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Delaware receives 8,000 doses of new COVID-19 vaccine

Delaware has received its first 8,000 doses of the newly approved Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

Students react to the university cancelling spring break

The university has announced another major change — it is cancelling its normally-scheduled spring break.

Delaware General Assembly: January Recap

The Delaware General Assembly began to meet virtually this January, joined by eight newly-elected Senators and Representatives.

Students find relief, only to lose it again

Dr. Peter Scoma’s psychotherapy office, located in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania saw a 50% increase in referrals and sessions after the first lockdown.

Blue Hens flock together for Biden’s inauguration: UD drumline to escort the President-elect in Washington

The University of Delaware Marching Band will be performing at the presidential escort of Joe Biden, the 46th President of the United States' inauguration.

Restrictions due to the coronavirus heighten holiday nostalgia

The holiday season has always been a time to visit with family and engage in various traditions, now there is a sense of nostalgia associated with it.

eSports still thriving: What the university’s star gamers are up to

eSports is puzzling, but with a quick mind for video games and hours upon hours of practice, one can finesse their way to fame and wealth.

Newark City Council to vote on proposed six-story complex, timetable on a vote unknown

The City of Newark recommended approval for a six-story, mixed-use complex to be constructed extending down to Delaware Avenue.

Out of the ashes: Catherine Baker discusses life in a non-elite Pompeiian neighborhood

On Nov. 19, Catherine Baker, a professor at Bryn Mawr College, discussed her work with the Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia (PARP:PS).

McBride, Morrison and Pinkney bring LGBTQ+ representation to the Delaware legislature

Sarah McBride, Eric Morrison and Marie Pinkney each made history as all three openly LGBTQ candidates decisively won their respective races.

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