Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Campus Life

Graduation horoscopes

Some of those graduating may be unsure about their futures or simply curious about what they’ll truly hold. Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick and Staff Writer Percy Allen III rummaged their brains for each sign and created personalized predictions for their post-graduate endeavors.

Spotlighting mental health during the month of May

Staff Reporter Cayla Mutchnick discusses mental health tactics you can try during May, Mental Health Awareness Month.

Feature: Annabelle Brame’s senior fashion collection

The university’s fashion community has come together to create UD Fashion Week. Annabelle Brame, the co-president of Synergy Fashion Group, displayed her collection at the fashion show.

Queer art and representation at the university

The university’s programming board hosted an event with drag queens Alyssa Edwards and Shea Couleé. Many students were excited to hear that they were coming to perform on campus but also believe the university can do more for queer appreciation.

Poem: Just wanted to count some sheep

Independence Hall's fire alarm has become notorious for going off in the middle of the night. Staff Writer Kel Marquez writes in the wake of a disrupted night's sleep.

Maintaining friendships post-graduation

As graduation approaches, some might be wondering how they’ll stay in touch with their friends despite geographic distance. Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick has some experience with doing this and shares exactly how to ensure your college friendships are timeless.

Poem: The next step of life

Following the decision to become a double major her freshman year, Associate Arts and Culture Editor Patricia Harden looks ahead to what awaits her in life. They also express their farewells to the graduating senior class.

The challenge of Black representation among university professors and academic spaces

Although the university prides itself on diversity, equity and inclusion, the racial makeup of the university's faculty lacks diversity, with only a small percentage of the faculty being of color and an even smaller percent being African American. Assistant professor at the university, Délice Williams, comments on this gap and touches on the holistic importance of Black educators and representation.

Farewell, The Review

After only two years at the university, Staff Writer Caroline Powell reflects on her time at The Review as graduation approaches.

Personal essay: Writing until my words mold into one

With all the life lessons we learn, some of us find out what it means to be alone. Although isolation is difficult, we may not be as lonely as we believe. Staff Reporter Kel Marquez writes about her experience with solitude.

On writing: Three undergraduates and their novel projects

Is writing a novel your dream accomplishment, or even simply an item on your bucket list? Does that feat seem impossibly far away because of your current academic commitments? If so, you may want to heed the words of Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Gaby Nieves and Staff Writers Percy Allen III and Jeni Nance, three full-time undergraduate students who have written or are writing the first draft of their novels.

Personal essay: Let’s not forsake the postcard

Although still occasionally utilized for communication and commemoration, finding postcards – at least in Newark – is no longer an easy feat. Executive Editor Nadya Ellerhorst is forced to tackle the question: Have postcards lost their relevance?

Which Delaware fraternity throws the best party?

Embark on a thrilling journey through university nightlife as we uncover the fraternity reigning supreme in party prowess. Amidst the chaos of Greek life, one question echoes: Which fraternity holds the key to the ultimate soirée?

Springtime in Delaware: What to do on a college student’s budget

From soaking up the sun on the Delaware beaches to exploring some of the First State’s historic towns and landmarks, spring has sprung in “the 302,” and the state offers something for everyone. This guide has all the details on how you can enjoy the warmer weather in a distinctly Delaware way – and on a college student’s budget.
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