Delaware State University will christen its 2010-2011 Mr. and Miss DSU Richie Rohan Cyrus and Tiffany Laibhen during its annual Coronation Ceremony at 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 10 in the Education & Humanities Theatre.
The 2010-2011 Mr. and Miss DSU, (l-r) Richie Rohan Cyrus and Tiffany N. Laibhen.
The Coronation will be presented under the theme “A Whole New World” and will include music and dance performances by the entire Royal Court as well as the University’s organizational kings and queens. The event is free and open to the public.
The 2010-2011 Miss DSU is Tiffany N. Laibhen, a senior textile and apparel studies major from Philadelphia who maintains a 3.5 GPA. She is the oldest daughter of Robin and Lee Laibhen of Philadelphia, Pa.
Ms. Laibhen has been a Hornet Ambassador and has been a member of the DSU Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America, Circle K International, Republic of Fashion, Limitless Fashion Club, National Honor Society and Campus Activity Board.
Her career aspirations are to be a fashion designer for non-traditional markets such as the physically challenged and military.
During her reign as Miss DSU, Ms. Laibhen plans to promote the ways in which students should carry themselves academically and socially. “That means being a person that uplifts themselves as well as others around them and their University,” she said.
The 2010-2011 Mr. DSU is Richie Rohan Cyrus, a senior information technology major from Brooklyn, N.Y. who maintains a 3.6 GPA. He is the oldest son of Juden and Cheston Cyrus.
Mr. Cyrus has been a vice president for the DSU Chapter of Big Brother, Little Brother. He also has been a tutor for the Department of Computer and Information Sciences, a mentor for the DSU HBCU-UP Program, as well as a residential assistant in Warren-Franklin Residence Hall.
His career aspirations include working for the government in the area of network security “hopefully with the FBI or CIA.”
During his reign as Mr. DSU, Mr. Cyrus said he would like to make students more comfortable in approaching the Student Government Association. “I would also like to put in more mentoring programs on campus, and especially reach out to freshmen males,” he said. “I want to help bridge the gap between students and administration.”