Category: News

Middletown teen fire-bombs, vandalizes Newark Planned Parenthood

Middletown teen fire-bombs, vandalizes Newark Planned Parenthood

Delaware News- January 13, 2020

A potential act of domestic terrorism at a Planned Parenthood in Newark resulted in the arrest of Samuel James Gulick, 18.

University launches self-study to prepare for reaffirmation of accreditation process

University launches self-study to prepare for reaffirmation of accreditation process

Campus News- January 9, 2020

In 2021, the university will undergo a week-long review process to determine whether the university is eligible for a reaffirmation of its accreditation.

In year-long fundraising effort, creativity is key for UDance

In year-long fundraising effort, creativity is key for UDance

Campus News- December 5, 2019

Wednesday night, about 30 people wrote letters requesting donations for UDance, a 12-hour dance marathon that raises money to fight childhood cancer.

There’s a nursing shortage, UD students can help fix it

There’s a nursing shortage, UD students can help fix it

Campus News- December 5, 2019

The demand for nurses is growing, but the supply cannot keep up.

You are ‘entitled to a nutritious meal’: Hunger and homelessness initiatives on campus

You are ‘entitled to a nutritious meal’: Hunger and homelessness initiatives on campus

Campus News- December 2, 2019

Though the number of dorms and meals prepared by the dining halls might seem infinite, many students on campus face the lacking housing and food ...

Honors “add-on’s” have mixed bag of results for students

Honors “add-on’s” have mixed bag of results for students

Campus News- December 2, 2019

Although honors students get to sign up for classes earlier than non-honors, the spots available in those classes can be competitive.

University acknowledged for increased voter participation

University acknowledged for increased voter participation

Campus News- December 2, 2019

The university received a gold seal from the “ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge” for its excellence in promoting civic engagement through voter participation during the ...

A new beginning for the 4-H club

A new beginning for the 4-H club

Campus News- December 2, 2019

A group of university students have reinstated the 4-H club that had disappeared from campus seven years prior.

Harvard pollster John Della Volpe: Translator between millennial, baby boomer generations

Harvard pollster John Della Volpe: Translator between millennial, baby boomer generations

Campus News- December 2, 2019

John Della Volpe came to campus to discuss global sentiment, opinion and influence amongst the millennial generation as part of the National Agenda Speaker Series.

Students struggle to pinpoint victor in latest presidential debate

Students struggle to pinpoint victor in latest presidential debate

Campus News- December 2, 2019

The fifth Democratic presidential primary debate, which aired on Nov. 20, came on the heels of multiple days of impeachment hearings.