Thursday, September 29, 2022


A Day in the Life of Dayglow

Indie artist Dayglow speaks about his upcoming music and reveals what his ideal day looks like. His performance at Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware embodied his personality, leaving the audience with a cheerful impression of who Dayglow is. When not on tour or at events, Dayglow spends time doing what he loves most.

Blue Hens take on Firefly

University students speak about their time at the Firefly Festival in Dover, DE. From campground adventures to favorite performances, the experience was nothing short of a good time.

Tuning in: Learning about students’ music tastes 

What is on UD students' playlists? Staff Reporter Zoe Lipkin answers this question by talking to students and seeing what they're streaming.

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: 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.

“We’re all coming together tonight to celebrate women:” College Music Society holds annual Women in Music Concert

This event solely featured pieces by female composers to honor them and promote diversity in the orchestral industry.

Commentary: Why The Crew’s DJ Showcase was so poorly attended

While the low turnout was surely disappointing for The Crew, the issue may be something simply out of their control.

University Wind Ensemble to travel to Prague this summer

The Wind Ensemble has been invited to perform at the World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles (WASBE) Conference in Prague, Czech Republic, this summer.

The D Sharps, the university’s premier all female-identifying acapella group, to open for the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall

On Dec. 20 the D Sharps will be opening for the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall in New York City as a part of the “Sounds of Christmas” program.

Western classical music meets Nigerian film

On Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. the university's symphony orchestra performed the live soundtrack for the world premiere of the film “Cordelia” in Mitchell Hall.

Commentary: “Still Breathing”: bringing concert life back to the university

Staff Reporter Tess Williams attended the "Still Breathing" student composition concert on Oct. 8.

Four paths, one quartet: Abeo Quartet to study at the School of Music

From their early childhoods to their adulthood musical careers, the members of the Abeo Quartet have all had unique experiences that led them to where they are today.

Firefly to require proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test for entry

Considering the festival’s close proximity to campus, it is common practice for university students to attend.

Welcoming jazz and improvisation and game studies and esports majors to the university

These majors have just been finalized but both have been in the works for years.