The company jeniusLogic LLC. is the brain child of one of Dillard University’s very own Mr. Joshua “jL” Mitchell. jeniusLogic LLC. is a Mobile Application Development Company dedicated to revolutionizing how the Music & Entertainment Industries monetize and engage with their brand audience.
Recording Artists, Record Labels, Producers, Entertainers and Sports Figures alike share a similar need to control how their brand and its content are being distributed.
jeniusLogic and its Founder & CEO Mr. Joshua “jL” Mitchell believe that their Mobile Apps provide Industry members with the innovative tools they need to creatively express their brand, increase brand loyalty and generate revenue on a global-digital scale. In the spring of 2014, the company partnered with New Orleans Recording Artist & Music Producer DeeLow The Diamond Man for the development and publishing of the Arcade and Music Game App entitled Diamond Man.
The innovative company has also developed Brand Mobile Apps with features such as social media feeds, music distribution and merchant services. They are currently in the #Sprite6Mix #ChangeTheGame contested hosted by LeBron James.
The money won from the #Sprite6Mix contest will go to further development of the Diamond Man Game and the final development phases of our Brand Mobile Apps.
Please support this son of Dillard University as he creatively changes the approach of both technology and music.
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“Increasing Creative Expression Through Technological Innovation”
Mrs. Pamela Francois, National President of the Dillard University National Alumni Association (DUNAA) http://www.dunaa.org
The Dillard University National Alumni Association, Inc. (DUNAA) is working closely with the university to help increase our alumni giving rate and the deadline is swiftly approaching! By June 30th at midnight, please go to the Dillard website and give your gift of love to our alma mater! Continue reading →
DU Alumna Dr. Millie Charles received an honor of a life time for her endless service by being awarded The Times Picayune Loving Cup. She joins a list of distinguished New Orleanians who have changed their community and the people within for generations!! Please click on the link to read the entire news stories and Congrats Dr. Millie Charles!!
All Dillard University alumni are welcome to attend the town hall style meeting, Wednesday, June 25, at 11 a.m. in the Georges Auditorium to learn how the campus’ landscape will change drastically over the next several months concerning the drainage project.
The primary goal of this project is to reduce flooding throughout the campus by providing a set of drainage solutions to manage the excess of rain water. These drainage improvements will be discussed in detail in the Presentation scheduled for this upcoming Wednesday, June 25, 2014.
Dillard University is known for its awesome music department and DU Concert Choir but you do not have to be a member of the Dillard University Concert Choir to know ever note of these classic DU songs. If you attended programs at Dillard for four years these are the songs that every Dillard alumnus and student should know by heart.
5.) Lift Every Voice & Sing (The Dillard University Concert Choir version) – This song is typically the opening song at every official program and is a classic selection among black schools. The Dillard University version however is a masterful piece allowing the listener and performer to experience the complete beauty of the the poem that James Weldon Johnson created which became the National Negro Anthem.
4.) My Soul Been Anchor in The Lord – Much like the anchor on the official seal of Dillard University this song is a steadfast classic at graduation, honor convocation or official programs of the president of the university. This song confirms that our faith is IN THE LORD (please use a deep tenor and base while reading the last line – Dillard people know what I am talking about)
3) Shut De Door Keep Out the Devil – Quite ironic for a school whose official mascot is the “Blue Devil however this song is a favorite of the Dillard University Family and please don’t forget the hand claps and African call & response during the performance. (If you are not an official DU concert choir liturgical dancer please do not dance in the pews by doing a remix version of your own dance Thanks)
2.) Fare Ye Well – We need a box of tissue just typing this statement about this beloved Dillard tradition. This song is typically sung at the Spring Concert & at the end of graduation. This beautiful master piece created by our very own Mr. Davenport will always be a very important part of the tradition of graduation at Dillard.
1.) Fair Dillard – Written by Dillard University’s first president Dr. Williams S. Nelson with the music arranged by Dillard University’s first music teacher and choir director Dr. Frederick Hall Dillard University’s Alma Mater is beautiful “Fair Dillard, Gleaming White and Spacious Green, We Love Thy Every Blade and Tree. “The alma mater is typically learned at the weekly chapel programs known as Freshmen Assembly every Tuesday. Every Dillard student and every Dillard alumnus should know every word and sing it proudly.
Honorable Mentions for Dillard songs every student and alumnus should know is
Ezekiel Saw the Wheel
Joshua Fought the Battle
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Congratulations to Dillard daughter Lisa Frazier Page who was just appointed as the new St. Tammany Parish community news editor for NOLA.com at The Times-Picayune. Please click on the link to learn more about her successful journalism career.
DU Alumnus Edgar Chase IV gives advice on fatherhood with other notable New Orleans daddies in the local Times Picayune. He stated the importance of spending time with your kids. Check out the article at this link
Notable New Orleans daddies share advice on Father’s Day. What’s your tip?
William S. Matthews’ new book Everything I Needed to Know About Life I Learned from an Event Planner
Dillard University graduate William Matthew is now an author as well as a top event planner. William S. Matthews’ new book Everything I Needed to Know About Life I Learned from an Event Planner divulges the latest trends that allow hosts to produce breathtaking, yet achievable events that will have guests talking long after the party is over.
Michael Griffin of the class of 1994 and former DUNAA National President was awarded an honorary degree from Our Lady of Holy Cross College on May 18, 2014 at their 72nd Commencement. Continue reading →
Dillard University was nominated for several awards including Best Choir, Best Fine Arts Program, Best Nursing Program, Female Faculty Member of the Year – Dr. Mona Lisa Saloy, Female Alumnus of the Year – Cynthia Butler-McIntyre, Female Student of the Year – Nicole Tinson, Male President of the Year- Dr. Walter Kimbrough and HBCU of the Year. Dillard University with eight nominations have more than any other university this year. Continue reading →