Category: Local News

Occupy Studio fosters community, offers hub for creativity

Occupy Studio fosters community, offers hub for creativity

Campus News- September 15, 2019

There’s yet another gem on Main Street — nestled under Buddy’s Burgers and Fries, Occupy Studio is quickly becoming this college town’s heart — promoting ...

Students React to September Debates

Students React to September Debates

Campus News- September 15, 2019

Ten of the remaining Democratic candidates in the 2020 presidential race met this past Thursday night in Houston for the third debate of election season.

Former university student sues for alleged hate crime

Former university student sues for alleged hate crime

Campus News- September 8, 2019

Rancel Valdez, a former university student and local resident, is moving forward with a lawsuit against his four attackers and the two fraternities that hosted ...

In Memoriam: Burnaby Munson “A Chemist, not a Lawyer”

In Memoriam: Burnaby Munson “A Chemist, not a Lawyer”

Campus News- September 1, 2019

Burnaby Munson passed away on June 23, 2019. Munson, a retired university chemistry professor, researcher and director of the university honors program, worked for more ...

Newark expands on solutions for parking shortages

Newark expands on solutions for parking shortages

Local News- September 1, 2019

Last May, the city of Newark faced an unlikely issue: a severe “inventory reduction” in parking on and surrounding Main Street.

The Newark Food Bank is bringing innovation to their new facility

The Newark Food Bank is bringing innovation to their new facility

Local News- May 25, 2019

The Food Bank of Delaware’s Newark location has recently moved to a new facility to help provide groceries and jobs to more people in need ...

New Mayor Jerry Clifton addresses past Newark issues and his plans for the future

New Mayor Jerry Clifton addresses past Newark issues and his plans for the future

Local News- May 5, 2019

Nearly a month after his election, now-Mayor Jerry Clifton shares his plans for the future of the City of Newark.

Newark City Council discusses parking shortage concerns

Newark City Council discusses parking shortage concerns

Local News- May 5, 2019

The City of Newark predicts a possible loss of up to 252 parking spaces, causing a potential revenue loss of $385,000 for the city government.

Female RSOs represent university students

Female RSOs represent university students

Local News- April 28, 2019

Several Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) on campus recognize the apparent disparity of women in professional leadership positions and are taking steps to solve the problem.

The Main Street calzone monopoly

The Main Street calzone monopoly

Local News- April 22, 2019

After five years of being on the outskirts of Main Street, D.P. Dough has merged with Calios, the only other calzone competitor in Newark, and ...