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Delaware receives 8,000 doses of new COVID-19 vaccine

Delaware has received its first 8,000 doses of the newly approved Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine

University sophomore Brenden Moore contests incumbent Sharon Hughes in District 2 City Council election

Brenden Moore, a university sophomore and English major, has taken on incumbent Councilwoman Sharon Hughes in the upcoming District 2 election. Lauren Magee/THE REVIEW

Nursing students receive COVID-19 vaccine

BY CATHERINE HOGAN Staff Reporter The roll out of COVID-19 vaccines across the country has brought forth excitement to those...

Man pleads guilty to firebombing Newark Planned Parenthood

A Middletown resident, Samuel Gulick, 19, pled guilty in federal court on Feb. 11 to firebombing a Newark Planned Parenthood location last year.

What an indigenous perspective can teach the United States about climate change

The death of the Keystone XL Pipeline coincides with a rapidly closing window to address climate change, a task some propose would be best achieved by reevaluating the relationship between humans and the environment to fit a more indigenous perspective.

New plastic bag ban stirs controversy in Delaware

As of Jan. 1, distributors and stores are no longer able to offer single use plastic bags for carry out due to the new plastic bag ban in Delaware.

Delaware General Assembly: January Recap

The Delaware General Assembly began to meet virtually this January, joined by eight newly-elected Senators and Representatives.

UD Marching Band performers humbled by their inauguration performance

The University of Delaware's Marching Band drum line performed at President Biden's Inauguration on Jan. 20. Copy Editor Esha Shah went behind the scenes to cover the performers' experiences!

How makeup stores are staying safe

As a result of COVID-19, makeup stores like MAC Cosmetics, Sephora, Ulta Beauty and Macy’s have had to take extra precautions to ensure the safety of their customers.

Newark City Council to vote on proposed six-story complex, timetable on a vote unknown

The City of Newark recommended approval for a six-story, mixed-use complex to be constructed extending down to Delaware Avenue.

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