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Fall semester to have Saturday classes, all winter study abroad trips cancelled

Fall semester to have Saturday classes, all winter study abroad trips cancelled

Campus News- July 1, 2020

More details on a hybrid class model for the Fall 2020 semester were released July 1 in an email from the Office of Communications and ...

Assanis announces administrative decisions for the Fall 2020 semester, including hybrid model for classes

Assanis announces administrative decisions for the Fall 2020 semester, including hybrid model for classes

Campus News- June 23, 2020

On June 23, university President Dennis Assanis announced several of the administration’s plans for the forthcoming Fall 2020 semester.​

Decision about reopening campus to come June 17, according to Faculty Senate

Decision about reopening campus to come June 17, according to Faculty Senate

Campus News- June 16, 2020

Faculty Senate held this emergency meeting outside of their typical semester meeting dates to discuss potential plans for the Fall 2020 semester.

Collaborative Content: Black Lives Matter resource guide

Arts and Entertainment- June 16, 2020

Black Lives Matter protests have spread across the United States and the world in response to the deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, ...

Peaceful protest led in Wilmington last Friday

Peaceful protest led in Wilmington last Friday

Delaware News- June 12, 2020

Protesters gathered in Wilmington at Tubman-Garrett Park on Friday, June 5 to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement and protest police brutality.

Peaceful protest takes place in Wilmington on Sunday

Peaceful protest takes place in Wilmington on Sunday

Delaware News- June 10, 2020

On May 31, a protest for George Floyd, a man who was allegedly murdered by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, was held in Wilmington at ...

Black Lives Matter movement reaches small New Jersey town

Black Lives Matter movement reaches small New Jersey town

News- June 9, 2020

More than 200 people gathered at Mountain View Park in Middlesex, NJ, for a Black Lives Matter protest in honor of George Floyd and Breonna ...

Delaware legislature considers eliminating university FOIA exemption

Delaware legislature considers eliminating university FOIA exemption

Campus News- June 8, 2020

Representative Kowalko introduced a bill to remove an exemption in Delaware’s FOIA for both the University of Delaware and Delaware State University.​

“I’m going to use my resources:” Finance final exams under investigation for cheating

“I’m going to use my resources:” Finance final exams under investigation for cheating

Campus News- June 7, 2020

Students enrolled in Finance 311 with Chris Lynch found out that their final exam grades would be temporarily held, pending an investigation.

Wilmington residents join national movement to protest the death of George Floyd

Wilmington residents join national movement to protest the death of George Floyd

Delaware News- June 3, 2020

On the morning of Saturday, May 30, more than 100 people gathered in Rodney Square to protest George Floyd’s death.