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Delaware State University is in the final stages of completing its acquisition of Wesley College.
The move means major changes for students and staff at both institutions, but another school is also affected in a significant way.
DSU’s Early College High School is about to see big changes connected to the deal. Contributor Larry Nagengast explains what’s happening at the DSU-run charter school.
Millsboro author David Salner’s latest book - A Place to Hide - is out.
In this week’s Arts Playlist, Salner joins Delaware Public Media’s Kelli Steele to discuss the book, how it connects to his life, and the themes of cultural engagement it touches on.
This week - we bring you the latest installment of the Delaware Humanities’ podcast– A Matter of Facts.
This episode focuses on the state of TV news, local and national, as it tries to maintain viewership and find its place on the digital landscape.
Amanda Sturgill offers her insight on these issues. She’s an associate professor of journalism at Elon University and author of the book Detecting Deception: Fighting Fake News.