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Coronavirus

Looking back at the university’s decision to terminate club sports

All club participants received an email saying that in-person club practice had been approved on March 1, but the university again decided to suspend all club sports shortly after that email was sent out.

Commentary: A retrospection on spring sports during the pandemic

Through postponements, cancellations and protocols, varsity sports at the university were forced to navigate shortened and unique spring schedules.

Women’s ice hockey continues to make the most out of their pandemic-plagued season

After reduced participation and the coronavirus pandemic, one club sports team made the best out of an uncertain situation.

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.

NCAA restrictions place a stranglehold on recruiting

The NCAA's coronavirus protocol on recruiting has left an incoming class of student-athletes with a lot of uncertainty.

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.”

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.

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.

Vaccinated university students reflect on COVID-19, receiving their doses

As of April 13, people aged 16 and older in Delaware are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, including all university students regardless of their home state.

Editorial: The university should require COVID-19 vaccinations

The university should make the coronavirus vaccine mandatory for students.

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