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“They were confirmed positive cases and they were still in the dorm”: As cases spike, university runs out of separate quarantine and isolation housing

The University of Delaware has recently seen a spike in positive COVID-19 cases and is running out of separate designated quarantine and isolation housing.

How to read classic novels without hating your life

Classics are classics for a reason — their value has withstood the test of time.

Instant wins for District 1 candidate Horning and District 4 candidate Creecy in Newark City Council elections

Councilman James Horning and Councilwoman-elect Dwendolyn Creecy both ran unopposed and are presumed to be the winners for their respective district elections.

Delaware receives 8,000 doses of new COVID-19 vaccine

Delaware has received its first 8,000 doses of the newly approved Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

Opinion: Students should be more open to the COVID-19 vaccine

If we don’t get vaccinated, COVID-19 will take even longer to be resolved.

How UDance will take place during the pandemic

UDance’s 12-hour dance marathon will look a little different this year due to the pandemic

Movie recommendation: “The Map of Tiny Perfect Things”

"The Map of Tiny Perfect Things" is an enjoyable story of appreciating the things you may overlook.

University sophomore Brenden Moore contests incumbent Sharon Hughes in District 2 City Council election

Brenden Moore, a university sophomore and English major, has taken on incumbent Councilwoman Sharon Hughes in the upcoming District 2 election. Lauren Magee/THE REVIEW

Gianmarco Arletti’s path from Italy to the United States to Delaware basketball

From Italy to New Jersey to Delaware, the 19-year-old Gianmarco Arletti is no stranger to adapting into a new climate.

Simple ways to improve your diet

Listening to your body’s cues will help you make good choices that will keep you healthy and happy.

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