DCCC’s Art Gallery is presenting a Contemporary Exhibition, juried by Jodi Throckmorton, a Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts curator, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Nov. 6 to Dec. 13. The exhibition is one of several showcasing mediums by emerging artists in the Philadelphia area.
Four years ago, a young woman named Kelly Herron stopped to use a public park restroom in Portland, Ore. in the middle of a long training run. As she washed her hands, she instinctively felt something was wrong.
On Nov. 7, Delaware County Community College paid tribute to all veterans at the Vietnam War Veterans Memorial.
Some students know 26-year-old Michael Lounsbury as the DCCC college guy walking across campus between classes offering advice to his peers. What some students may not know about Lounsbury is that he is now the author of a newly published book.
Dr. L. Joy Gates Black swore in new members of the National Technical Honor Society during the Induction Ceremony Nov. 19 at 6:30 p.m. in the Large Auditorium on Marple campus.
“When we are all treated equal, no matter who we are or whom we love, we are all more free.”
– President Barack Obama
Campus Life hosted “Reparations and Social Justice” at the Marple campus on Oct. 8 to discuss the issue surrounding reparations for African Americans and the profound effects it is expected to have on the upcoming elections.