Category: Politics

Students react to the Midterm migrant madness

Students react to the Midterm migrant madness

Campus News- November 15, 2018

Students have mixed opinions on the issue of immigration.

Democrats claim victories in mid-Atlantic elections

Democrats claim victories in mid-Atlantic elections

News- November 12, 2018

Here is how elections previewed by the Review last week turned out and what the electorate can expect from their representatives.

Democrats tighten grip on state politics with Midterm victories

Democrats tighten grip on state politics with Midterm victories

News- November 7, 2018

Delawareans elected a majority of Democrats for state offices, gaining seats in both houses of the General Assembly.

Carper and Blunt Rochester, both Democrats, retain seats in U.S. Congress

Carper and Blunt Rochester, both Democrats, retain seats in U.S. Congress

Delaware News- November 6, 2018

Delaware's incumbent Democrats walked away with overwhelming Midterm victories.

Lavelle vs. Sturgeon: A key race you ought to watch

Lavelle vs. Sturgeon: A key race you ought to watch

Analysis- November 6, 2018

Democrat Laura Sturgeon is challenging incumbent Republican Greg Lavelle for the state senate seat in District 4.

Analysis: How Republicans have “evolved” on one of this cycle’s biggest issues

Analysis: How Republicans have “evolved” on one of this cycle’s biggest issues

Analysis- November 5, 2018

One specific issue that has been at the forefront of health care debates is the coverage of pre-existing conditions.

Midterm Overview: What to watch for in DE and surroundings states on election day

Midterm Overview: What to watch for in DE and surroundings states on election day

News- November 1, 2018

Delaware students have the chance make their voices heard, as elections in Delaware and nearby Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York all have races ...

University community gathers for vigil in aftermath of anti-Semitic shooting

University community gathers for vigil in aftermath of anti-Semitic shooting

Campus News- October 28, 2018

A vigil was held on The Green on Sunday in response to the anti-Semitic shooting in Pittsburgh.

Analysis: Breaking down the major voting rights controversy in Georgia

Analysis: Breaking down the major voting rights controversy in Georgia

Analysis- October 22, 2018

American Public Media (APM) reported that 107,000 voters have been purged from the voter rolls under the states “use it or lose it” law.