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Sophomore starts RSO to support Walk Her Home charity organization

In January, the university launched its very own Walk Her Home resident student organization (RSO), inspired by the parent Walk Her Home charity organization that strives to fight human sex trafficking and sexual exploitation in the United States. Courtesy of Walk Her Home RSO/THE REVIEW

City cancels District 2 election after university sophomore withdraws; automatic win for incumbent Hughes

University sophomore Brenden Moore has withdrawn from the District 2 election.

Crime, COVID-19, & citations: An update from UDPD

The University of Delaware Police Department (UDPD) has a full agenda right now.

Puppy Raiser clubs during the pandemic

BY CATHERINE HOGAN Staff Reporter The Puppy Raisers of UD (PROUD) and Canine Companions for Independence (CCI) are registered student...

Hsiang: Newark’s first karaoke bar

One of the added benefits of bringing a karaoke bar to campus is having a piece of home available to students that might miss it the most. In Mandarin, the pronunciation of Hsiang is both “enjoy” and “miss.”

Lori’s Hands pairs students with community members to offer aid to the chronically ill

Lori’s Hands is a nonprofit organization that pairs college students with community members who are managing chronic illnesses.

“A dominant false narrative”: the Native American Student Alliance’s work to reframe the past

The Native American Student Alliance learns aspects of Native history that aren’t usually talked about in a historically correct manner

How employees at restaurants on Main Street are managing the pandemic

The City of Newark is monitoring the spread of COVID-19 and is working to keep restaurants open while following guidelines to ensure the safety of both staff members and customers.

Delaware legislature considers voting reform efforts

Senate Bill 5 would allow all driver’s license applications to also serve as voter registration applications.

Details on Delaware’s share in the $1.9 trillion stimulus package: University receives $32 million

Delawareans can expect financial benefits from the federal stimulus package as the First State receives $1.236 billion.

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