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The Centerpiece

Coach Kevin Gruber, captain Hannah Kirk lead rowing team into fall season

Kevin Gruber leads the Blue Hens rowing team for the tenth season, as they look to improve on their third-place ranking at the conference championships last spring.

Commentary: Thoughts from Delaware’s loss to Rhode Island

After Delaware's road loss to Rhode Island, Daniel Murphy takes a look at the positives and negatives for the Blue Hens, along with their prospects for the rest of the year.

Despite Sampson’s eight saves, Blue Hens men’s soccer lose 1-0 to No. 12 Maryland in overtime

Behind goalkeeper Scott Sampson's eight saves, Delaware forced overtime versus Maryland. The Terrapins grabbed the win, though, just eight minutes into extra time.

A conversation with Sasha Issenberg, author of “The Engagement”

In the Biden Institute’s first in-person event since March of 2020, journalist and author Sasha Issenberg sat down with attendees from across the university on Sept. 28 to discuss his new book, “The Engagement.”

Personal Essay: COVID-19 stole my college experience, but I am taking it back

Now here I am, back on campus for the first time in 18 months and I feel robbed, to put it lightly.

Felipe Hinojosa discusses religion and radicalism in the Latino Freedom Movement

On Monday, Oct. 4, Felipe Hinojosa, a Latino American historian and professor of history at Texas A&M University, discussed the relationship between religion and Latino radicalism in the late 1960s and 1970s.

University officials release statement after student is charged with assault; protest against gender-based violence continues

Hundreds of university students took to the streets to protest the university’s response to gender-based violence on campus.

Photo gallery: Men’s soccer versus No. 12 Maryland

At their home stadium, the Blue Hens took the No. 12 Maryland Terrapins to overtime, but the visitors prevailed 1-0 off of a goal in the 98th minute.

Editorial: Recent protests say more about student unity than university support

In light of the university’s lacking response, our student body is willing to stand together for what is right.

Protest breaks out after university fraternity member is charged with assault, no statement from university officials

Today university students rallied in protest of violence against women on campus after Brandon Freyre, a sophomore at the university, was charged with kidnapping, assault and strangulation of a female victim on Oct. 11.

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