Saturday, December 3, 2022

Tag: Delaware

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.

Delaware granted new life with playoff berth and upcoming home clash versus Saint Francis

Ryan Carty sees Delaware's playoff berth as a "second season," a chance for the Blue Hens to write a better ending than the one that stemmed from a heart breaking loss at Villanova.

Opinion: Journalism in the digital age — has social media changed the industry?

Social media has had a profound effect on journalism by rapidly increasing the quantity of news being produced and consumed. Users of platforms like Twitter or Facebook have the power to provide immediate updates and participate in the act of breaking news through their cell phones. 

A definitive ranking of Thanksgiving side dishes

Staff reporter Alexandra Webber ranks the Thanksgiving side dishes. She also provides some insight into what makes a stellar macaroni and cheese, and urges readers to follow these tips if they want to step up their own macaroni and cheese recipes.

Chicken Scratch: Best Smelling Campus

Check out The Review's latest comic in its Chicken Scratch column.

Rollercoaster season for Delaware field hockey ends with 5-1 defeat in NCAA tourney

After a dismal 1-8 start, the Hens rebounded during the second half of the season, winning both the CAA Championship and an NCAA Tournament game.

Opinion: The university is failing to address antisemitism

After two notable antisemitic incidents occur at the university, I want to find comfort in knowing that there is a plan in place to ensure my safety.

Commentary: Explosive but inconsistent offense gives Hens playoff hopes, but not before crucial test at Villanova

There have been plenty of positives and negatives for the Hens under new coach Ryan Carty, but their playoff hopes likely rest on a road matchup with rival Villanova this Saturday.

Road clash with Duke awaits Ingelsby and Blue Hens men’s basketball

For just the third time ever, Delaware men’s basketball is tasked with facing the blue-blood Duke University, this Friday at Cameron Indoor Stadium.

2022 midterm elections recap: Democrats keep control of the Senate with the U.S. House still up for grabs

The 2022 midterm elections took place on Nov. 8, however, some races have yet to be called, including 14 U.S. House races. The Democratic Party has kept its control of the Senate. Currently, in the U.S. House, the Republican Party has garnered 217 seats, while the Democratic Party has 204. 218 seats are needed for a majority so it is still up for grabs.

Student perspectives on marijuana legalization in Delaware

After a bill that would have legalized up to one ounce of marijuana for people 21 years and over got vetoed yet again, residents in Delaware are frustrated. Students at the university share their opinions on this issue.

Photo gallery: Scenes from senior day matchup with Richmond at Delaware Stadium

The Blue Hens honored their seniors before Saturday's regular season home finale, but fell to Richmond in a close 21-13 Colonial Athletic Association battle.

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. 

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