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"Stories from the Oaks" Archives


Sheila Judge: Surviving breast cancer


Hear this alumna's story on her journey back to the classrooms of Fair Dillard


Experience, energy and a legacy to uphold: Meet Dillard’s director of alumni relations


Nursing major juggles a pandemic, pregnancy, a hurricane and mommy blues on the road to her BSN


Theatre majors soar in production of ‘Fly’


Seven for Seven

Marquee speakers


Centers and co-curricular programs come alive


It's game time


A SAFEty net for students


Boosting academics


Fundraising successes


$168.8M Katrina loan forgiven



Dr. Kim Moorehead's '04 journey back to Dillard: "Dillard has always been on my radar."


Dillard Pre-Law: Diversifying the Legal Profession

Attorney Dante Butler is ready to inspire as the new Dillard Pre-Law director


Dillard pre-law alumna Chelsea B. Robinson '17, Esq.: "Dillard gave me fundamental skills"


Student groups excel despite pandemic


Asia Richardson ‘24 talks COVID-19 grief after seven family members were infected with the coronavirus


Justin's journey


Dillard's ‘Tales of Wakanda’ event highlights wonderment of Afrofuturism


Meet me at the altar: Dillard alumni finding love on The Oaks in a digital age


Women's History Month: Essential Employees Series

Essential: Phyllis Fortune


Essential: Lyntrell Picot


Essential: Angela Honora


Essential: Michelle Matthew


Black History Month

Jay H. Banks '82: Love for His Community


Jay H. Banks '82: Public Servant


Where the money resides: Miss Dillard Kaylan Tanner ‘21 talks slaying grades while managing hair care business




Dillard Dining partners with Black-owned yoga studio to relieve student stress


“The Best Local HBCU”: Married non-traditional students on why Dillard was an easy choice


Joyce Roché ‘70 drops sage advice on combating imposter syndrome


Black philanthropy: Dillard's silent hero


The brilliance and masterpiece of Dillard's School of Humanities


#BlackLivesMatter: Dillard students speak out against racial injustice across the nation


Community and Church Relations director keeps Dillard connected with New Orleanians through COVID-19




The category is: Inclusion; Jayda Washington '21, the first androgynous woman to walk in Coronation


The "Cachibona" life of Flor Martinez in New Orleans


Dillard University alumna Leah Rouege's impact on New Orleans' "Instafamous" subculture


Father's Day


Defining Motherhood


Seantrell's Story


DarLinda's Story















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