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A new tree is planted near Loockerman Hall by Dr. Dyremple Marsh, dean of the DSU College of Ag & Related Sciences; Dr. Michael Valenti, administrator State Forestry Service, John Ridgeway, Toyota corporate manager and DSU alumnus; DSU President Harry L. Williams; Syrena Taylor, DSU student; and Mary Widhelm, Arbor Day Foundation program manager.

(L-r) Dr. Marshall Stevenson, dean of the College of Arts, Humanities & Social Science, with the 2013 Speech Tourney winners: Matthew Jones (1st pl.), Ashlee Bruner (2nd pl.), Eric Brown (3rd pl.), Thomas Jordan and Marcus Delaney (both Hon. Ment.); with Dr. Sam Hoff, Speech Tourney advisor.

Dr. Bradley Skelcher, associate provost, Richard Ruben, Delaware representative of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve organization, and Dr. Alton Thompson, provost and vice president of Academic Affairs, display the Above and Beyond Award.

The 50-voice DSU choir will be accompanied by a 30-piece orchestra. The choir and orchestra will be directed by Dr. Lloyd Mallory, Jr., DSU director of choral activities.

Senior Class officers have a photo moment the University president after their meeting: Gianna Harris, vice president; Quendera Turner, corresponding secretary; DSU President Harry L. Williams Cearra Jones, treasurer; Arabia Colon, recording secretary; and Alexis Davis, president.


The University Symphonic Band and the University Jazz Ensemble will perform selections from renowned symphonic and jazz composers during the Spring Concert.

Delaware State University will feature Charles Frank Bolden, Jr., the first African American to serve as the Administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as the keynote speaker of its 2013 Commencement Ceremony on May 19.

U.S. Sen. Tom Carper converses with a DSU student as she paints at the Simon Circle Boys & Girls Club in Dover as part of the University's Inspired Day of Service. Sen. Carper joined the students and assisted in the painting project.

Undergraduate students will pay the DSU cashiers less for 2013 summer sessions courses, which has been reduced by 35%.


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