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Fitness accounts to follow for fun and unique exercises

Before COVID-19 struck, my main source of exercise and movement was walking across the expansive Green in the beautiful weather while navigating from class to class. Nowadays, my exercise consists of walking to the kitchen for a box of cookies.

When does self care become toxic?

Self care has become more of a trend than a necessity for stable mental health.

Opinion: Delaware’s plastic bag ban is a good start despite the naysayers

Paper or plastic? The age-old question that has defined shoppers as either environmentally conscious or careless is now a thing of the past for Delawareans.

Easy breakfast recipes: Here to save your day from the Start

Here are five easy and tasty breakfast recipes that have made my life easier and even better, by the way, most of them only require just five ingredients.

University releases updated COVID-19 plans for upcoming Spring 2021 semester

In an email sent to the university community on Tuesday evening, the university highlighted new protocols and requirements, as it expects to feature more in-person classes for students and host approximately 4,000 students in the residence halls.

How makeup stores are staying safe

As a result of COVID-19, makeup stores like MAC Cosmetics, Sephora, Ulta Beauty and Macy’s have had to take extra precautions to ensure the safety of their customers.

Zach DeLong: Psychology B.A. to circus performer to coffee truck owner

Many Americans claim that they are coffee addicts, but none love it quite as much as Zach DeLong.

Caffé Gelato’s greenhouses: outdoor dining with the comforts of inside

Ryan German, the owner of Caffé Gelato, has found a new way to expand outdoor dining while maintaining a comfortable temperature: greenhouses.

Second half drought plagues Blue Hens in loss against La Salle

On the road in Philadelphia, Delaware fell to 2-2 after losing to the La Salle Explorers by a score of 71-61. It was the Blue Hens first matchup in over a week, since beating George Washington last Friday.

An open letter from the AAUP to the faculty

The following open letter is the third to have been written by the AAUP-UD this semester.

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