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Arts and Culture

Bari White portrays his years at the university through his clothing collection

BY DANI BEAMISH Managing Arts and Culture Editor Graduating senior Bari White was inspired by his father's work as a hardscaler and a...

Friends of the UD Library celebrates fundraising for Morris Library with an annual dinner

Senator Tom Carper and “The New Yorker’s” Adam Gopnik join the Friends of the University of Delaware Library at their annual dinner on April 25 to celebrate their fundraising efforts for the University of Delaware’s Special Collections Department.

The university’s a cappella groups compete in this year’s ICCAs

The university has over 10 a cappella groups, all of which have annual concerts and three of which are taking their shot to compete on an international level. 

Commentary: University exhibition acknowledges contributions of everyday people in the Civil Rights Movement

BY TESS WILLIAMSStaff Reporter Famous names like Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X often come up during conversations about the Civil Rights...

Asian Awareness and Perspective Connections magazine seeks to represent Asian American students at the university

BY SOPHIA JOHNSONSenior Reporter According to the university’s Institutional Research and Effectiveness Department, 68.4% of undergraduate students identify as white on campus as of 2020....

The invisible disability: Deaf students share thoughts on university support

BY TABITHA REEVESStaff Reporter For hard-of-hearing students at the university, accommodations both inside and outside the classroom support their success. Aside from The Office of...

“Bringing that dream to more people:” Artist Phoebe Beasley’s collages featured in university exhibit

BY DANIELLE BEAMISHSenior Reporter Phoebe Beasley’s high school guidance counselor doubted her plans to become a visual artist. Granted, in the 1960s it was uncommon...

Commentary: Mineralogical Museum holds beautiful minerals, but the science is a lot to digest

The museum displays over 3,000 crystalline specimens that were donated to the university and, lucky for you, is open for the public to visit throughout the semester.

Commentary: Emile Milgram’s recent exhibition pushes past traditional artistic boundaries

From March 21 to March 25, Recitation Hall Gallery hosted a new exhibition by Miami-based artist Emile Milgram called “Catch and Release: Collections for the 181 by Emile Milgrim” which was a collection of pieces from other lesser-known Miami artists.

The making of HTAC’s “High School Musical”

On March 17, 18 and 19 HTAC performed “High School Musical” in Pearson Hall, marking its first production of the spring semester.

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