Category: Campus News

Christian Picciolini, former hate-group leader, lectures on combating hatred

Christian Picciolini, former hate-group leader, lectures on combating hatred

Campus News- March 17, 2019

Christian Picciolini lectured Thursday night on how to better understand and combat the cultural zeitgeist of ethnic supremacists and other hate-based groups.

University holds Shamrockfest as alternative St. Paddy’s opportunity

University holds Shamrockfest as alternative St. Paddy’s opportunity

Campus News- March 17, 2019

This year Student Health and Wellness hosted Shamrockfest to provide an alternative way for students to celebrate the holiday.

Student Government Survey: Why are students unsatisfied?

Student Government Survey: Why are students unsatisfied?

Campus News- March 17, 2019

The Student Government Association conducted a general survey about school-wide concerns.

Standing in the gap: a means for societal change

Standing in the gap: a means for societal change

Campus News- March 17, 2019

Symone Sanders, the national press secretary for Bernie Sanders during his 2016 presidential campaign, told students to take risks to achieve societal change.

Graduate students present environmental research

Graduate students present environmental research

Campus News- March 16, 2019

Graduate students present their environmental research at the Delaware Environmental Institute (DENIN) Environmental Graduate Student Symposium.

College Confidential: A tale of two women

College Confidential: A tale of two women

Campus News- March 10, 2019

After very different college careers, two women learned the same lesson.

Partying with a purpose: campus organization combines parties, art and charity to create connections

Partying with a purpose: campus organization combines parties, art and charity to create connections

Campus News- March 10, 2019

Metta Creative is an organization that aims to change the way millennials party by focusing on making deeper personal connections and giving back to the ...

Theologian rouses the rabble

Theologian rouses the rabble

Campus News- March 10, 2019

On Wednesday night, Bradley came to Trabant Theater to get real with students on the truth about mass incarceration and our nation’s prison system.

Campus atmosphere, opportunities draw in the class of 2023

Campus atmosphere, opportunities draw in the class of 2023

Campus News- March 10, 2019

Out of the 28,000 students that applied to be a part of the class of 2023, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will accept roughly 16,000 ...

A One Health approach to influenza

A One Health approach to influenza

Campus News- March 3, 2019

A group of scientists told students at a seminar in Townsend Hall that the flu is more complicated than they think.