Category: Local News

Tax-exempt designation grants university $4.36 million tax break

Tax-exempt designation grants university $4.36 million tax break

Local News- December 5, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Courtesy of Paul Sableman Were it not owned by the university, campus property would generate $4.36 million in taxes for the city of Newark. ...

In high demand: A sister remembers her family’s experience with heroin

Local News- September 26, 2017

BY PATRICIA HARRINGTON STAFF REPORTER One morning in early August 2016, Becca Smith woke up to a hard knock on her front door. As she ...

Students gather for first LGBTQ+ Chat and Chew of 2017

Local News- September 19, 2017

BY JACOB BAUMGART Staff Reporter On Thursday evening, students met for the inaugural LGBTQ+ Chat and Chew. Rebekah Harless-Balmer, coordinator of the LGBT program, indicated ...

SPECIAL REPORT: Delayed construction of Lang Development Group apartments leaves students stranded in hotels

SPECIAL REPORT: Delayed construction of Lang Development Group apartments leaves students stranded in hotels

Local News- September 16, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Jacob Orledge/THE REVIEW The Mill Townhouses are unfinished as of September 16. No construction workers were to be found when The Review visited the ...

Engineers Without Borders organizes bike pop-up for local elementary school

Engineers Without Borders organizes bike pop-up for local elementary school

Campus News- May 16, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.jsCourtesy of Christopher KitsonJohn R. Downes Elementary School students using the bike pop-up that Engineers Without Borders helped organize. BY NATALIE WALTON MANAGING NEWS EDITOR ...

Newark businesses prepare for student-less summer

Newark businesses prepare for student-less summer

Local News- May 15, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Minji Kong/THE REVIEWBusinesses on Main St. get ready for slow summer business. BY Aly Brown Senior Reporter On any given day during the school ...

The economics of climate change: How taxes can reduce carbon emissions

The economics of climate change: How taxes can reduce carbon emissions

Local News- April 11, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js WalterPro With emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases still on the rise, the United States stands to lose a lot if no ...

Q&A: Karyl Rattay, Delaware’s Director of Public Health

Q&A: Karyl Rattay, Delaware’s Director of Public Health

Local News- April 4, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Emily Moore/THE REVIEW BY RAAJ SINGH STAFF REPORTER For Karyl Rattay there is no such thing as a typical work day. As the Director ...

Newark named second-safest city in Delaware

Newark named second-safest city in Delaware

Campus News- March 21, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js THE REVIEW Wilmington, Newark's neighboring city was coined “Murder Town USA” because of its high violent crime per capita crime rate. BY NATALIE WALTON ...

Coming together in solidarity: Creating a safe space on International Women’s Day

Coming together in solidarity: Creating a safe space on International Women’s Day

Campus News- March 14, 2017

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Zoe Chaykin/THE REVIEW Last week, women from around the Newark area gathered for “A Day Without Women” with the aim to emphasize the importance ...