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Instant wins for District 1 candidate Horning and District 4 candidate Creecy in Newark City Council elections

Councilman James Horning and Councilwoman-elect Dwendolyn Creecy both ran unopposed and are presumed to be the winners for their respective district elections.

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

How UDance will take place during the pandemic

UDance’s 12-hour dance marathon will look a little different this year due to the pandemic

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.

Stomping Grounds Coffee Has Replaced Peet’s

Peet’s Coffee, located in the Trabant Student Center, is closed to make way for the opening of Stomping Grounds Coffee — a new coffee spot associated with Little Goat Roasting Co.

The College Students’ (Provisional) Guide to COVID-19 Vaccination: UD’s potential role in your shot

Although there are few concrete answers to all of the possible questions about COVID-19 vaccination, The Review has compiled “The College Student’s (Provisional) Guide to COVID-19 Vaccination” to help answer all the questions that can be in this current moment.

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.

Changes to Good Uncle on campus

Good Uncle recently made changes to how they operate on campus, selling meals in retail format and charging a flat rate with no extra fees for delivery.

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