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  • 'We the people'
    U.S. Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester delivered the 2018 James R. Soles Lecture on the Constitution and Citizenship on the 231st anniversary of the document's ratification.
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  • New REP season
    UD's Resident Ensemble Players are celebrating their 10th anniversary season with a 2018-19 series of seven plays, from comedies to classic and new dramas.
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  • A passion for patients
    Hira Peracha, who graduated in May and now attends medical school, conducted undergraduate research for three years on a rare and often fatal type of enzyme disorder.
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  • Social media problems
    Scott Caplan, associate professor of communication, has a new book examining the ways in which internet use can magnify some social and interpersonal problems.
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  • Sep
    20
    - Sep. 20th, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    Lettice and Lovage By Peter Shaffer
    Roselle Center for the Arts Studio Theatre
    REP/UD Dept. of Theatre Performance | Lettice and Lovage with Talk-back w/ the cast! “Enlarge! Enliven! Enlighten!” Lettice, a vivacious tour guide at a rather ho-hum historical manor, grabs and keeps tourists’ attention with fantastic — and hilariously false — tales of the manor’s past. Lotte is a stick-in-the-mud bureaucrat incensed at the lies and has Lettice fired. Thus is the beginning for of the most unexpected and tumultuous of friendships in this mad comedy about the importance of friends, history, and the occasional teeny, tiny white lie. For ticket information or for additional details about performances, please visit: http://www.rep.udel.edu 
  • Sep
    20
    - Sep. 20th, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    The Seafarer By Conor McPherson
    Roselle Center for the Arts Thompson Theatre
    REP/UD Dept. of Theatre Performance | The Seafarer -“Sharky” Harkin returns to Dublin to gather with his brother and friends for a whisky-soaked Christmas Eve of companionship and poker. When a mysterious stranger arrives and wants to be delt in, Sharky realizes that he is playing the ultimate high stakes in this darkly funny and surprisingly uplifting Irish tale. Contains adult language and situations. Recommended for mature audiences. For ticket information or for additional details about performances, please visit: http://www.rep.udel.edu  
  • Sep
    21
    - Sep. 21st, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    Lettice and Lovage By Peter Shaffer
    Roselle Center for the Arts Studio Theatre
    REP/UD Dept. of Theatre Performance | Lettice and Lovage “Enlarge! Enliven! Enlighten!” Lettice, a vivacious tour guide at a rather ho-hum historical manor, grabs and keeps tourists’ attention with fantastic — and hilariously false — tales of the manor’s past. Lotte is a stick-in-the-mud bureaucrat incensed at the lies and has Lettice fired. Thus is the beginning for of the most unexpected and tumultuous of friendships in this mad comedy about the importance of friends, history, and the occasional teeny, tiny white lie. For ticket information or for additional details about performances, please visit: http://www.rep.udel.edu  
  • Sep
    21
    - Sep. 21st, 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
    The Seafarer By Conor McPherson
    Roselle Center for the Arts Thompson Theatre
    REP/UD Dept. of Theatre Performance | The Seafarer -“Sharky” Harkin returns to Dublin to gather with his brother and friends for a whisky-soaked Christmas Eve of companionship and poker. When a mysterious stranger arrives and wants to be delt in, Sharky realizes that he is playing the ultimate high stakes in this darkly funny and surprisingly uplifting Irish tale. Contains adult language and situations. Recommended for mature audiences. For ticket information or for additional details about performances, please visit: http://www.rep.udel.edu 
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