The Delaware General Assembly has recently passed a bill declaring the week of Feb. 27 to March 5 as Eating Disorder Awareness and Prevention week. Staff Reporter Tess Williams talks to eating disorder specialists on campus and previews the events and resources that will be available in this newly created week.
Staff Reporter Adi Stein reflects on abortion rights and the dialogue around them in Delaware and on campus, with the Planned Parenthood in Newark at the center of those conversations. This semester, the clinic has been the location of scattered protests held by pro-life supporters.
After a bill that would have legalized up to one ounce of marijuana for people 21 years and over got vetoed yet again, residents in Delaware are frustrated. Students at the university share their opinions on this issue.
An expansion upon the Port of Wilmington will bring environmental and health risks to local residents. One community group is fighting to have their voices heard, as the expansion permit process charges along.
With midterm elections approaching, the last of state primaries are wrapping up around the country, including in Delaware. On Tuesday, Sept. 13, Delawareans cast their votes in statewide primary elections to determine the final party ballots for Election Day on Nov. 8.
As Ukrainians are experiencing life-threatening bomb strikes and taking up arms to defend their sovereignty, Delaware politicians on both sides of the aisle are offering their opinions on the situation.
A universal indoor mask mandate in Delaware is set to be lifted on Friday, while the state's school mask requirements are set to be lifted late next month, Governor John Carney announced on Monday, Feb. 7.
As the weather improves and new COVID-19 safety regulations are enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), some Americans ventured outside and found that their neighborhoods had changed — they were dirtier.