Category: Delaware News

Newark officials educate voters for June 19 referendum

Newark officials educate voters for June 19 referendum

Delaware News- April 24, 2018

BY RYAN DUBICKI STAFF REPORTER //embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Ryan Dubicki/THE REVIEW City of Newark officials discuss water and sewage projects at April 16 meeting. City of Newark officials held a town hall on April 16 to educate voters on the referendum that ...

Narcan: Saving lives or enabling users?

Delaware News- September 26, 2017

BY Caroline Tobin Staff Reporter When a heroin user shoots up heroin, they feel an immediate high. Their body falls into an immense relaxation and they feel no pain. They will be so calm and relaxed that they will typically ...

Number of young students vaping triples in a single year

Number of young students vaping triples in a single year

Delaware News- May 9, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Courtesy of 夏天 Delaware high school students are increasingly using electronic vapor products. BY ELLIE DELANY Staff Reporter Electric cigarettes, known as e-cigs or “vapes,” are taking the smoking world by storm. According to the Delaware Division of Public ...

Coming together in solidarity: Creating a safe space on International Women’s Day

Coming together in solidarity: Creating a safe space on International Women’s Day

Campus News- March 14, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Zoe Chaykin/THE REVIEW Last week, women from around the Newark area gathered for “A Day Without Women” with the aim to emphasize the importance of all-women in the country’s socio-economic system.. BY ZOE CHAYKIN STAFF REPORTER The election of ...

District 10 special election could shift party control in Delaware

District 10 special election could shift party control in Delaware

Campus News- February 21, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Ellie Halfacre/THE REVIEW For the first time in almost 50 years, Delaware could become a red state. A special election on the 25th will determine the state’s political future and help shape policy decision with far-reaching effects. BY SHANNON ...

Vice President Biden partners with university

Vice President Biden partners with university

Campus News- January 7, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Kirk Smith/THE REVIEW Vice President Joe Biden speaks at the university's 2014 commencement ceremony. BY MARGARET MCNAMARA INVESTIGATIVE EDITOR Vice President and former Blue Hen Joe Biden will return to the university to begin a partnership on economic and ...

The fight to legalize marijuana in Delaware

The fight to legalize marijuana in Delaware

Delaware News- December 7, 2016

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Courtesy of Katherine Hitt Delaware seeks to be added to the growing list of states that have legalized recreational marijuana. BY NATALIE WALTON SENIOR REPORTER Sen. Margaret Rose Henry is hoping to add Delaware to the list of states ...

Advocating on behalf of victims: A student’s lessons from inside the courtroom

Advocating on behalf of victims: A student’s lessons from inside the courtroom

Delaware News- December 6, 2016

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Courtesy of Olivia Blythe Senior Olivia Blythe has been conducting research with the university on domestic dispute court cases in Wilmington, Delaware. BY WILLIAM KEBBE ASSOCIATE NEWS EDITOR Inside the New Castle County courthouse, located in downtown Wilmington, you ...

Delaware with Standing Rock: Day of Action in Dover

Delaware with Standing Rock: Day of Action in Dover

Delaware News- November 29, 2016

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Kacey Cornely/THE REVIEW Protesters gathered in Legislative Park after marching in protest to legislative hall, with the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape tribe performing in a drum circle. BY KACEY CORNELY STAFF REPORTER A crowd assembled at Legislative Green Park in Dover ...

Mni Wiconi, water is life: Faculty and students speak out about #NoDAPL

Mni Wiconi, water is life: Faculty and students speak out about #NoDAPL

Campus News- November 29, 2016

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Minji Kong/THE REVIEW Students and Faculty hosted a forum last week, discussing the Dakota Access Pipeline Line and the implications it has on the indigenous people of Standing Rock. BY OLIVIA MANN, SENIOR REPORTERAND OLIVIA MANN , SENIOR REPORTER ...