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The DSU Concert Choir performed for the first time ever before the Delaware Senate in its Legislative Hall chamber on March 26. The choir also performed for the state House of Representatives.

(L-r) Eboni Church, Lennea Davis, Madeline Porter all of Jenkins Hall; DSU President Harry L. Williams, Eboni Wimbush of Johnson Controls, and Evers Hall's Rie Green, Diamond Wade, Megan; along with Chanel Paul, president of the DSU Green Ambassadors, gather to launch the start of the Green Games.

Jimmie and Tina Strong were honored with the 2013 Delaware State University Distinguished Alumni Award 

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DSU President Harry Williams (center) along with his family join the other participants -- members of Iota Phi Theta, the DSU women's track team, the DSU Alumni Association, as well as members of Dover High School -- of a 14-mile relay run in celebration of Harriet Tubman and the path she took through Delaware to free slaves from the south.

Delores and Donald Blakey, Patricia Randolph, Gov. Jack Markell, Ruth Shelton and DSU President Harry L. Williams get together following the Harriet Tubman Progam at the Old State House in Dover on March 1.

R&B star John Legend gave his insights on the need for more educational equality in the U.S. and then thrilled a full Memorial Hall Gymnasium with his unique R&B musical style during the final 2013 Black History Month event at DSU.

Photos by Carlos Holmes




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