For those with darker skin, melanin does provide some natural protection against UV rays, but not enough to protect against skin cancer completely.

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“I don’t see the students’ reactions”: How professors feel about virtual instruction and a return to in-person classes

For better or worse, virtual instruction has been the primary means of pedagogy over the past year for most professors. While some harbor strong opposition to this new mode of teaching, others view it as a mixed bag.

I Heart UD Day: To donate or not?

“I Heart UD Day” is an annual event in which the university asks alumni, parents and staff to keep the university first in their hearts and support university-related causes that are important to them.

Environmental racism and the food apartheid: How two community projects are changing the narrative

Projects such as Rockrose City Farm and that at Stillmeadow Church are bringing the land and the outdoors closer to the predominantly black community in which they serve.

Grace Lee Boggs: Fighting for All of Us

On May 5, the University of Delaware’s Anti-Racism Initiative (UDARI) presented a webinar entitled, “Legacy of Grace Lee Boggs.” Filmmaker Grace Lee of “American Revolutionary: Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs” was the invited panelist.

UD Hillel and the univerity remember and honor the lives lost during The Holocaust

The university observed Holocaust Education Week from May 1 to 5, as it coincided with the religious holiday of Yom Hashoah.

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A guide to suncare for people of color

For those with darker skin, melanin does provide some natural protection against UV rays, but not enough to protect against skin cancer completely.

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Looking back at the university’s decision to terminate club sports

All club participants received an email saying that in-person club practice had been approved on March 1, but the university again decided to suspend all club sports shortly after that email was sent out.

Commentary: A retrospection on spring sports during the pandemic

Through postponements, cancellations and protocols, varsity sports at the university were forced to navigate shortened and unique spring schedules.

Women’s basketball makes addition to coaching staff with Darrell Mosley hiring

The Blue Hens added Darrell Mosley, former Lincoln University head coach, to its cast of assistant coaches.

Women’s ice hockey continues to make the most out of their pandemic-plagued season

After reduced participation and the coronavirus pandemic, one club sports team made the best out of an uncertain situation.