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“They were confirmed positive cases and they were still in the dorm”: As cases spike, university runs out of separate quarantine and isolation housing

The University of Delaware has recently seen a spike in positive COVID-19 cases and is running out of separate designated quarantine and isolation housing.

Opinion: Students should be more open to the COVID-19 vaccine

If we don’t get vaccinated, COVID-19 will take even longer to be resolved.

Analyzing our first two weeks of Spring ‘21 COVID-19 data

The university recently announced a new series of restrictions applying to on- and off-campus students to slow the spread of coronavirus in the community before it gets completely out of hand.

Students react to the university cancelling spring break

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

Students weigh in on university and off-campus COVID-19 testing options

As of Feb. 15, the university is requiring mandatory COVID-19 testing for all students living in residence halls, and will be administering random testing to those living off-campus.

Opinion: How COVID-19 has affected the movie theater experience

The pandemic could perhaps be the end of movie theaters as we once knew them.

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.

University students may be hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine

Students say they are hesitant to get a COVID-19 vaccine, despite the university's plans to have them available on campus.

“All the religions and cultures together”: Celebrating Diwali in the age of coronavirus

On Nov. 14, many Indian families gathered to celebrate Diwali; however, the festival had to be altered this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Where are they now? Life after graduation in the time of coronavirus

With little knowledge about when the COVID-19 pandemic will end, young Americans are tasked with making big decisions about their future.

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