Category: News

Catcalling on campus

Catcalling on campus

Campus News- April 28, 2019

A national survey of 2000 people nationwide conducted by the nonprofit Stop Street Harassment found that 77% of women and 43% of men have experienced ...

A look into the university’s history of gender integration

A look into the university’s history of gender integration

News- April 28, 2019

A deep dive into the history of how the university became desegregated along gender lines.

Female RSOs represent university students

Female RSOs represent university students

Local News- April 28, 2019

Several Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) on campus recognize the apparent disparity of women in professional leadership positions and are taking steps to solve the problem.

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, ...

The Main Street calzone monopoly

The Main Street calzone monopoly

Local News- April 22, 2019

After five years of being on the outskirts of Main Street, D.P. Dough has merged with Calios, the only other calzone competitor in Newark, and ...

North Korean defectors visit campus, share their suffering

North Korean defectors visit campus, share their suffering

Campus News- April 22, 2019

Two North Korean defectors came to Mitchell Hall on Tuesday to share their experiences of the desperate conditions in their totalitarian home country and their ...

SGA elections, many uncontested, bring new cabinet and senators for 2019-2020 year

SGA elections, many uncontested, bring new cabinet and senators for 2019-2020 year

News- April 22, 2019

The majority of positions up for election had only one candidate running.

Is it time for a new library?

Is it time for a new library?

Campus News- April 21, 2019

Fixing the library's deferred maintenance would cost about $45 million, a library official said.

SGA candidates debate mental health, public relations and other student life issues

SGA candidates debate mental health, public relations and other student life issues

News- April 16, 2019

The window for students to vote for the Student Government Candidates will begin midnight on April 17 and close on April 19.

Institute for Global Studies Addresses Lack of Diversity in Study Abroad

Institute for Global Studies Addresses Lack of Diversity in Study Abroad

Campus News- April 14, 2019

Traditionally underrepresented study abroad students said people should not let worries of discrimination prevent them from pursuing opportunities to take classes in another country.