Timeflies Tuesday visited UD’s campus during the 2013 Senior Fling
University of Delaware held a Senior Fling for the 2013 graduates and invited all of the students on campus to celebrate! Congratulations Blue Hens!
With the help of UD students staying active in Delaware politics, Marriage Equality was passed in the state on May 7th and signed into law.
Do you want to know what it’s like to be a UD student? 2013 Blue Hen Poll is a public opinion survey designed to examine the attitudes and opinions of students at the University of Delaware. Check out the rest of the results at the Blue Hen Poll website
Last weekend, UD students organized a Relay for Life on our campus to raise money for cancer research. The event included a survivors walk, luminaria ceremony, and many other fun ways to stay active. The students brought their sleeping bags and stayed in the field house until 6:00 am the next morning. University of Delaware students raised $99,293.45 for the cause! Keep up the good work Blue Hens!
North Campus Mall in the 80s.
They always say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Well Blue Hens, a new breakfast place has opened on Main Street.
The picture above is of Jay’s Fried Eggs. It has fried eggs over sourdough toast topped with a combo of tomatoes and onions that carry a spicy kick to it. It is the perfect portion size, leaving you just on the side full and completely satisfied. I can’t remember being so pleased by a meal on Main Street in a long time.
Over Easy Cafe opened in early April and isn’t like any other place in Newark. Over Easy offers breakfast and brunch items all day. The menu may be small, but do not let that fool you. All the items are unique, fresh, and has a different ethnic flair.
Other items include a Bombay omelet complete with a side of naan, or Indian bread. There’s a meat lovers omelet to satisfy any carnivore. Gluten free options are expected to be added to the menu over the summer, too.
If the unique menu isn’t enough to draw you in the décor inside and customer service should. The couches and chairs are comfy and warm. There are swinging basket chairs that add fun to any meal. And the service is by far the best on Main Street. The owner is a sweet, caring young woman who will be best friends with you by the time you leave.
Wake up early on the weekend for brunch or have breakfast for dinner. Either way, Over Easy is the easy choice.
Here’s a comparison of the Rodney staircase in the 1960s and last year! Has anyone else taken this picture?