Category: Campus News

UD student holds silent protest after DE Attorney General’s office rejects her sexual assault case

UD student holds silent protest after DE Attorney General’s office rejects her sexual assault case

Campus News- May 13, 2019

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Rachel Sawicki /THE REVIEW Last week, about 50 students gathered on the North Green for a silent protest in support of a university student ...

Students and faculty push for local food options

Students and faculty push for local food options

Campus News- May 12, 2019

Every spring, Mentor’s Circle becomes a venue for a pop-up farmers market selling local produce that turn out to not be that local.

What DSS does and hopes to do

What DSS does and hopes to do

Campus News- May 12, 2019

The Office of Disability Support Services (DSS) is an organization on campus that provides accommodations and services to students with a variety of needs.

The trials and tribulations of off-campus-focused curricula

The trials and tribulations of off-campus-focused curricula

Campus News- May 12, 2019

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Nikai Morales /THE REVIEW It is objectively a hectic time of the academic year for students, but for some majors, a massive workload is ...

Dave Rubin on why he left the left

Dave Rubin on why he left the left

Campus News- May 12, 2019

On Friday, May 10, popular YouTube personality and host of “The Rubin Report” podcast, Dave Rubin, visited campus.

Mental health survey finds need for additional mental health services on campus

Mental health survey finds need for additional mental health services on campus

Campus News- May 12, 2019

The Healthy Minds Study results provided insight on the mental health issues currently affecting the general population of the university’s students.

Philosophers debate: Is abortion wrong?

Philosophers debate: Is abortion wrong?

Campus News- May 12, 2019

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Isabella DeFrancesco /THE REVIEW On Wednesday evening, students filled a Sharp Lab lecture hall to attend a debate between two university Philosophy professors, Katherin ...

Mental health week takes over campus with a series of events

Mental health week takes over campus with a series of events

Campus News- May 12, 2019

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and the university’s Campus Wellbeing Collaborative held a number of events last week to kick it off.

The Green New Deal: “Too much, too soon”

The Green New Deal: “Too much, too soon”

Campus News- May 12, 2019

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Courtesy of Creative Commons /THE REVIEW The three faculty members agreed that while the resolution is unlikely to pass in the House of Representatives ...

Chris Coons and Thomas Donilon on engaging with China and East Asia

Chris Coons and Thomas Donilon on engaging with China and East Asia

Campus News- May 6, 2019

As the United States and China re-escalate a trade war, Senator Chris Coons came to campus Tuesday, May 6 to discuss America’s relationship with China.