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COVID-19 has forced the Food Bank of Delaware to change its operations

Since the onslaught of COVID-19, the Food Bank of Delaware has adjusted its operations to continue to serve those who need food assistance.

How a cappella group CresHENdo made it through the pandemic

The arrival of the pandemic last spring brought forth a new challenge for a cappella group “CresHENdo.”

Delaware’s first Kung Fu Tea opens on Main Street

In April 2021, Main Street gained another bubble tea shop, Kung Fu Tea.

Newark History Museum’s 2021 Exhibits: 100th Anniversary of the Newark Country Club and “Did You Grow Up in Newark?”

During its off-season, the Newark History Museum curates new exhibits. For the 2021 season, the museum has debuted two new exhibits: 100th Anniversary of the Newark Country Club and “Did You Grow Up in Newark?”

University Hearthstone esports team set to compete in the playoffs

The University of Delaware’s Hearthstone esports team has qualified for the Hearthstone Collegiate playoffs, set to begin May 8 and last through May 15.

The pandemic’s effect on World Scholars

For many students in the World Scholars program at the university, the opportunities offered by the program played a big role in their decision to attend the university. Yet, due to travel restrictions brought on by the pandemic, many of them are not getting the experience they expected.

Reflections on the first hybrid UDance

On Sunday, April 25, the university hosted the first ever hybrid UDance event, which took place at a variety of locations on campus as well as over Zoom.

University to require vaccinations for fall semester

On Wednesday, President Assanis announced via email that the university will require all students who will be on campus this fall to be fully immunized against COVID-19 before their arrival.

A promise of diversity, low tuition cost and multiple construction projects: Looking back at Assanis’ previous term

The University of Delaware recently announced that it will be extending President Dennis Assanis’ contract for another five years, until the year 2026. Assanis took over as university president in 2016 but before served as provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Stony Brook University.

Newark Mayor Jerry Clifton reflects on last two years, looks towards the summer and fall

Over the past two years, about half of which were afflicted by the pandemic, Newark Mayor Jerry Clifton has experienced highlights and challenges.

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