Category: Delaware News

What happened to Good Uncle?

What happened to Good Uncle?

Delaware News- March 17, 2019

Good Uncle recently shut down because the company was not reaching the goals that the CEO originally wanted, causing a revamp in the business model.

Naloxone training frightens, inspires

Naloxone training frightens, inspires

Delaware News- March 3, 2019

Naloxone is a Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved drug that can rapidly reverse the effects of an opioid overdose by restoring normal respiration.

A whole new meaning to “Campus Going Green”

A whole new meaning to “Campus Going Green”

Delaware News- February 24, 2019

An in-depth look at the culture surrounding marijuana use at the university.

“Horror and Outrage”: Legislators propose restricting abortions in Delaware

“Horror and Outrage”: Legislators propose restricting abortions in Delaware

Delaware News- February 10, 2019

A pair of Delaware General Assembly legislators introduced four bills in late January that, if passed, would tighten abortion restrictions in the state.

Delaware Memorial Bridge closed on peak traffic day

Delaware Memorial Bridge closed on peak traffic day

Delaware News- December 3, 2018

The Delaware Memorial Bridge had all of its eight lanes closed due to a flammable gas leak at a nearby chemical processing plant.

University student found guilty on one count of fourth-degree rape

University student found guilty on one count of fourth-degree rape

Delaware News- November 26, 2018

University student Jason Kramer was sentenced to two years in prison for one count of fourth-degree rape.

Carper and Blunt Rochester, both Democrats, retain seats in U.S. Congress

Carper and Blunt Rochester, both Democrats, retain seats in U.S. Congress

Delaware News- November 6, 2018

Delaware's incumbent Democrats walked away with overwhelming Midterm victories.

University community gathers for vigil in aftermath of anti-Semitic shooting

University community gathers for vigil in aftermath of anti-Semitic shooting

Campus News- October 28, 2018

A vigil was held on The Green on Sunday in response to the anti-Semitic shooting in Pittsburgh.