentary film about the famed 16th Street pick-up basketball in North Philadelphia that produced a number of players who would go on to compete in college and professionally, including in the NBA and overseas leagues.

The east side of the DSU@Wilmington looks nothing like this now, as a snow surrounds the building today and has prompted the canceling of classes tonight.

DSU officials will continue to monitor the weather throughout the day.

(L-r) Dr. Sampson Davis, DSU's Michelle Fisher (director of the Heath Center), Dr. Rameck Hunt and Dr. George Jenkins take a photo opp moment during a reception in honor of The Three Doctors at the home of Drs. Harry and Robin Williams prior to their speaking engagement on campus.

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