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(L-r) Lorren Perry and Tiana Proctor teamed up together to win $500 for their video submission in a recent Newseum Institute competition. They were among three DSU students to win monetary awards in the contest.

This group of DSU students, faculty and staff were able to get one of hottest tickets in the nation's capital and visit the new National Museum of African American History and Culture, the 19th Smithsonian museum to be opened in Washington, D.C.

Gary Hall (in mask) as Bottom and Nia Jones as Mustard Seed rehearse a scene together for the upcoming DSU students' performance of Shakespeare's "Midsummer Night's Dream." The comedy will be performed Nov. 17-18 in the Education and Humanties Theatre.

Michelle Shorter, associate vice president of Enterprise Risk Management, receives the Inspire Excellence Award from Irene Chapman during the annual Employee Recognition Ceremony held Nov. 9.

DSU President Harry L. Williams and WCC President Belinda S. Miles (center) shake after signing an agreement that will govern the transfer of students from the community college to DSU. Deans and administrators from both institutions join the presidents for the signing moment.

U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson presents DSU President Harry L. Williams with a proclamation from President Barack Obama celebrating 2016 National HBCU Week.

Nicholas Lambrow, M&T Bank Delaware regional president, holding a donation check to the University with DSU President Harry Williams and others last summer, shows that he and his financial institution practice what he preaches in the op-ed with comes to private-public partnership that benefit school like Delaware State University.

The Kresge Foundation grant will support DSU's work in holding its annual HBCU Philanthropy Symposium where representatives from black colleges and universities collaborate to learn fundraising best practices. The left photo shows a presenter speaking during a session of a previous DSU Symposium.

International Opera Star Laquita Mitchell (l) coaches DSU Concert Choir tenor William Wicks during an Oct. 31 masterclass she held with the entire choir. The pianist is Evelyn Simpson Curenton.

Tetra Shockley, Esq., the 2016 Mrs. Delaware America and a state deputy attorney general, spoke to a speech class Nov. 2 in the Education and Humanities Building.


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