NEW ORLEANS–After a five-year hiatus, the NPHC at Dillard University hosted its Step Show on April 22, 2023, during Spring Fest showcasing all of the sororities and fraternities. This was the first step show since 2018. There have been many reasons why it took five years for this to […]
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Anthony Jackson/Courtbouillon UNCF ambassador Tanika Mangum advises students on how to receive scholarships and internships through UNCF in Kearny West Wing on Oct. 9.
Anthony Jackson/Courtbouillon Students participated in ‘DU’23 vs. Everybody’ kickball game hosted by the Leadership Involvement Team, or LIT, Oct. 5.
Anthony Jackson/Courtbouillon Todd Welch, a senior physics major from St. Louis, Mo. and Brianna Thomas, a senior business major from Luling, are crowned Mr. and Miss Dillard at the Carver theatre on Oct 19.
Anthony Jackson/Courtbouillon Phillip Agnew, co-founder of the Dream Defenders after the death of Trayvon Martin in a “stand your ground” incident in Florida.
John Lawson II/Courtbouillon Brianna Exum, a sophomore business major from Oklahoma City, received a flu shot during an open house hosted by the Health and Wellness Center Oct. 2.
Anthony Jackson/Courtbouillon Keva Peters Jr., a freshman film major from St. Rose, recites a self-written poem at the Parade of Talent on Aug. 16 in Lawless Chapel. About 15 freshmen showcased their talent.
Cheryl Daniel/Courtbouillon Sadeeq Carpenter, a junior film major from Philadelphia, practices his form in martial arts class Sept. 17 as Kerry Jackson, a sophomore film major from Vallejo, Calif., looks on.
Cheryl Daniel/Courtbouillon Asia McCall of Los Angeles, a physics junior, swipes her ID card to enter Kearny Dining Hall on Sept. 4 during its grand re-opening, featuring giveways and a variety of new offerings, including sushi.