The Delta Statement

A Spark to Start a Fire

A Spark to Start a Fire

Kole Oakes, Editor-in-Chief February 6, 2018

    As an African-American organization Delta State's African-American Student Council has a lot of events planned for Black History Month. On Feb. 5, at 6:00, they will be hosting...

Young Maudlin Cafeteria is set for a few changes by the end of the summer.

DSU Gets New Cafeteria

Selby Matyakubova, Staff Writer February 5, 2018

Starting fall semester 2018, DSU students will eat in Young-Mauldin cafeteria, which is currently under reconstruction. DSU allocated $9.2 million for the renovation of this building, which will include...

Phi Mu wins the intramural ultimate frisbee tournament (Oct., 2017).

Whatever Boys Can Do…

Tasha Toms, Staff Writer February 1, 2018

For the first time ever in Delta State history, there are more female students signing up for and participating in intramural sports than males. In case you didn’t know, our University is home to...

DONT FEED THE CATS! signs that are placed throughout DSU campus.

CAUTION: Campus Cat Cameras

Stormy Ferrell, Publisher January 25, 2018

Have you noticed the warning signs that were recently posted around DSU campus? If not, it’s probably because most of them have been knocked over and eventually covered by dead leaves. So, to fill...

A Specter is Haunting Mississippi

A Specter is Haunting Mississippi

Kole Oakes, Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2018

“Yes, I am a Communist and I consider it one of the greatest honors, because we are struggling for the total liberation of the human race.” – Angela Y. Davis “The Communists disdain to conceal...