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Blue Hen Veterans shares the story of Team Lioness through film showing

“Lioness” is a 2008 documentary that explores the stories of the first women in U.S. history to be sent into direct ground combat.

A delicious addition: Desserts by Dana opens in Perkins Student Center

Film Editor AJ Rubinetti highlights the new eatery and some of its most popular treats.

“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.

“You deal with it, or it will deal with you:” The original host of “Blue’s Clues” discusses mental health with university students

On Feb. 24, students stood in line outside Trabant's Multipurpose Room for up to five hours to hear Steve Burns share his advice regarding asking for help when it is needed.

Tok’ing about books: Lovers of the Library explores book trends and more

The RSO’s purpose is to provide a space to discuss books and connect people who share an interest in literature.

Sharing stories at the university’s seventh annual African American Read-In

The read-in took place virtually on Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. and was hosted by Délice Williams, associate director of composition and assistant professor of English, Tiffany Probasco, a faculty member in the Department of English and Yolanda Green, the Literature and Africana Studies Librarian at Morris Library.

Local Black history uncovered through a student and community project

Roger Horowitz, a history professor at the university, gave a glimpse into his hands-on, semester-long class on Feb. 10, during a Zoom webinar titled “Talking African American History: a Student and Community project.” 

Climate change poses a growing risk to cultural artifacts

An increase in natural disasters not only poses a threat to people and wildlife, but to cultural heritage. 

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