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Photo Gallery: Perkins Live on Feb. 24

Jason Wang photographs paint night at Perkins Live on Feb. 24. Perkins Live is a weekly late-night programming series that occurs on campus every Friday.

Winds of change: Delaware commences spring football practice, quarterback competition

To begin the jockeying for their vacant starting QB position, the Blue Hens welcome returnee Ryan O’Connor and junior college transfer Zach Marker. Head coach Ryan Carty’s offense will demand a great deal from the spot’s winner.

Photo gallery: Delaware baseball falls to No. 18 Maryland 13-11 in windy, extra-inning contest

The Blue Hens battled back and forth with one of the best teams in the nation, No. 18 Maryland. But after a 9th inning blunder, the Terrapins downed the Blue Hens 13-11 in extra innings in a home heartbreaker for Delaware.

Commentary: Has LeBron James cemented his legacy as the GOAT of professional basketball?

Staff reporter Steven Norris takes a deeper dive into the GOAT debate, beyond the normal 'Jordan vs. LeBron' angle. Instead, he includes other NBA greats in the conversation.

Photo gallery: Men’s lacrosse takes down UMBC, 17-11

Photographer Hannah Paliath documented Delaware men's lacrosse seizing a 17-11 victory on Tuesday night at Delaware Stadium. Under the lights, the Blue Hens scorched the Retrievers defense, and moved to 4-2 on the season.

Commentary: Women’s basketball heads into postseason with questions to answer

The Blue Hens women's basketball team will look to make noise in the CAA Tournament behind first-year head coach Sarah Jenkins. No. 8 Delaware faces off with No. 9 Hampton Thursday at Noon.

“We gotta have more talent”: After CAA quarters blowout, Delaware to be “aggressive” in transfer portal

After Towson ran over Delaware in a CAA quarterfinal, Martin Ingelsby made his intentions clear. The head coach wants to attract the pieces that can help the Blue Hens’ standouts reach another title.

Breaking down Delaware’s win over UNCW and Nelson Jr.’s 39-point career day

Saturday was a career day for Jameer Nelson Jr., as he tallied 39 points in a crucial Delaware victory over conference rival UNCW. Managing Sports Editor Konner Metz breaks down the Blue Hen's shocking win.

Timberlake and Towson too hot to handle for Delaware men’s basketball

Another rough road loss for the Blue Hens men's basketball team came Thursday night, as the Towson Tigers were electric from three-point land, defeating Delaware 95-72

Coming off of tournament success, Delaware men’s lacrosse has all eyes on 2023

Feb. 11 marks the start of the 2023 season for Delaware men’s lacrosse, when they travel to Lafayette with hopes of embarking on another strong season. Featuring a proficient group of veterans and promising newcomers, this talented Hens squad intends on capitalizing off of their first NCAA quarterfinal appearance since 2007.

Commentary: Road struggles and a short rotation plaguing Delaware men’s basketball

As the back half of the conference schedule is underway, Delaware men’s basketball head coach Martin Ingelsby has his work cut out for him, guiding a team with only two road wins and a bevy of depth concerns.

Chicken Scratch: An Ode to Fall Semester

Illustrated sonnet in a comic strip format recapping shared experiences that UD students may have had during this fall semester. There is also a comedic PSA about not touching the memorial circle book.

Blue Hens roll over Saint Francis University, 56-17, in first round of playoffs

Delaware exploded Saturday at Tubby Raymond Stadium, scoring 56 points en route to a blowout of opponent St. Francis. The day included historic performances for many Blue Hens, including receiver Chandler Harvin.

Photo gallery: Scenes from Delaware’s 56-17 playoff victory over St. Francis

There were plenty of touchdowns for the Blue Hens last Saturday, when they dominated St. Francis in an FCS playoff game at Tubby Raymond Stadium, 56-17.
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