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And the winner is…

And the winner is…

April 29, 2022

  Aretha McKinney/Courtbouillon NEW ORLEANS (April 29, 2022) – Dr. Walter Kimbrough, DU president, shows his moves Sunday afternoon during a softball game on the presidential lawn in front of Stern...

President Kimbrough is right: ‘Excellence lives here’

President Kimbrough is right: ‘Excellence lives here’

Jorden Hampton Editor-in-chief March 27, 2022

  Jorden Hampton     NEW ORLEANS (March 28, 2022) – With more than 100 historically black colleges and universities in the United States, HBCUs outperform other institutions in...

DU underclassmen find curfew policies ‘ridiculous’ but safe

Kristin Livingston December 4, 2013

Dillard students have mixed feelings about curfew for freshmen and sophomores, seeing it either as an attempt to instill mature behavior in students or rebutted as crippling students' abilities to make...

Hartzell expected to reopen late November

Timika Simmons December 4, 2013

A problem with a support wall delayed residents' move from Williams Hall to newly renovated Hartzell Hall in late September, but the dean of students now says residents are expected to move by the end...

Newly inducted greeks introduced during Homecoming week

December 4, 2013

Sixty-three new Greeks were introduced at the Neophyte Show on Saturday, with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority boasting the largest line with 24 new members. Hermine C. Jones, adviser to the National Pan-Hellenic...

Change society through justice, speaker urges

November 22, 2013

The Rev. Jim Wallis, a Christian writer and political activist, called for "justice and righteousness " to transform American society during his "Brain Food" lecture Oct. 17 in Georges Auditorium. The...

Dillard surpasses goal fo ’13 UNCF Walk/Run

Brandon Sledge November 14, 2013

Dillard surpassed its goal and raised $26,250 during the United Negro College Fund Walk/Run at Audubon Park on Nov. 2, according to coordinator Erica Durousseau. She said Dillard's goal was $20,000 for...

144th Founders’ Day features investiture of 7th DU president

DeLesia Daniels November 14, 2013

Fifteen months after being named Dillard University's seventh president, Dr. Walter Kimbrough was inaugurated into office Oct. 19, marking the 144th Founder's Day at DU. New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu,...

New colleges, new majors part of third restructuring since 2010-11

November 14, 2013

Dillard's academic structure changed this fall for the third time since 2010-11, including the disbanding of the College of Professional Studies and creation of the College of Health Sciences. Other changes...

New vice president for Academic Affairs among five new Cabinet members

November 14, 2013

Most of the faces have changed on Dillard's senior-level Cabinet since the arrival of President Walter Kimbrough's arrival last year.   The exceptions are Dr. Toy Barnes-Teamer, vice president for Student...

CNN analyst to speak on Tuesday; ER doctor/author on tap in spring

November 14, 2013

Sunny Hostin, CNN legal analyst and news anchor for ABC news, will speak at the 4th annual Ortique Lecture at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, in Georges Auditorium. And next semester, as part of President Walter...

Homecoming Coronation set for 8 p.m. Friday

November 14, 2013

As weeklong Homecoming festivities continue, Ward Colin and Amber Tramel will be crowned Mr. and Miss Dillard during Coronation ceremonies at 8 p.m. Friday in Dent Hall. Other events on tap to close out...

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