Category: Local News

Peaceful protest led in Wilmington last Friday

Peaceful protest led in Wilmington last Friday

Delaware News- June 12, 2020

Protesters gathered in Wilmington at Tubman-Garrett Park on Friday, June 5 to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement and protest police brutality.

Peaceful protest takes place in Wilmington on Sunday

Peaceful protest takes place in Wilmington on Sunday

Delaware News- June 10, 2020

On May 31, a protest for George Floyd, a man who was allegedly murdered by Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, was held in Wilmington at ...

Wilmington residents join national movement to protest the death of George Floyd

Wilmington residents join national movement to protest the death of George Floyd

Delaware News- June 3, 2020

On the morning of Saturday, May 30, more than 100 people gathered in Rodney Square to protest George Floyd’s death.

Newark Farmers Market opens during quarantine

Newark Farmers Market opens during quarantine

Campus News- May 20, 2020

For the first time since the closure of the state, the Newark Natural Foods-sponsored community farmers market was open for business this Sunday.

How to: Do you know proper sanitation methods for coronavirus?

How to: Do you know proper sanitation methods for coronavirus?

Coronavirus- May 20, 2020

Current coronavirus statistics have people taking it more seriously than ever. Now, they are applying all precautions to protect themselves and others.

University plans for phased reopening

University plans for phased reopening

Campus News- May 17, 2020

Gov. John Carney announced June 1 as the target date for Phase I of the state’s economic reopening.​

Staying ahead of the curve: Newark Mayor Clifton on city governance during the pandemic

Staying ahead of the curve: Newark Mayor Clifton on city governance during the pandemic

Coronavirus- May 16, 2020

“Newark was the first real epicenter of the virus in Delaware,” Clifton said. “So far, we’ve been ahead of the curve.”

“A reality check”: Coronavirus, young people and the myth of invincibility

“A reality check”: Coronavirus, young people and the myth of invincibility

Campus News- May 13, 2020

The World Health Organization stated on its website that children and adolescents are “just as likely to become infected as any other age group.”

University reduces number of classes taught by adjuncts, streamlines fall class offerings

University reduces number of classes taught by adjuncts, streamlines fall class offerings

Campus News- May 12, 2020

Given the major financial losses of the university this semester, tough decisions regarding the fall semester face the administration and department chairs.

The police experience in a post-pandemic Newark

The police experience in a post-pandemic Newark

Coronavirus- April 30, 2020

Police officers on patrol are more at-risk of catching coronavirus than the average citizen simply due to the nature of their job.