Category: Delaware News

As East Coast campuses struggle with coronavirus, university experiences an alarming spike

As East Coast campuses struggle with coronavirus, university experiences an alarming spike

Campus News- September 24, 2020

College is back in session, but the coronavirus pandemic continues to have widespread effects in the United States.

State health officials say Newark is an “area of concern” in coronavirus briefing

State health officials say Newark is an “area of concern” in coronavirus briefing

Coronavirus- September 22, 2020

Newark was a major area of focus in Delaware Governor John Carney’s COVID-19 briefing on Sept. 8.

A look at this year’s primaries

A look at this year’s primaries

Delaware News- September 22, 2020

Delaware conducted its state primary elections, with progressive challengers up against longtime Democrat incumbents in statewide and local races.

Spotted lanternflies: a beautiful yet voracious pest

Spotted lanternflies: a beautiful yet voracious pest

Delaware News- September 18, 2020

The Delaware Department of Agriculture enacted a “quarantine” for the spotted lanternfly, meaning that residents must ensure they are not moving the pests.

Delaware Attorney General sues 31 fossil fuel companies over climate change

Delaware Attorney General sues 31 fossil fuel companies over climate change

Delaware News- September 16, 2020

Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced that the state is suing 31 fossil fuel companies for their role in accelerating climate change.

How to vote absentee

How to vote absentee

Delaware News- September 13, 2020

With the general election approaching, many students want to use an absentee ballot, but the process and deadlines can get confusing and frustrating.

High volume partying to be penalized as police enforce Newark City Council social gathering ordinance

Campus News- September 9, 2020

Newark City Council passed an ordinance outlining the penalties for anyone involved with an unlawful social gathering at a private residence.

City Council votes to strictly limit social gatherings

City Council votes to strictly limit social gatherings

Campus News- September 8, 2020

Residents are now required by law to further limit their social gatherings as Newark City Council takes measures to prepare for returning students.

Students raise over $444,000 to rebuild Chabad after arsonist burns down Jewish Student Center

Students raise over $444,000 to rebuild Chabad after arsonist burns down Jewish Student Center

Campus News- August 30, 2020

The University of Delaware Chabad, a center for Jewish life located on South College Avenue, caught fire Tuesday night.

University addresses recent federal guidance on international students for the Fall 2020 semester

University addresses recent federal guidance on international students for the Fall 2020 semester

Campus News- July 10, 2020

The Student and Exchange Visitor Program’s (SEVP) recently proposed changes to its guidelines for international students could affect millions around the country.