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COVERING UP FOR WINTER

Winter is anything but a “slow” season in agriculture. Delaware’s winter months are as vital as spring’s planting, summer’s growth and autumn’s...

APPLICATIONS REACH NEW RECORD

Applications to the University of Delaware topped 30,000 for the first time in the University’s history. Just over 33,000 students applied to...

POWER UP YOUR CAREER

Featuring four career- and personal-branding-focused seminars, the University of Delaware’s Division of Professional and Continuing Studies (UD PCS) is again offering its...

LESSONS FROM THE BERNIE MADOFF SCANDAL

The 2017 HBO-produced film The Wizard of Lies, based on the non-fiction book of the same name, tells the true story of the...

NEW LEADERSHIP IN REGISTRAR’S OFFICE

Amanda Steele-Middleton, previously registrar at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, has been named the University of Delaware’s new registrar, effective Feb....

UD MONITORS CORONAVIRUS SITUATION

Health officials worldwide are monitoring an outbreak of coronavirus, which can cause respiratory illness, that originated recently in Wuhan, China. University of...

POET FOR ALL

This isn’t typically who you’d expect to find in the 18th-century poetry section of your local library, but Robert Burns wasn’t your...

PUTTING DOWN ROOTS

When facing a volatile climate, nature searches for a way to survive. For plants, that often means spreading new roots deeper and...

MAKERSPACE TO MARKETPLACE

With her rocket-plume red hair streaming in her wake, Prof. Martha Hall shoots up the stairs and strides into her spanking-new Tower...

Disconnected: Thousands in Delaware lack access to safer public water

Consuelo McGowan was treading the dusty grounds of a rental mobile-home community in Ellendale, Delaware, known as “The Hole.” Trash and old...

SEWING SOCIALLY

For ChaCha N. Hudson, AS19M, there is power and beauty in creating something from nothing.

FROM THE MINDS OF HENSWEAR

It seems like the right idea, at the right time, in the right place: Bring together a handful of UD’s top researchers,...

Anouncement

[Urbana] Learn to tap dance this spring

It's never too late to learn to tap dance! Sign up for beginning tap dance classes that...

[Urbana] Free age-friendly kitchen demonstrations!

Urbana Park District-People age 50 and better get the chance to enjoy free cooking demonstrations this winter and spring at the...

[Urbana] Sunday Morning Bird Walks return March 1

Everyone is welcome to our free Sunday Morning Bird Walks at Anita Purves Nature Center beginning March 1. All walks begin...

Ebert Film Fest to feature remastered ‘Cotton Club,’ Farrelly brothers comedy

Francis Ford Coppola’s drama set in Harlem’s legendary Cotton Club during the 1930s – remastered, restored and with added scenes and...