Saturday, April 20, 2024


16-year-old Antonia Vazquez reflects on her past two years at the university

Antonia Vazquez was accepted to the university at age 14. Now, two years later, she has maintained a 4.0 GPA and is on track to finish her requirements early.

As Senate mulls TikTok bill, question of singling out the platform arises

Last month, the United States House of Representatives passed a bill that would force TikTok owners to sell the social media app or risk a nationwide ban. Some users and senators, however, share sentiments that the bill “targets” TikTok in a pool of other social media giants that have similar privacy concerns.

University researchers integrate “exergaming” to improve movement and coordination deficits in children with autism

University researchers have integrated the Nintendo Switch and exercise-based video games into pediatric physical therapy sessions, aiming to improve motor skills, cognition and social interaction for children with autism.

University faculty express concerns over spending freeze

The abrupt implementation of a spending freeze earlier this semester has left faculty grappling with increased workloads and uncertainty. Professors at the university have expressed difficulty in providing education as well as speculation about the university’s priorities and integrity.

Israeli flags removed from The Green in what the university labels a “hate crime”

An alert went out to the university community early Tuesday morning detailing a “hate crime” on The Green in which unknown individuals removed Israeli flags from a display and placed them in a trash can.

Students gather on The Green for rare partial solar eclipse viewing

University students swapped out their sunglasses for a pair of solar viewers on Monday to observe the partial eclipse as it moved over campus.

The “Ginger Run” returns as Newark’s newest holiday tradition

University students gathered on Choate Street for the second-annual “Ginger Run,” as students coined it, on March 16. Since last year, the university’s ginger population has gained momentum recruiting participants for this year’s race.

Tensions high after IDF Col. Golan Vach speaks at UD Hillel

UD Hillel hosted Col. Golan Vach, a member of the Israel Defense Forces, earlier this month, sparking multiple organizations on campus to speak out against his presence.

Delaware cancels Republican presidential primary

The Delaware Department of Elections announced that the state's Republican presidential primary was canceled. Tuesday's announcement came after the passage of a bill by the state legislature.

University student arrested on gun charges following brief motorcycle chase

UDPD arrested a university student Thursday night after a brief motorcycle chase on North College Avenue and East Cleveland Avenue. 23-year-old Nicholas Martino was taken into custody and charged with illegally carrying a firearm and resisting arrest, among other charges.

What to know about the California primaries 

California primaries yield significant Republican wins. Republicans seek Feinstein’s Senate seat, Trump beats out Haley in presidential primary and Democrats’ stake in the House of Representatives is threatened.

University’s “Climate Change Hub Video Game Jam” blends two unlikely concepts into one

The university hosted its “Climate Change Hub Video Game Jam” celebration on March 8 to commemorate the impact of student-created video games. The event marked the conclusion of a two-and-a-half-week challenge where students were tasked with creating a video game surrounding the topics of climate change, oceans and women leaders.

“ChemisTree:” A game to enhance chemistry understanding for undergraduate students

In a recent publication in The Journal of Chemical Education, undergraduate Slade Goldman and Middle Tennessee State University Ph.D. student Kate Coscia co-first author “ChemisTree.” The game, conceived by Goldman during university professor Lauren Genova's general chemistry course, utilizes LEGO bricks to increase student understanding of chemistry concepts.

Delaware Democratic Forum showcases candidates ahead of September primary elections

The Delaware Democratic Candidate Forum took place March 3. In attendance were candidates for Delaware’s local, state and federal offices. The Review asked them about issues facing them in their upcoming election.