Category: News

Philosophers debate: Do nations have a right to exclude immigrants?

Philosophers debate: Do nations have a right to exclude immigrants?

Campus News- November 12, 2019

The Class of 1955 Ethics Endowment Fund and the Department of Philosophy presented “Debating Immigration: Do Nations Have a Right to Exclude Immigrants?”

Former UD women’s volleyball coaches’ allegations of discrimination partially rejected by judge

Former UD women’s volleyball coaches’ allegations of discrimination partially rejected by judge

Campus News- November 12, 2019

Former volleyball coaches' claims that UD fired them based on sexual orientation, marital status and age have been partially rejected.

Mayor Jerry Clifton reflects on involving constituents, renewable energy

Mayor Jerry Clifton reflects on involving constituents, renewable energy

Local News- November 12, 2019

Jerry Clifton has been Newark's mayor since last April. He believes his time in office has already brought results.

Prominent Christian apologists speak at Trabant

Prominent Christian apologists speak at Trabant

Campus News- November 11, 2019

On Nov.4, Christian authors and self-identified Christian apologists Zacharias and Abdu Murray came to the Trabant Student Center to speak to students.

University seniors take home big money for their business in regional pitch competition

University seniors take home big money for their business in regional pitch competition

Campus News- November 11, 2019

University seniors James Massaquoi and Sury Gupta recently obtained $50,000 for their company, 360VR Technology.

The Honors Program and forced triples in Redding

The Honors Program and forced triples in Redding

Campus News- November 10, 2019

An influx of students enrolled in the Honors Program this academic year.

“I’ll never apologize for ‘sit down and shut up:’” Chris Christie speaks on civil political discourse

“I’ll never apologize for ‘sit down and shut up:’” Chris Christie speaks on civil political discourse

Campus News- November 10, 2019

During the fifth event of this year’s National Agenda series, Chris Christie discussed the intricacies of civil yet open political discourse.

The Freshman 15: Calorie counting and disordered eating in college

The Freshman 15: Calorie counting and disordered eating in college

Campus News- November 10, 2019

The students in personal health management classes have to count another aspect of their lives for a week: the amount of calories they eat.

TEDx looking to spread the idea for speakers to apply

TEDx looking to spread the idea for speakers to apply

Campus News- November 10, 2019

TEDx University of Delaware originally started out as an idea by students from the Blue Hen Leadership Program.

HenLaw teaches, inspires future lawyers

HenLaw teaches, inspires future lawyers

Campus News- November 10, 2019

For students who want to be a bit better prepared, the university offers up HenLaw, a Registered Student Organization for those interested in law school.