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There’s renewed focus on housing in Newark in the wake of a new city law cracking down on University of Delaware students’ off-campus parties.


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The Bond Bill committee heard from the First State’s institutions of higher education Wednesday and deferred maintenace was at the heart of their requests.


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Wilmington’s Creative District continues to add new pieces.

 

The latest is a new mural at The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew Church at 8th and Shipley Streets.


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The University of Delaware hosted its first offshore wind training program for professionals last week.

 


 

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The University of Delaware is seeking state funding to allow some First State students to attend for free.


Linda Watson, courtesy of Kasai Guthrie

A 21-year-old is running for mayor of Newark.

In this week’s Enlighten Me, Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt talks with University of Delaware undergraduate student and mayoral candidate, Kasai Guthrie.

 

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

A University of Delaware professor is developing an imaging system for manufacture for the Department of Defense. Its applications range from school security to aircraft navigation.

 


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A University of Delaware professor has come up with a way to improve the performance and safety of batteries.


The multi-agency federal climate report released on Black Friday outlines impacts of climate change nationwide.

 

The report included details on what the northeast region, and Delaware in particular, may experience.


Courtesy of NASA

There aren’t currently any wind turbines off Delaware's coast, but a University of Delaware researcher’s work suggests having some could do more than just provide electricity.

 


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