Long hours at the library means coffee and a study buddy..How will you get through finals week?
Enjoy free late night food and fun activities before finals week!
Thanksgiving has come and gone .. In that final stretch towards the end of the semester - what will you wish for?
An A in that class you poured all your effort into?A passing grade in that class you were struggling with? To get through studying without too much stress? Maybe just to make it through finals in general?!
Photo by: Kim Morasse
"Keep your head high, keep your chin up, and most importantly, keep smiling, because life’s a beautiful thing and there’s so much to smile about.”
— Marilyn Monroe
Young love at the University of Delaware in 1986.
Some goofy students fooling around in the fall weather !
Photo Cred: Keri Betters
A sneak peak of what to expect from the fabulous runway show Udress Magazine will be presenting this Friday, November 15th, in Trabant MPR at 7pm.
The 8th Annual Fall Fashion Event will show student models featuring looks from Nicole J, Bloom, SouthMoon Under, Switch, Ski Bum, Burlington Coat Factory, Clothes in the Past Lane, and Elayne James Salon! Also - Burlington, Conde Nast and Ross will have tables set up for networking opportunities!
Photo by Lindsey Cichocki
Today, Chinese college students across the country are celebrating being single.
China’s Singles Day–or Guanggun Jie–can be considered the Anti-Valentine’s Day. Singles Day originated in the early 1990s with Chinese college students. Bachelors would throw blind date parties in an attempt to change their single status.
Singles Day (named for the four ones in 11/11) has since grown into an extremely popular cultural holiday. Young Chinese singles organize parties with friends or give each other gifts. The gift-giving tradition has helped morph the Holiday into a major online retail day.
Similar to the United States’ Black Friday, retailers offer major discounts and promotions during Singles Day. The Holiday has become one of the biggest–and most anticipated–online shopping days of the year.
By Serena Shen
University of Delaware Graduate Student