The panel for this discussion featured seven participants from various administrative departments related to student health and wellbeing to address the university's response to recent incidents of gender-based violence on campus.
On Thursday, Dec. 30, the university announced that all students, faculty and staff who will be on campus during winter session are required to test for COVID-19 at a university testing site for the first week of January. In addition, the majority of winter session classes will shift to an online format for the first week.
Election, what election? During the election that would elevate alumnus Joe Biden into the vice presidency, the Princeton Review named the University of Delaware one of the most politically apathetic campuses in the nation. Yet, high levels of voter engagement indicated 2020 brought a surge of student voters — leading the university to victory in turnout.
Student frustration towards the university continued to grow weeks after the alleged assault of a female student by a member of a fraternity. The slow response by the university has many students wondering whose responsibility it is to hold the administration accountable in times of crisis.
Newark Police responded to the 400 block of Hamlet Way at about 11:22 p.m., Nov. 20, in response to a report of an altercation at the residence by a female university student, who said that two men had attempted to remove her from her apartment.