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Documenting “Documented”: Turning the Library and Museums introduction virtual

Documenting “Documented”: Turning the Library and Museums introduction virtual

Campus News- September 26, 2020

The introduction to the university's Library and Museums is done through “Documented: A Virtual Introduction to the Library and Museums."

A Conversation with Ban Ki-moon: Former United Nations secretary-general speaks to university students

A Conversation with Ban Ki-moon: Former United Nations secretary-general speaks to university students

Campus News- September 24, 2020

​The university held a special event through the Biden Institute called "A Conversation with Ban Ki-moon," headlined by the former U.N. secretary-general.

“The Onion” creator Scott Dikkers discusses the art of satire: “The world is going to hell in a handbasket”

“The Onion” creator Scott Dikkers discusses the art of satire: “The world is going to hell in a handbasket”

Campus News- September 24, 2020

Scott Dikkers, co-founder of "The Onion," spoke about the current political climate in America and how to differentiate satire from fake news.​

As East Coast campuses struggle with coronavirus, university experiences an alarming spike

As East Coast campuses struggle with coronavirus, university experiences an alarming spike

Campus News- September 24, 2020

College is back in session, but the coronavirus pandemic continues to have widespread effects in the United States.

Zoom communication trials and tips from the Communications department

Zoom communication trials and tips from the Communications department

Campus News- September 23, 2020

The transition from classroom learning to cyberspace instruction brought challenges for students and educators regarding how to communicate effectively.

State health officials say Newark is an “area of concern” in coronavirus briefing

State health officials say Newark is an “area of concern” in coronavirus briefing

Coronavirus- September 22, 2020

Newark was a major area of focus in Delaware Governor John Carney’s COVID-19 briefing on Sept. 8.

A look at this year’s primaries

A look at this year’s primaries

Delaware News- September 22, 2020

Delaware conducted its state primary elections, with progressive challengers up against longtime Democrat incumbents in statewide and local races.

Two vegan establishments open on Main Street

Two vegan establishments open on Main Street

Campus News- September 21, 2020

Two new vegan establishments, the first-ever on Main Street, have opened within the last eight months.

“Confronting the Uncomfortable”: Black Student Union holds virtual discussion about race

“Confronting the Uncomfortable”: Black Student Union holds virtual discussion about race

Campus News- September 20, 2020

BSU board members facilitated an open discussion during a Zoom event, named “Confronting the Uncomfortable: Making a More Inclusive Campus.”

Spotted lanternflies: a beautiful yet voracious pest

Spotted lanternflies: a beautiful yet voracious pest

Delaware News- September 18, 2020

The Delaware Department of Agriculture enacted a “quarantine” for the spotted lanternfly, meaning that residents must ensure they are not moving the pests.