Category: Local News

Zach DeLong: Psychology B.A. to circus performer to coffee truck owner

Zach DeLong: Psychology B.A. to circus performer to coffee truck owner

Local News- January 8, 2021

Many Americans claim that they are coffee addicts, but none love it quite as much as Zach DeLong. Read More

Caffé Gelato’s greenhouses: outdoor dining with the comforts of inside

Caffé Gelato’s greenhouses: outdoor dining with the comforts of inside

Local News- January 7, 2021

Ryan German, the owner of Caffé Gelato, has found a new way to expand outdoor dining while maintaining a comfortable temperature: greenhouses. Read More

Egg attacks in Newark: Female university students being targeted around campus

Egg attacks in Newark: Female university students being targeted around campus

Campus News- December 26, 2020

"Egg attacks" in Newark: As many as five female university students have fallen victim to egg assailants on campus. Read More

Restrictions due to the coronavirus heighten holiday nostalgia

Restrictions due to the coronavirus heighten holiday nostalgia

Campus News- December 23, 2020

The holiday season has always been a time to visit with family and engage in various traditions, now there is a sense of nostalgia associated ... Read More

eSports still thriving: What the university’s star gamers are up to

eSports still thriving: What the university’s star gamers are up to

Campus News- December 12, 2020

eSports is puzzling, but with a quick mind for video games and hours upon hours of practice, one can finesse their way to fame and ... Read More

Newark City Council to vote on proposed six-story complex, timetable on a vote unknown

Newark City Council to vote on proposed six-story complex, timetable on a vote unknown

Delaware News- December 11, 2020

The City of Newark recommended approval for a six-story, mixed-use complex to be constructed extending down to Delaware Avenue. Read More

Defunding the police: a police chief, a lieutenant and a retired chief’s opinions

Defunding the police: a police chief, a lieutenant and a retired chief’s opinions

Delaware News- December 9, 2020

A police chief, a lieutenant and a retired chief's opinions on the concept of "defunding the police." Read More

Table toppled: Dungeons and Dragons during a pandemic

Table toppled: Dungeons and Dragons during a pandemic

Local News- December 5, 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic, players now interact with each other through online servers like Discord and Roll 20, an online virtual tabletop simulator. Read More

How voters with disabilities voted in the 2020 election

How voters with disabilities voted in the 2020 election

Local News- December 3, 2020

For disabled voters this Election Day, certain guidelines and regulations were met statewide to make voting easy and safe for all. Read More

Delaware COVID-19 cases surge with the arrival of Thanksgiving

Delaware COVID-19 cases surge with the arrival of Thanksgiving

Campus News- November 26, 2020

With the arrival of a socially-distanced Thanksgiving, Newark is seeing an all-time high of COVID-19 cases. Read More