Category: Opinion

Editorial: Engineering an Election: Expectations for the Dean Candidates

Editorial: Engineering an Election: Expectations for the Dean Candidates

Opinion- May 8, 2018

The election of a new dean to the College of Engineering provides the opportunity for this department to gain a fresh perspective.

Letter from the editors

Letter from the editors

Opinion- May 8, 2018

Caleb Owens and Brandon Holveck, the Editor in Chief and Executive Editor for the 2018-2019 year, on the future of The Review.

Opinion: Technology will save your tax dollars!

Opinion: Technology will save your tax dollars!

Opinion- May 8, 2018

Kathy McGuiness, a candidate for State Auditor, makes the case for the great potential Delaware has to modernize the Office of the Auditor of Accounts and how technology could save taxpayer dollars.

Staying Informed: Are UD Students Prepared for a Disaster?

Staying Informed: Are UD Students Prepared for a Disaster?

Opinion- May 8, 2018

Survival in a disaster event often depends on immediate action. Are University of Delaware students prepared for a potential disaster?

Opinion: Voices of the Divide Contest Winner Should have Recognition Revoked

Opinion: Voices of the Divide Contest Winner Should have Recognition Revoked

Opinion- May 8, 2018

Nicholas Pirhalla, an English student, makes the case for a "Voices of the Divide" contest winner to have their recognition revoked.

Opinion: A conservative student’s perspective on campus political culture

Opinion: A conservative student’s perspective on campus political culture

Opinion- May 7, 2018

Katie Mazur, a junior, gives her perspective on being a conservative on campus.

Link Up Against Homophobia: Statement from the Action Organizers

Opinion- April 24, 2018

Members of the LGBTQI+ campus community, who participated in a demonstration on The Green last week in response to a possible hate crime at a fraternity party, submitted the following statement to The Review. On Wednesday, April 18th, a team ...

The university’s unorthodox academic calendar is a detriment to students

Opinion- April 18, 2018

As it has for decades, the spring semester at the university starts later and consequently ends later than almost every other comparable university. This semester, the first day of classes was on Feb. 5 and the last day of final ...