Wednesday, May 22, 2024


Editorial: When it comes to mental health, the university should put their money where their mouth is

If the university really wants to promote mental health and wellbeing on our campus, it is time for them to act

Editorial: It may be time to rethink how we deal with the anxieties of in-person learning

Returning to the anxieties of in-person classes and exams could be a big jump.

Editorial: The university should require COVID-19 vaccinations

The university should make the coronavirus vaccine mandatory for students.

Editorial: Newark needs to step up to help its homeless population

The homeless population of Newark occupies very little of the city’s attention.

Editorial: How safe are local bars?

Main Street bars have become environments where COVID-19 can run rampant.

Editorial: Rethinking the “college experience” in the shadow of COVID

When thinking about the American college experience, parties, fraternities, booze and nonexistent parental oversight might come to mind — with classes and academics as a mere afterthought.

Editorial: He’s not Trump, but Biden isn’t perfect.

Activists will have to lead themselves while holding the president-elect accountable to the promises he made to them.

Editorial: Basking in solace: The positives of the election

Although the election results were only announced recently, it has already made history (the good kind!). The 2020 election has set a precedent for inclusion and diversity like no other previous election.

Editorial: Civil discourse in the modern age

Civil discourse — or the notion of having civil discussions surrounding politics — is a notion that we all strive for, yet it seems regularly rejected in practice.

Editorial: Campaigning and ethicality

Aside from our concerns about the article’s validity, we also see a problem with mocking the family members of someone running for office.

Editorial: Fact checking in a post-truth world

As of October 14th, Delaware’s official COVID-19 tracking page reports that there have been a total of 22,560 positive cases of the disease in the state, resulting in 661 deaths. Anyone with basic math skills can determine from this that the fatality rate is approximately 2.93%, and not the .06% that Murray claimed during the debate.

Editorial: “Investing in our future,” and it doesn’t look too green

In 2008, the university set a goal to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 20% by 2020. According to its own Greenhouse Gas Inventory for Fiscal Year 2018-2019, the university has only brought its GHG numbers down by 16.2%.

Editorial: Money doesn’t grow on trees, but neither do university workers

Thanks to coronavirus, university students aren’t the only ones worried about their futures.

Editorial: RBG is gone, what now?

When the news of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death spread, the response was an overwhelming mix of panic and uncertainty.