Category: Delaware News

The race to office, with a pit stop at the Delaware Debates

The race to office, with a pit stop at the Delaware Debates

Campus News- October 25, 2016

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Emily Tyree/THE REVIEW Last week, candidates for the governor's seat of Delaware, as well as the state's congressional seats, debated their platform against their ...

Commercial carpooling: Graduate starts ride-sharing business

Commercial carpooling: Graduate starts ride-sharing business

Campus News- October 25, 2016

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Morgan Brownell/THE REVIEW Atlas Rideshare, a Philadelphia based company, looks to connect long distance travelers to riders along their route, creating an alternative to ...

SGA holds first meeting of the year

SGA holds first meeting of the year

Campus News- October 18, 2016

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Emily Moore/THE REVIEW Staff Reporter Shannon Murphy sits in on the first SGA meeting of the year. BY SHANNON MURPHY STAFF REPORTER Students were ...

Sand tiger shark research tests new waters

Sand tiger shark research tests new waters

Delaware News- October 11, 2016

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Courtsey of Richard Ling New research on the inter-personal relationships of Sand Tiger Sharks sheds new light on a species many denigrate. BY ALANA ...

Upcoming law may allow microbreweries in the city

Upcoming law may allow microbreweries in the city

Campus News- October 3, 2016

The city of Newark is deliberating over whether or not to allow for small-scale alochol production in the form of microbreweries and beer gardens.

Professors weigh in on the climate change debate

Professors weigh in on the climate change debate

Campus News- September 27, 2016

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Morgan Brownell/THE REVIEW Most scientists agree man-made climate change is a legitimate threat and must be treated seriously. So it comes as a surprise ...

Presidential candidate Jill Stein comes to Newark

Presidential candidate Jill Stein comes to Newark

Delaware News- September 20, 2016

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Emily Tyree/THE REVIEW Presidential candidate Jill Stein visited Newark on Friday to discuss her hopes and the future of the Green Party. BY EMILY ...

An Oktoberfest of traditions, new and old

An Oktoberfest of traditions, new and old

Delaware News- September 19, 2016

From Sept. 16 to Sept. 18, the Delaware Saengerbund hosted its 38th consecutive Oktoberfest.

Rochester wins primary

Rochester wins primary

Delaware News- September 16, 2016

Lisa Blunt Rochester, the state’s former Secretary of Labor, won the primary with 44 percent of the vote, amassing 27,919 total ballots.

Coming soon to a vacant storefront near you: Main Street’s Qdoba

Coming soon to a vacant storefront near you: Main Street’s Qdoba

Campus News- September 6, 2016

Despite their initial plans to open this past spring semester, Main Street’s Qdoba has tentatively rescheduled their grand opening for sometime during this fall semester, ...