Researchers Make Breakthrough in Lens Regeneration

12.06.2005 | Science, Research

Researchers Grow New Lens From Deficient Iris Tissue For First Time; Published In Leading Scientific Journal. More


1,000 and Counting

12.01.2005 | Law, Faculty, Culture and Society

Political science professor Jefferson Ingram says the death penalty is in the hands of society's evolving standards of decency. Ingram said if the court got the impression that society was overwhelmingly against the death penalty, he thinks it would be overturned quickly. More


Helping Give Thanks

11.22.2005 | Culture and Society, Service and Giving, Energy and Environment, Students

UD students and staff to spend Thanksgiving holiday assisting with hurricane clean-up in Biloxi, Miss. More


Love, Lights and Laughter

11.17.2005 | Campus and Community, Catholic

The candlelight walk from Kennedy Union to the Frericks Center, the site of the musical celebration of Christmas and Mass celebrating the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, returns to the festivities. More


State Department Official to Kick Off Dayton Peace Accords Forum

11.14.2005 | Campus and Community

Rosemary DiCarlo, deputy assistant secretary for Europe and Eurasian Affairs in the U.S. State Department, will travel to Dayton on Thursday, Nov. 17, to kick off a policy forum that examines the Dayton Peace Accords a decade later. More