Category: Delaware News

Delaware’s legislative baby steps towards a renewable future

Delaware’s legislative baby steps towards a renewable future

Delaware News- November 17, 2019

One of the State of Delaware’s major steps toward creating a better environment was passing the Renewable Energy Portfolio Standards Act in 2005.

$26 for 26 in the 26th: Graduate student Madinah Wilson-Anton is running for State House

$26 for 26 in the 26th: Graduate student Madinah Wilson-Anton is running for State House

Delaware News- October 28, 2019

Part of Wilson-Anton's campaign slogan is to encourage a $26 donation to her campaign, for a 26-year-old in the 26th district.

Air quality in Wilmington and New Castle severely affecting families with asthma

Air quality in Wilmington and New Castle severely affecting families with asthma

Campus News- October 13, 2019

For the last 20 years, the American Lung Association has rated New Castle, Delaware’s air quality with an “F”.

Former UD baseball player, Clay Conaway, convicted of rape in first of many trials

Former UD baseball player, Clay Conaway, convicted of rape in first of many trials

Delaware News- September 29, 2019

Former Delaware baseball player Clay Conaway was convicted of fourth-degree rape in the first of six cases, which include various charges of rape spanning several ...

Students React to September Debates

Students React to September Debates

Campus News- September 15, 2019

Ten of the remaining Democratic candidates in the 2020 presidential race met this past Thursday night in Houston for the third debate of election season.

Former university student sues for alleged hate crime

Former university student sues for alleged hate crime

Campus News- September 8, 2019

Rancel Valdez, a former university student and local resident, is moving forward with a lawsuit against his four attackers and the two fraternities that hosted ...

The complexities of Delaware’s abortion laws

The complexities of Delaware’s abortion laws

Delaware News- April 28, 2019

On Jan. 22, 1973, the Supreme Court made a historic ruling in Roe v. Wade that shook the nation. The country is still shaking today, ...

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.