Thursday, November 30, 2023

Tag: Delaware

Ring cameras: A popular choice for off-campus students

Moving off campus can be a hard transition, but many students are making a purchase that creates a sense of safety and security: a Ring camera.

Poem: I am too cold

The change in weather is dreadful – it’s getting colder and colder. For those of us who have to walk everywhere, it can be a brutal endeavor. Staff Writer Danny Tull shares his feelings about cold weather.

Delaware poised to move up to FBS by joining Conference USA: Reports

Multiple reports indicate that Delaware will depart the Coastal Athletic Association and NCAA Division I FCS Football for Division I FBS Football and Conference USA.

Main Street record shopping

There are three record stores on Main Street: Rainbow Records, Wonderland and International Groove Records. Staff Writer Alex Lavinson, an avid record collector, shares his experiences with these stores and their wide selections of hypnotizing sounds.

Photo Gallery: Delaware defeats Lafayette College in FCS playoff opener

Larissa Veronica Heather captures Delaware's win over Lafayette College in the FCS playoff opener.

As Biden administration pushes debt relief efforts, students weigh in on college costs

The Biden administration is determined to drastically reduce American student loan debt. With new additions to its efforts, students comment on their increasing awareness of how national debt relief could impact both individuals with student loans and the future of education in general.

Opinion: Unmasking the illusion: The university’s troubling approach to diversity

Unveiling the stark contradiction at the university: a promise of diversity that crumbles under the weight of a hidden agenda. International students discover themselves ensnared in an artificial showcase as the institution's quest for diversity takes a troubling turn.

Library employees weigh in on resources available for students

Molly Olney-Zide, the instruction and outreach librarian at the university and Lori Birrell, the director of Special Collections & Museums, share resources available at Morris Library. However, the resources often go unnoticed by students.

Delaware looks to bounce back from injury-laden disappointment against Villanova

A Saturday full of injuries and turnovers (on downs or otherwise) resulted in yet another loss for Delaware at the hands of its Battle of the Blue rival, Villanova University. But with an 8-3 regular-season record, the Blue Hens are playoff-bound and have a chance to rebound with a home contest against Lafayette College in the FCS tournament first round.

Annual turkey pardoning should remind Americans to be grateful, Biden says

On Nov. 1, President Joe Biden continued the 76-year tradition of pardoning two Thanksgiving turkeys from becoming a holiday meal. The event featured not only Biden’s blessing of the fowls, but also words of encouragement to Americans in light of current affairs.

No more COVID-19 vaccination cards, so what now?

The CDC will no longer print and distribute vaccination cards for COVID-19. The university made immunizations to the virus its top priority when reopening campus – what does this new update mean for the university and its students?

At-large landing spot: Delaware draws Lafayette in FCS playoffs first round

Delaware could not keep pace with Villanova on Saturday in the wake of injuries that took Blue Hen quarterbacks Ryan O'Connor and Zach Marker out of the game in the early going. Delaware is battered, then, but not beaten for the year, as Sunday's FCS playoffs selection show revealed a first-round meeting with Lafayette.

A look into what Sean’s House can offer students

Just off of campus on West Main Street sits Sean’s House, a space that has become popular with students in recent years. Find out how staff provide basic mental health needs to students in a welcoming environment.

Photo Gallery: Battle of the Blue

Larissa Veronica Heather and Jacob Letnaunchyn capture Delaware's loss against Villanova in the Battle of the Blue on Nov. 18.

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