Category: Campus News

Blue Hens flock together for Biden’s inauguration: UD drumline to escort the President-elect in Washington

Blue Hens flock together for Biden’s inauguration: UD drumline to escort the President-elect in Washington

Campus News- January 20, 2021

The University of Delaware Marching Band will be performing at the presidential escort of Joe Biden, the 46th President of the United States' inauguration. Read More

Is love on lockdown?

Is love on lockdown?

Campus News- December 31, 2020

The coronavirus has been making or breaking relationships: College students are left wondering if now is the time to be single or to mingle. Read More

Egg attacks in Newark: Female university students being targeted around campus

Egg attacks in Newark: Female university students being targeted around campus

Campus News- December 26, 2020

"Egg attacks" in Newark: As many as five female university students have fallen victim to egg assailants on campus. Read More

Holidays in the time of coronavirus

Holidays in the time of coronavirus

Campus News- December 23, 2020

The 2020 holiday season will be like none other, with Thanksgiving serving as a primer for the upcoming winter holidays. Read More

Restrictions due to the coronavirus heighten holiday nostalgia

Restrictions due to the coronavirus heighten holiday nostalgia

Campus News- December 23, 2020

The holiday season has always been a time to visit with family and engage in various traditions, now there is a sense of nostalgia associated ... Read More

Fatimah Conley discusses her plans for UD as new interim chief diversity officer

Fatimah Conley discusses her plans for UD as new interim chief diversity officer

Campus News- December 21, 2020

Fatimah Conley has been named as the new interim chief diversity officer at the university. Read More

eSports still thriving: What the university’s star gamers are up to

eSports still thriving: What the university’s star gamers are up to

Campus News- December 12, 2020

eSports is puzzling, but with a quick mind for video games and hours upon hours of practice, one can finesse their way to fame and ... Read More

Out of the ashes: Catherine Baker discusses life in a non-elite Pompeiian neighborhood

Out of the ashes: Catherine Baker discusses life in a non-elite Pompeiian neighborhood

Campus News- December 8, 2020

On Nov. 19, Catherine Baker, a professor at Bryn Mawr College, discussed her work with the Pompeii Archaeological Research Project: Porta Stabia (PARP:PS). Read More

TikTok on the clock for university students

TikTok on the clock for university students

Campus News- December 7, 2020

A common phrase for Generation Z one may have heard is, “I saw that on TikTok.” Read More

University students may be hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine

University students may be hesitant to get the COVID-19 vaccine

Campus News- November 30, 2020

Students say they are hesitant to get a COVID-19 vaccine, despite the university's plans to have them available on campus. Read More