DOVER, Del. (AP) — A federal magistrate says a white man who lost his job at historically black Delaware State University should be allowed to pursue his racial discrimination lawsuit.
Driver dies of crash injuries, hazing probe continues
DOVER, Del. (AP) — Delaware State Police say a 23-year-old man has died of injuries from a crash that prompted campus officials to investigate alleged hazing at Delaware State University and...
University to probe alleged hazing after 4 hurt in car crash
DOVER, Del. (AP) — Officials at Delaware State University are investigating alleged hazing after a crash that seriously injured four students.
Twin Poets give voice to social justice
DOVER, Del. (AP) — Once one understands the vocations and livelihood passions of The Twin Poets, the sources of their spoken word creations are no mystery.
Cocaine-using white woman sentenced in black student slaying
BEAR, Del. (AP) — A Delaware woman has been sentenced to 15 years in prison after pleading no contest to killing a man who was driving by her home.
DOVER, Del. (AP) — Maybe it's been done before, but perhaps not.
Juneessa Pressley earned undergraduate degrees simultaneously from both Delaware State University and the University of Delaware in the wide-ranging fields of music and chemistry.
After receiving her diploma from DSU this past Saturday with over 600 other graduates, the 21-year-old Caesar Rodney High product still has a UD ceremony to attend on May 26.
Delaware State University selected Wilma Mishoe as interim president of the historically Black college in Dover, Del. The announcement was made Nov. 2.
Mishoe is currently the chairwoman of the school's board of trustees and will replace President Harry Williams, the 10th president of DSU, effective on Jan. 25.
Delaware State Univ. ‘Durag Day’ focuses on HBCU campus safety
Colleges across the country are celebrating an essential Black hair accessory. “Durag Days” are taking place at campuses nationwide. It typically starts with students at one college challenging another college to show off their best durags.
Delaware State University students used their “Durag Day” to advocate for campus safety on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) nationwide.
University president to lead Thurgood Marshall College Fund
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — The president of Delaware State University will leave his post in January to lead the Thurgood Marshall College Fund in the nation's capital.
Delaware State president to lead Thurgood Marshall College Fund
The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) named Harry L. Williams as the new president of the nonprofit organization that represents 47 publicly supported Black college member schools.
Williams is the 10th president of Delaware State University, an historically Black institution in Dover, Del. His tenure will begin in February and he replaces Johnny C. Taylor Jr., who led the TMCF for seven years and announced his departure in June.
Discrimination suit against historically black school tossed
DOVER, Del. (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed a racial discrimination lawsuit filed by a white man who lost his job at historically black Delaware State University.
In dismissing claims asserted by Jeffrey DeMoss, the judge on Thursday cited, among other things, qualified immunity for government officials. He did give DeMoss a chance to file an amended complaint.
Last weekend, I did something that I always do around this time of the year. I have done this for almost 60 years, since my freshman days at Delaware State College, now Delaware State University. Perhaps I should couch things a bit differently and not indicate that I have done these things each year but rather indicate that I have attempted to continue to do these things over the years as I once did.