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About 25 alumni of the DSU Mass Comm Program attended the annual event to share their professional media experience with the students.

(L-r) Dr. Michael Gitcho, assistant professor of biological sciences, observes as Justin Sherard, junior biological sciences major from Baltimore, and Deidre Carter, a biology graduate student from New York City receives award recognition from Katie Macklin, executive director of the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Alzheimer Association. Mr. Sherard and Ms. Carter accepted the award on behalf of a team of 65 students who raised money for the association's Rehoboth Walk event. 

Kyle Sheppard was interviewed about his recent trip to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's headquarters in Seattle, Wash.

Roy Roper, president and CEO of the Blood Bank of Delmarva, is sworn in as the newest member of the DSU Board of Trustees by David Turner, board chair, during the body's March 24 public meeting.

Students from DSU and Johnson C. Smith University show Bill Gates some new moves during their recent visit to meet with him in Seattle, Wash.

The entire state House of Representative give a standing ovation after the performance of the DSU Concert Choir at Legislative Hall on March 22.

The DSU Debate Team: (l-r kneeling) Dwayne Morton, Patricia Calixte; (standing) Ibrahim Kamara, Kyaire Young, Rashaun Bosley, Tyler Richardson, Amani Mason, Debate Team Captain Khalil Ahmad, Richard Dickens, Sean Todd (kneeling), Jimmy Little and Debate Team Coach and Advisor Dr. Sam Hoff.

The DSU student cast of A Streetcar Named Desire”: (l-r) Adrian Hospedale, Nicole E. Miletti, Jaquan Romeo, Bria M. Borders, Jasmine J. Walker, Brittany A. Peterson and Rick K. Jackson.  

Roberto Vally (with the bass guitar) poses with the group of appreciative students (along with faculty) who were blessed to perform with him on the evening of March 17 in E&H Theatre after receiving a wealth of his music wisdom and experience during a series of masterclass workshops earlier in the day.

(L-r) First Lady "Honorable Honorees": State Rep. Stephanie T. Bolden, State of Delaware First Lady Carla Markell and State Sen. Margaret Rose Henry, along the event's host, Dr. Robin Williams.

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