Hornets fall to NC Central 75-57 in MEAC quarterfinals

NORFOLK, Va. — Delaware State had already pulled off one upset in the MEAC Tournament. But trying to knock off two-time defending champion North Carolina Central was too big a task for the Hornets on Thursday night. The third-seeded Eagles sprinted out to a 16-point halftime lead before downing No. 11 DelState, 75-57, in the […]

DSU student dies from crash injuries, hazing probe continues

  SMYRNA — A Delaware State University student died Thursday from injuries suffered in last weekend’s two-vehicle crash that left the school investigating a fraternity hazing allegations. Marlon W. Jackson 23, of Townsend, suffered critical injuries Saturday when the 2007 Chevrolet Impala vehicle he was driving traveled to the middle of a Del. 1 grass […]

Update: DSU investigating hazing allegations after crash

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DOVER – Hazing allegations are being investigated after four Delaware State University students and another person were injured Saturday in a two-vehicle crash on Del. 1 near the Del. 9 overpass near Smyrna, the school confirmed. DSU President Dr. Wilma Mishoe and Executive President Dr. Tony Allen released a statement to the University community Monday […]

DSU’s Islas receives Holly Skolnick Human Rights Award

DOVER — The Americans for Immigrant Justice (AIJ) has presented DSU junior Indira Islas with its Holly Skolnick Human Rights Award for her inspiring story as a Dreamer and her advocacy for immigrants. The organization flew her to Miami, Florida., where it held its 23rd annual AIJ Awards Dinner. In a letter to the honoree, […]

Roundup: Delaware State earns 3-1 win in baseball opener against The Citadel

Dover High grad Garrett Lawson threw 6.2 solid innings and freshman Jeremy Carrow (Smyrna) tossed 2.1 innings of scoreless relief to lead Delaware State to a season-opening 3-1 victory over The Citadel in baseball on Friday afternoon. DSU scored first with three runs in the top of the seventh inning, highlighted by run-scoring hits by […]

Behavioral health forum at DelState Thursday

DOVER — Delaware State University will be the site of a one-day conference entitled “Shifting from Trauma-Informed Care to an African-Centered Healing Approach” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday in the Martin Luther King Jr. Center on campus. There is no cost for conference attendance. This workshop will address a gap in the way […]

DSU’s Mishoe proudly following in her father’s footsteps

DOVER — Just taking a stroll along the sidewalks on the campus at Delaware State University brings memories of carefree, childhood days rushing into Dr. Wilma Mishoe’s consciousness. Simply put, Delaware State University is home to Dr. Mishoe, who officially became the first female president of Delaware State University on July 1, 2018. She is […]

DSU intrigues governor with cutting-edge projects

DOVER — There are some cutting-edge projects taking place at Delaware State University’s Department of Public and Allied Health’s Kinesiology Lab, a place where professors and students are working on finding ways to prevent hip, knee and ankle injuries before they occur. Gov. John Carney joined DSU President Wilma Mishoe in visiting three different classrooms […]

Delaware State University student re-creating songs of World War I

DOVER — Growing up, brothers Jaden and Christian Adkins always believed that they would get a chance to showcase their musical talents during a monumental moment. It was just a matter of when it was going to happen. “My parents told me to keep working hard and opportunities would come my way,” Jaden said. As […]

Former professor continues case vs. DSU in 2012 incident

DOVER — More than 6 1/2 years later, a former Delaware State University professor continues to maintain the school acted improperly regarding an on-campus protest that brought his arrest and charges that were subsequently dropped or ended in mistrial. Dr. Jahi Issa’s ongoing federal lawsuit against the school includes allegations of false arrest, breach of […]