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Germantown vintage clothier finds inspiration in black history Ford, Africana Studies and History, on how a healthy dose of sartorial splendor offers black people the opportunity to "reimagine their place in the social order."
Cory Booker tests his 'lead with love' theme in first 2020 campaign trip to Iowa quotes David Redlawsk, Political Science and International Relations department chair, on Senator Corey Booker's campaign trip to Iowa.
Evolutionarily, grandmas are good for grandkids — up to a point NewsMelissa Melby, Anthropology, is quoted.
Viral Photo Of Chicago Inmates Working In Frigid Cold Sparks Anger PostArticle quotes a tweet from University of Delaware associate professor Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve, Sociology and Criminal Justice, and author of the Marshall Project report.
Elon Musk’s highflying 2018: What 150,000 miles in a private jet reveal about his “excruciating” year Washington PostCharles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance, said Musk’s travel was symptomatic of a troubling executive culture, in which public shareholders pay for the high-profile trips of their company’s “superstar.”
Alma mater names public policy school in honor of Biden PostThe Post was one of several news outlets nationwide that ran the AP's coverage of Tuesday's announcement.
UD professor mapping Delaware's opioid crisis Public MediaLocal NPR affiliate reports on UD's Delaware Opioid Metric Intelligence Project, an interactive online map displaying overdose rates throughout the state, and quotes Tammy Anderson, Center for Drug and Health Studies.
Activist investor tries new tactic in Campbell Soup fight Daniel Loeb's decision to reduce the slate of nominees is a smart one, said Charles Elson, Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance. "He increases his chances by reducing his numbers."
The Problem With Making The Fastest Planes On Earth? They’re Too Loud. NewsDavid Suisman, History, commented on a test conducted in Oklahoma City in 2015. “Oklahoma City was selected as a place supportive of the aviation industry, and people there still didn’t like sonic booms,” he said.
Oprah, Beyoncé and Taylor: They 'lost' in midterms, so what about celebrity political pull in 2020? TodayPaul Brewer, Communication, points out Winfrey wasn’t trying to change people’s entrenched political identities – their tribal identities so to speak. Instead, she was trying to persuade primary voters who only needed a "modest nudge" to go one way or another. NOTE: Also quoted on the same topic in The Tennessean

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