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Springtime in Delaware: What to do on a college student’s budget

From soaking up the sun on the Delaware beaches to exploring some of the First State’s historic towns and landmarks, spring has sprung in “the 302,” and the state offers something for everyone. This guide has all the details on how you can enjoy the warmer weather in a distinctly Delaware way – and on a college student’s budget.

16-year-old Antonia Vazquez reflects on her past two years at the university

Antonia Vazquez was accepted to the university at age 14. Now, two years later, she has maintained a 4.0 GPA and is on track to finish her requirements early.

The monetary and civility quicksand of reviving Broadway’s legacy

Broadway has taken a beating in the amount of shows that have closed in post-pandemic times, and many more are running for a limited time. While several behind-the-scenes factors contribute to the dwindling numbers, there is a ray of hope to get Broadway back on track.

As Senate mulls TikTok bill, question of singling out the platform arises

Last month, the United States House of Representatives passed a bill that would force TikTok owners to sell the social media app or risk a nationwide ban. Some users and senators, however, share sentiments that the bill “targets” TikTok in a pool of other social media giants that have similar privacy concerns.

Song review: Mariah Carey joins Ariana Grande on the “yes, and?” remix

Staff Reporter Jake Harkey gives a history lesson and review on Mariah Carey uniting with Ariana Grande in the new remix of Grande’s single.

Denis Villeneuve’s movies ranked

The second installment of Denis Villeneuve’s “Dune” series recently hit theaters, raking in over $600 million globally thus far. Staff Writer Alex Lavinson digs through and ranks both the director’s mainstream hits, such as “Arrival” (2016) and “Blade Runner 2049” (2017), and pre-Hollywood ventures, such as “Polytechnique” (2009) and “Incendies” (2010).

University cements partnership with Flyers as varsity ice hockey takes shape

Late last month, Delaware officially teamed up with the Philadelphia Flyers to embark on a partnership that will help Blue Hens ice hockey make its NCAA debut.

Yusef Salaam: The trials and achievements of an exoneree

Yusef Salaam, a New York politician and one of the Central Park Five, spoke at this year’s Ida B. Wells lecture on his experience being wrongfully incriminated.

University researchers integrate “exergaming” to improve movement and coordination deficits in children with autism

University researchers have integrated the Nintendo Switch and exercise-based video games into pediatric physical therapy sessions, aiming to improve motor skills, cognition and social interaction for children with autism.

April Horoscopes

Beware: Mercury is in retrograde this April, so horoscopes are more important than ever. Staff Writer Percy Allen III and Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick help the astrological signs navigate this tumultuous time.

University faculty express concerns over spending freeze

The abrupt implementation of a spending freeze earlier this semester has left faculty grappling with increased workloads and uncertainty. Professors at the university have expressed difficulty in providing education as well as speculation about the university’s priorities and integrity.

Advice for women, by women: Biden Institute hosts annual Women’s History Month dinner

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Biden Institute brought women together at this year’s annual Women’s History Month dinner. Here is some of the advice women offered to each other.

Satire: Delusion is unfounded confidence

Advancing the plot is crucial in life, and what better way to do that than to generate somewhat outrageous delusions? With enough confidence, you can make these delusions reality. Co-Managing Mosaic Editor Shayna Demick sure did, and she’ll tell you exactly how.

Theater Review: “The Great Gatsby”

As a self-proclaimed theater fanatic, Associate Arts & Culture Editor Beth Wojciechowski reviews Broadway's "The Great Gatsby"

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