Category: Campus News

The democracy of our discontent

The democracy of our discontent

Campus News- May 5, 2019

Political thinkers Sheri Berman and Jan Zielonka told students on Thursday that liberal democracy has a future despite its checkered history.

Lisa Blunt Rochester talks to students in Trabant, discusses Biden endorsement

Lisa Blunt Rochester talks to students in Trabant, discusses Biden endorsement

Campus News- May 5, 2019

Lisa Blunt Rochester spoke with students in Trabant on Friday to discuss the political landscape of America.

UD Hillel observes Holocaust remembrance week, reads names of victims aloud

UD Hillel observes Holocaust remembrance week, reads names of victims aloud

Campus News- May 2, 2019

UD Hillel, a Jewish community and student center, read, in alphabetical order, some of the names of the six million Jews killed in the Holocaust ...

Motherhood on campus and the coveted “work-life balance”

Motherhood on campus and the coveted “work-life balance”

Campus News- April 28, 2019

It’s a question that many women, at some point, must consider: When, if ever, is the right time to have a child?

Catcalling on campus

Catcalling on campus

Campus News- April 28, 2019

A national survey of 2000 people nationwide conducted by the nonprofit Stop Street Harassment found that 77% of women and 43% of men have experienced ...

North Korean defectors visit campus, share their suffering

North Korean defectors visit campus, share their suffering

Campus News- April 22, 2019

Two North Korean defectors came to Mitchell Hall on Tuesday to share their experiences of the desperate conditions in their totalitarian home country and their ...

Is it time for a new library?

Is it time for a new library?

Campus News- April 21, 2019

Fixing the library's deferred maintenance would cost about $45 million, a library official said.

Institute for Global Studies Addresses Lack of Diversity in Study Abroad

Institute for Global Studies Addresses Lack of Diversity in Study Abroad

Campus News- April 14, 2019

Traditionally underrepresented study abroad students said people should not let worries of discrimination prevent them from pursuing opportunities to take classes in another country.

A One Health approach to mosquito-borne diseases

A One Health approach to mosquito-borne diseases

Campus News- April 14, 2019

A DFW employee told students and faculty at a One Health seminar Friday that mosquitoes may cause serious diseases and are presently unstoppable.

Citing increasing demand, new counseling center system hopes to facilitate student need

Citing increasing demand, new counseling center system hopes to facilitate student need

Campus News- April 14, 2019

The point of the counseling center (above) is to help students suffering from some form of onset symptoms that they feel they cannot deal with ...