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Dillard University becomes first school in GCAC to launch athletics app; available on IOS and Android devices PDF Print E-mail
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Screen Shot 2015-02-09 at 10.45.14 AM(New Orleans, La.) The Dillard University athletics department recently launched a new app for IOS and Android devices.  The app provides convenient access to all of the latest information regarding Bleu Devils and Lady Bleu Devils sports.

"This app advances our athletic programs even more by making it simple to connect our parents, fans and supporters to our student athletes with the touch of a finger on their phones," said Dr. Kiki Baker Barnes, Dillard's Athletic Director.

"We encourage everyone to download this app to get real-time experiences and stats during games, but mostly to watch the great people involved in DU athletics."

Enjoy the latest headlines including game recaps, upcoming events, and more.  The scoreboard feature puts the latest results at your fingertips, and one-touch access to our live-event feed instantly links you to the video and/or audio broadcast we provide for most of the athletic events at Dillard University.

There is simply no better way to keep up with Dillard athletics than with the new app.  For more information regarding DU athletics, please visit the newly renovated athletics website at www.dillardbleudevils.com

To download the new DU athletics app from your Apple (IOS) device, click on the following link.

Screen Shot 2015-02-09 at 10.45.14 AMhttps://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dillard-university-athletics/id959702805?mt=8&uo=4

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.esainc.dillard.

 
Dillard University to produce live streaming video; games at Battlefield will be shown online PDF Print E-mail
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(New Orleans, La.)  On Saturday, January 31, at the 2015 Allstate Sugarbowl Bleu Devil Classic, Dillard University will launch live streaming video for its home games at the Battlefield.  This is the first step in a major transformation for the school’s athletics department.

"Our goal is to transform Dillard University athletics to a world-class program,” said Director of Athletics Dr. Kiki Baker Barnes. This is one step toward that end.  We are proud of how far we've come. The live streaming program is consistent with our President's efforts to place Dillard as a national leader in major areas. My goal is to make athletics one of those areas."

“We want to be a leader in all aspects, including athletics,” said Dillard University President Dr. Walter Kimbrough.  “So being the first GCAC school this season to offer live streaming of games is natural to us.  But more importantly, the lessons we learn will share with the entire conference so that we will use the technology as we build the conference brand together.  It is cool being first, but it will be great if we all do this.”

After much deliberation, discussion, and debate, the University also will release a new logo for the athletics department.

“Our new logo effort was led by our athletic director, Dr. Kiki Barnes,” said Kimbrough.  “My only idea was that it had to be bold.  I think we have a strong word mark now that will replicate well.”

To complete the transformation, the University’s athletics website will soon undergo a complete makeover, adding several interactive modules, giving fans a closer way to connect with Bleu Devils and Lady Bleu Devils student-athletes.

To purchase tickets to the 2015 Allstate Sugarbowl Bleu Devil Classic when Dillard hosts Xavier in a doubleheader, click the following link http://dillard.universitytickets.com/user_pages/event.asp?id=219&;cid=30

To get more information on the Dillard University athletics department, please visit www.dillardbleudevils.com

 
Dillard Athletics to Host Billy Ray Hobley Scholarship Gala, Bleu Devil Classic Doubleheader vs. Xavier PDF Print E-mail
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Fundraiser and Rivalry Basket Ball Games set for Jan. 30 and 31

 

(New Orleans – LA) On Jan. 30  and 31, Dillard University’s athletic department will host the 7th Annual Billy Ray Hobley Scholarship Gala  and the 2015 Allstate Sugar Bowl Bleu Devil Classic, the annual basketball doubleheader featuring men’s and women’s games versus crosstown rival Xavier University. The gala will be held in the atrium of the Professional Schools Building on Friday, Jan. 30 and the basketball games will be held on the “Battlefield” (Dent Hall) on Dillard’s campus.

This year’s gala honorees are Dr. Charles C. Teamer, vice president of First NBC and former vice president of Fiscal Affairs at Dillard and Eugene Lamb Jr., ’71, alumnus and former athlete. Both will receive Dillard’s “Legacy Award” for their outstanding long-term contributions to their respective communities.

Teamer, who is well known in New Orleans’ financial arena and for his service on numerous boards and civic organizations, served in a number of positions at Dillard including concurrent roles as athletic administrator and VP of Fiscal Affairs for more than 30 years. Under his leadership in athletics, the men and women’s basketball teams won nearly 20 championships in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference (GCAC), District 30 and placed third in the National Final Four Tournament in 1984. He has served in a variety of civic organizations, including Chair of the following boards: The New Orleans Chamber of Commerce, United Way of Greater New Orleans, Greater New Orleans Foundation, Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans, World Trade Center, Urban League, Metropolitan Area Committee, Advisory Board Harrah’s Entertainment New Orleans.

Lamb, who was a member of the men’s basketball team during his undergraduate years at Dillard, returned to his hometown in Midway, Fla. where he taught Health and Physical Education, coached basketball, and worked with the Tallahassee Parks and Recreation Department for a combined 35 years.

Lamb also served on the city council and in 1986 as Mayor of the city of Midway. As a result of his dedication and civic involvement, Midway Recreation Center and Sports Complex for youth has been named in his honor.

New Orleans rhythm and blues band BRW will perform at the scholarship gala named for Hobley, the late Dillard basketball great who played for the Harlem Globetrotters. Tickets are $75, and all proceeds will go to athletic scholarships for Dillard students.

Starting times for the games on Saturday, Jan. 31 are as follows: Lady Bleu Devils basketball team will host Xavier at 3 p.m. on the “Battlefield” in Dent Hall Gymnasium, and the men’s game will follow at 5 p.m. Tickets start at $15 and are good for both games.

Tickets for the 7th Annual Billy Ray Hobley Scholarship Gala and the 2015 Allstate Sugar Bowl Bleu Devil Classic are available through www.dillardbleudevils.com and the Dillard University cashier’s office on the first floor of Rosenwald Hall (M-F, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.). Limited quantities will also be available at the door to both events.

Join us for a celebration of Dillard athletics. Come out and show Bleu Pride!

 
Dillard's Brain Food Lecture Jason Riley, author of 'Please Stop Helping Us' PDF Print E-mail
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Dillards Brain Food Lecture to Feature Jason Riley, Author and Member of the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board

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(New Orleans) – On Monday, January 26, 2015, author of Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make it Harder for Blacks to Succeed, will deliver the first Brain Food Lecture of 2015 in Georges Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Dillard’s campus. A book signing will follow the lecture. The event is free and open to the public.

In his recent book, Please Stop Helping Us (2014), Riley examines how many well-intentioned government programs are really hurting black Americans rather than helping them. For example, he argues that minimum wage laws actually price a disproportionate number of blacks out of the labor force and that affirmative action in higher education has resulted in fewer black college graduates. Riley purports that the current methods and approaches to helping the socioeconomic advancement of blacks are not working.  In 2008, his book Let Them In, argued for a more free-market oriented U.S. immigration policy. 

Riley sits on the Editorial Board of the Wall Street Journal where he has been employed since 1994. He has written opinion pieces on politics, economics, education, immigration and race, among other subjects. He has also worked for USA Today and the Buffalo News. Riley has appeared as a commentator on Fox News for more than a decade.

A native of Buffalo, New York, riley earned a bachelor’s degree in English from the State University of New York.

Seats are on a first come basis. For more information go to @DUBrainFood, visitwww.dillard.edu or call 504.816.4800.  Upcoming lecture: February 3 – Charles M. Blow, New York Times Columnist and CNN Commentator.

About Brain Food, The Dillard University President’s Lecture Series

 President Walter Kimbrough launched his official lecture series, Brain Food, April 18, 2013. Brain Food is a seven-course meal of intellectual sustenance, providing information that feeds intellectual cravings. Lectures are a way to stimulate the intellectual discourse on the campus. These noted scholars, authors, politicians and public intellectuals expose not only the campus community to their ideas and concepts, but also the broader community in which Dillard resides. The lectures are of interest to parents, high school and college teachers, lawmakers, clergy, activists, and anyone interested in understanding contemporary issues. All lectures are free and open to the public.


 
Dillard’s Brain Food Lecture to Feature Jason Riley, Author and Member of the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board PDF Print E-mail
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(New Orleans) – On Monday, January 26, 2015, author of Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make it Harder for Blacks to Succeed, will deliver the first Brain Food Lecture of 2015 in Georges Auditorium at 7 p.m.on Dillard’s campus. A book signing will follow the lecture. The event is free and open to the public.

In his recent book, Please Stop Helping Us (2014), Riley examines how many well-intentioned government programs are really hurting black Americans rather than helping them. For example, he argues that minimum wage laws actually price a disproportionate number of blacks out of the labor force and that affirmative action in higher education has resulted in fewer black college graduates. Riley purports that the current methods and approaches to helping the socioeconomic advancement of blacks are not working.  In 2008, his book Let Them In, argued for a more free-market oriented U.S. immigration policy. 

 Riley sits on the Editorial Board of the Wall Street Journal where he has been employed since 1994. He has written opinion pieces on politics, economics, education, immigration and race, among other subjects. He has also worked for USA Today and the Buffalo News. Riley has appeared as a commentator on Fox News for more than a decade.

A native of Buffalo, New York, riley earned a bachelor’s degree in English from the State University of New York.

Seats are on a first come basis. For more information go to @BrainFood, visit www.dillard.edu or call 504.816.4800.  Upcoming lecture: February 3 – Charles M. Blow, New York Times Columnist and CNN Commentator.


 
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