Category: Coronavirus

Check this page frequently for the latest coronavirus coverage at the University of Delaware.

 

Opinion: How COVID-19 has affected the movie theater experience

Opinion: How COVID-19 has affected the movie theater experience

Coronavirus- December 29, 2020

The pandemic could perhaps be the end of movie theaters as we once knew them. Read More

Restrictions due to the coronavirus heighten holiday nostalgia

Restrictions due to the coronavirus heighten holiday nostalgia

Campus News- December 23, 2020

The holiday season has always been a time to visit with family and engage in various traditions, now there is a sense of nostalgia associated ... Read More

University students may be hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine

University students may be hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine

Campus News- November 30, 2020

Students say they are hesitant to get a COVID-19 vaccine, despite the university's plans to have them available on campus. Read More

“All the religions and cultures together”: Celebrating Diwali in the age of coronavirus

“All the religions and cultures together”: Celebrating Diwali in the age of coronavirus

Campus News- November 22, 2020

On Nov. 14, many Indian families gathered to celebrate Diwali; however, the festival had to be altered this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Read More

Where are they now? Life after graduation in the time of coronavirus

Where are they now? Life after graduation in the time of coronavirus

Coronavirus- November 13, 2020

With little knowledge about when the COVID-19 pandemic will end, young Americans are tasked with making big decisions about their future. Read More

Addiction during the pandemic: A conversation with the Collegiate Recovery Community

Addiction during the pandemic: A conversation with the Collegiate Recovery Community

Campus News- November 5, 2020

The Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) moved its resources online in March and has been continuing to aid students recovering from various addictions. Read More

The safety of mail-in voting

The safety of mail-in voting

Coronavirus- November 3, 2020

With over 49 million mail-in votes already entered, many Americans worry that the government will not be able to prevent voter fraud or foreign meddling. Read More

Being a poll worker in the era of the coronavirus

Being a poll worker in the era of the coronavirus

Analysis- November 3, 2020

This year, polling places and poll workers face a more daunting environment than is typical of these elections due to COVID-19. Read More

A positive of COVID-19: Increased political participation among UD college students

A positive of COVID-19: Increased political participation among UD college students

Campus News- November 2, 2020

The interruption of daily life caused by COVID-19 has impacted the political awareness and participation of students at Delaware. Read More

A look at Grottos and Main Street: Are university students following COVID-19 protocols?

A look at Grottos and Main Street: Are university students following COVID-19 protocols?

Campus News- October 30, 2020

In late August, Newark imposed a social distancing ordinance limiting private gatherings to 12 people at maximum, but students still find ways to socialize. Read More