Category: News

The Plastino Scholars: funding dreams

The Plastino Scholars: funding dreams

News- September 3, 2018

The David A. Plastino Scholars Program began in 2007 as a gift from university alumnus David Plastino, who has a life philosophy of learning, living ...

Navigating the university’s attendance policy with chronic illness

Navigating the university’s attendance policy with chronic illness

Campus News- September 3, 2018

“I feel embarrassed by my illness, and I don’t want to be seen as unhealthy, so I don’t let it affect my attendance as much ...

Student political organizations stack up local and statewide elections

Student political organizations stack up local and statewide elections

Campus News- September 3, 2018

With the Delaware primaries just three days away, the campaign season is beginning to heat up.

First State is the first to ban lead paint outdoors

First State is the first to ban lead paint outdoors

Delaware News- September 3, 2018

The bill, titled HB-456, was supported by a broad coalition of public officials and interest groups.

Interns sell self-grown organic produce

Interns sell self-grown organic produce

Campus News- September 2, 2018

Interns manage the entire process from sowing the seeds, to cultivating the plants and harvesting the crops, to eventually selling them at their stand.

Experience, credibility and change central topics at U.S. Senate debate

Experience, credibility and change central topics at U.S. Senate debate

Delaware News- August 30, 2018

The Democratic primary elections nationwide have been marked by incumbent moderates challenged by a wide array of younger, more progressive candidates with fewer years of ...

Twilight Induction Ceremony celebrates new Hens

Twilight Induction Ceremony celebrates new Hens

Campus News- August 30, 2018

The flame at the candle lighting ceremony passed from the faculty to the students, until the entire green was lit and the new class erupted ...

Delaware pitcher arrested on rape charge

Delaware pitcher arrested on rape charge

Campus News- August 24, 2018

Clay Conaway, a relief pitcher for the university’s baseball team, is being held on a $70,000 bond following his arrest on charges of rape.

Delaware ranked top party school in the country

Delaware ranked top party school in the country

Campus News- August 6, 2018

The university is the nation’s top party school, according to The Princeton Review’s annual list of the Top 20 Party Schools in America.

Carney withdraws Grant’s trustee nomination as lawsuit containing sexual harassment allegations looms

Carney withdraws Grant’s trustee nomination as lawsuit containing sexual harassment allegations looms

News- June 8, 2018

Stuart M. Grant, who has been serving as a trustee on an expired term for months, has had his nomination for a second term as ...