Thursday, September 29, 2022

Editorial

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.

Editorial: The Earth lies defiled under its inhabitants, Professor Legates

Legates has made a name for himself by repeatedly casting doubt on anthropogenic climate change, the theory that the Earth’s rapid atmospheric warming over the past few centuries has been driven by human industry.

Editorial: The trials and tribulations of remote learning

For a semester under the shadow of coronavirus, individualized decisions regarding methods of instruction are no longer possible.

Editorial: Dear students, now is not the time to party

Despite the disappointment that may accompany second place, we must ask ourselves as students, do we really want to be the nation’s top party school — or a party school at all — during a pandemic?

Editorial: The Review’s steps to becoming more diverse and inclusive in its own pages

We would like to be a publication that amplifies the voices of underrepresented communities, our students, our greater-Newark-readers and one that promotes transparency.

Editorial: Black Lives Matter

The viral killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, two of these by police and all of them allegedly racially-motivated, have brought a level of unrest that many of us have not seen in our lifetime.

Editorial: This is an extreme situation, and it will warrant extreme action from the administration

We all know why the administration seems fairly keen to reopen campus: the university is hemorrhaging tens of millions of dollars, which their stakeholders would very much like back.

Editorial: Biden’s senatorial papers put himself and the university in the spotlight

"The university achieved nationwide attention last week when news outlets requested access to former Vice President Joe Biden’s senatorial papers."

Editorial: Playing catch up — Delaware and the face mask conundrum

When it came to closing the university, and closing the state at-large, Delaware lagged behind literally everyone else, except maybe Liberty University.

Editorial: SGA’s Zoom politics do not bode well

To put it briefly, SGA remains broadly inaccessible and obscure to the overwhelming majority of students.

Editorial: Commending faculty for excellent work in a brave new world

We felt that the faculty, specifically, has done an excellent job with the cards they have been dealt.
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