Saturday, December 3, 2022


Photo Gallery: Veterans Day

Photographer Maddy McManus captured a display of American flags on the Green for Veterans Day. The university created this display to celebrate American and Blue Hen veterans, with each flag representing those who served the country. 

Photo gallery: Sights from Delaware’s 49-17 victory over Monmouth

The Hens moved to 7-2 last Saturday, after taking down CAA foe Monmouth in a 49-17 blowout behind six touchdowns from quarterback Nolan Henderson.

Photo gallery: Delaware soars in 38-7 homecoming win over Morgan State

Check out scenes from Delaware's convincing 38-7 homecoming victory over Morgan State last Saturday.

Commentary: Delaware looks to get back on track versus Morgan State in homecoming matchup

Staff reporters Luciano Ciaranca and Ryan Gibb track Delaware Football’s progress so far this season and discuss the upcoming game against Morgan State. The reporters provide a look into the rest of the season and who Delaware should watch out for on the field moving forward.

Commentary: High expectations from the media and fans will not deter Blue Hens

Starter Nolan Henderson is set to lead a Blue Hens offense that has hefty expectations under offensive-minded head coach Ryan Carty.

Blue Hens dance and cheerleading teams win national championships

After months of hard work and practice, the university's cheerleading and dance teams brought a national championship back to Newark this past January.

Magical run comes to an end for Blue Hens with 80-60 loss to Villanova in NCAA Tournament

Despite 17 points from redshirt freshman Jyáre Davis, the Blue Hens were not able to keep up with No. 2 Villanova, exiting the tournament with an 80-60 defeat.

Photo Gallery: Women’s basketball falls to Maryland, season ends in first round of NCAA tournament

Following their CAA Championship, the Blue Hens faced off against No. 4 Maryland Friday evening, but came up short in a 102-71 defeat.

Like father, like son: Jameer Nelson Jr. takes his basketball career one step at a time

After just one year at the University of Delaware, Jameer Nelson Jr., the son of NBA All-Star Jameer Nelson Sr., will have a chance to play on the national stage of the NCAA tournament.

Editorial: Students need to help make campus safer

It’s easy to look at past events that have happened and deduce that the university is unsafe, but as students, we could be doing more to keep ourselves and others aware of possible dangers.

Playlist: Songs About Men (Derogatory)

We at the Review are thrilled to introduce our newest playlist in honor of International Women's Day. However, if you're looking for some wholesome and uplifting tunes, you've come to the wrong place.

Poem: 4 ways of looking at a spider

The local garden spider weaves her delicate web outside my kitchen window

Bounce-back win over rival James Madison fuels Blue Hens’ winning streak

Despite the absence of graduate student Dylan Painter, the Blue Hens have knocked off their last three conference opponents to improve to 10-5 in the CAA.

Letter from the Editors

With this letter, we hope to stress the importance of community engagement.