Category: The Centerpiece

Seven thoughts following Delaware’s 38-14 win against New Hampshire

Seven thoughts following Delaware’s 38-14 win against New Hampshire

Football- October 20, 2018

Executive Editor Brandon Holveck breaks down Delaware's fifth win of the season.

Arlett takes hits at Carper in Senate debate

Arlett takes hits at Carper in Senate debate

Campus News- October 17, 2018

Democrat Tom Carper and Republican Rob Arlett took the stage at Mitchell Hall Wednesday night.

Blunt Rochester sticks to moderate script in debate against volatile Walker

Blunt Rochester sticks to moderate script in debate against volatile Walker

Campus News- October 17, 2018

Lisa Blunt Rochester and Scott Walker debated Wednesday night at Mitchell Hall.

“It was a great play”: Kehoe and the Blue Hens sidestep Elon

“It was a great play”: Kehoe and the Blue Hens sidestep Elon

Football- October 15, 2018

How Delaware turned around its offense in their 28-16 win over No. 5 Elon.

“Rebuild or revamp”: SGA discusses future plans for student centers, search for VP of student life and sexual assault

“Rebuild or revamp”: SGA discusses future plans for student centers, search for VP of student life and sexual assault

Campus News- October 15, 2018

In the midst of midterms exams and fall weather the new and returning Student Government Association senators met for the first time this past Thursday.

Delaware upsets No. 5 Elon, reignites playoff aspirations

Delaware upsets No. 5 Elon, reignites playoff aspirations

Football- October 15, 2018

Delaware made big plays offensively late in the second half to pull off the upset.

Female candidates from across Delaware gather for “Pink Wave” rally in Newark

Female candidates from across Delaware gather for “Pink Wave” rally in Newark

Local News- October 8, 2018

On Oct. 8, over a dozen female democratic political candidates riding this years so-called “Pink Wave” gathered in Newark to rally supporters.

Major financial announcements and a protest: from the university’s Board of Trustees Retreat

Major financial announcements and a protest: from the university’s Board of Trustees Retreat

News- October 8, 2018

It was announced on Thursday that the university’s operating state budget would be about $120 million for the next fiscal year.

Minimum wage increase has mixed effects on students, businesses

Minimum wage increase has mixed effects on students, businesses

Local News- October 8, 2018

Delaware's minimum wage increased by 50 cents this week. Here's how it's affecting Newark businesses and their student employees.

Students say KavaNAH to Supreme Court confirmation at campus rally

Students say KavaNAH to Supreme Court confirmation at campus rally

Campus News- October 6, 2018

Students protested Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court on Friday. Their protests went unheard, as Kavanaugh was confirmed by a vote of 50-48 on ...