Op-Ed: Dream Job and Your Major

March 25, 2017 Regee Lozada 0

My friend currently works as a tour guide at the University of Delaware. She’s a junior in nursing, and she’s been a tour guide for about a semester. On the tours, she shows prospective students […]

On Campus Opinion

March 24, 2017 Katrina David 0

“In honor of International Women’s Day, who is your most important female role model?” Lellas Alhallak Biology, Class of 2019 “My mom – she is so patient, and she taught me that you should always […]

All Months Matter

March 19, 2017 Babatunde Ojo 0

“If a race has no history, it has no worthwhile tradition, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought of the world, and it stands in danger of being exterminated.” These words were uttered by […]

Coptic Church Reflection

December 29, 2016 Karen Ayoub 0

It was just a regular Sunday morning. I was getting ready for church, thinking about my plans for after the service – nothing out of the ordinary. I got into the car with my mom, […]

Dealing with Millennial Dating

December 29, 2016 Liem Ho 0

Living in a decade of rapid technological innovation and ever changing pop culture trends presents a slew of challenges for many millennials, especially when it comes to developing romantic relationships. Coupled with being at the […]

Not My President

December 29, 2016 Riya Kurian 0

Since the night of the election, protests against the election of president-elect Donald Trump have erupted across the entire country. Following Donald Trump’s election to the presidency, thousands of students and activists filled the streets […]

Cheating

December 28, 2016 Micaela Itona 0

I actually got to school early for my 8:30 lecture last Monday. I got to CKB 303, that nice lecture hall where they whose all the open house events. My professor, who is usually full […]

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