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(L-r) Dr. Cornel West and Tavis Smiley brought their Sept. 13 Poverty Tour 2.0 event to DSU's Memorial Hall Gymnasium before a crowd of about 1,700.

UD President Patrick Harker, Delaware Gov. Jack Markell and DSU President Harry L. Williams get together before the start of the Sept. 8 DSU vs. University of Delaware game in Newark.

George Lorio, an DSU associate professor of art, has 13 sculpture and installation works on display at the University's Arts Center/Gallery until Sept. 21.

Tavis Smiley and Dr. Cornel West have made DSU a stop during its five-state Poverty Tour 2.0, through which they are advocating that the eradication of poverty in the U.S. become a top priority.

DSU President Harry L. Williams and his wife Dr. Robin Williams greeted every University member that arrived to celebrate of the reaffirmation of DSU's accreditation during a luncheon event in the MLK Jr. Student Center.

DSU's newest freshman class stands to take the oath of New Student Commitment, in which students accepted the University's call to leadership and to continue the legacy of the institution as leaders, dreamers, achievers and scholars.

Dr. Vincent Fondong, associate professor of biological sciences, has received a $1 million grant to find a solution to make the cassava plant -- a food staple of Africa and South America -- resistant to viruses.


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