Lezlie Taylor, teacher at the Hamilton White Child Development Center, was recently honored as Delta State’s March 2014 Employee of the Month. Originally from Cascilla, Miss., Taylor moved to Cleveland in 2004. "I
The Delta State University Chorale was selected by audition to perform at the Mississippi Music Educators Conference at the University of Southern Mississippi on April 4. Only four total choirs were selected this year.
Senior music industry studies major Hyacine do REGO presents “Africa's Rhythms & Rhymes” concert April 17 at 7 p.m. in Delta Music Institute’s Studio A on the campus of Delta State. The free concert will feature a
The Delta Center for Culture and Learning recently introduced representatives of the MacDowell Colony to the Delta’s cultural heritage. The MacDowell Colony is the oldest artist’s and writer’s colony in the U.S. The
Dr. Luther Brown, director of The Delta Center for Culture and Learning, recently had the opportunity to address a group of 150 Congressmen, Senators and their staff members as part of the Faith and Politics Institute 2014