• Songs of My People: 25 Years Later, A PhotoNOLA Exhibition, Opens at Dillard University
    December 8 through January 12 | Dillard University | Cook Communications Center
  • World Premiere of an Original Play about Marie Laveau
    Theatre Program Launches its Historic 82nd Season
  • Dillard University's Brain Food Lecture Series served Malcolm Nance
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  • Dayton Contemporary Dance Company Aftermath
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  • Tiffany Haddish at Dillard University
    Exclusive Interview

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FEDERAL LOAN FORGIVENESS ALLOWS DILLARD TO CONTINUE TO THRIVE AFTER HURRICANE KATRINA

Congress will forgive loans awarded by the Department of Education...

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The New Orleans Tricentennial Prosperity Index

The New Orleans Tricentennial Prosperity Index

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October 27, 28, 29 & November 3, 4, 5, 2017
Cook Theatre, Dillard University

SHE DANCED WITH A RED FISH

October 27, 28, 29 & November 3, 4, 5, 2017 Cook Theatre, Dillard University

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Dayton Contemporary Dance Company Aftermath

Dayton Contemporary Dance Company Aftermath

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Dillard Students attend Black Enterprise Hackathon

Dillard Students attend Black Enterprise Hackathon

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Upcoming Brain Food Lecture

Brainfood, The Dillard University President’s Lecture Series, presents “Songs of My People: 25 Years,” an exhibition that shares the visions of 18 contemporary photographers including Jamel Shabazz, L. Kasimu Harris, D. Michael Cheers, Deborah Willis and Ruddy Roye.

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The Last Remaining Building of Straight University Connects Dillard to its Beginning

Waiting for college to talk about hazing is much too late

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