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The Review is the student published newspaper at the University of Delaware. The digital collection offers a copy of this newspaper up until 2012.

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Resources

  • General
    • Conner, W. “The First Hundred Years.” University of Delaware Alumni News 4 (1934): 5-8.
    • Hoffecker, C. Beneath Thy Guiding Hand: A History of Women at the University of Delaware. Newark: University of Delaware, 1994.
    • Lewis, W. “University of Delaware: Ancestors, Friends, and Neighbors.” Delaware Notes 34 (1961): 1-242.
    • Munroe, J. The University of Delaware: A History. Newark: University of Delaware, 1986.
    • Powell, L. The History of Education in Delaware. Contributions to American Educational History Series. Bureau of Education Circular of Information #3. Washington, D.C.:
  • Government Printing Office, 1893.
    • Vallandigham, E. Fifty Years of Delaware College, 1870-1920. Newark: Press of Kells, [1920].
    • Ward, C. The University of Delaware: A Historical Sketch. Newark: University of Delaware, 1934.
  • Origins
    • Cramton, W. and N. Moore. “A Forerunner to Delaware College and Its Popular Rejection.” Delaware History 12 (1966): 121-146.
    • Garrett, J. “The Delaware College Lotteries, 1818-1845.” Delaware History 7 (1957): 299-318.
    • McAnear, B. “The Charter of the Academy of Newark.” Delaware History 4 (1950): 149-156.
    • Morgan, G. “The Colonial Origin of Newark Academy.” Delaware Notes 8 (1934): 7-30.
  • People
    • Chance, E. “Matthew Wilson – Professor, Preacher, Patriot, Physician.” Delaware History 10 (1963): 271-284.
    • Edmondson, F. “Daniel Kirkwood – ‘Dean of American Astronomers’.” Mercury, Journal of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific 29 (2000): 26-33.
    • Hoffecker, C. Familiar Relations: The du Ponts and the University of Delaware. Newark: University of Delaware, 2000.
    • Horowitz, R. “Be Loyal to Your Industry:” J. Frank Gordy, Jr., the Cooperative Extension Service, and the Making of a Business Community in the Delmarva Poultry Industry, 1945-1970.” Delaware History 27 (1996-1997): 3-18.
    • Moyne, E. “August Fredrik Soldan: A Finnish Scholar at Delaware College in 1849-1850.” Delaware Notes 23 (1950): 83-89.
    • Munroe, J. “Albert Newton Raub and the Administration of Delaware College, 1888-1896.” Delaware Notes 21 (1948): 1-18.
    • Munroe, J. “From the Past – Presidential Profiles.” University of Delaware Messenger 6 (1997): 16-19.
    • Pears, T. “Francis Alison, Colonial Educator.” Delaware Notes 17 (1944): 9-22.
    • Perkins, J. & R. Bailey. Harry Fletcher Brown: An Essay in Appreciation. Newark: University of Delaware, 1960.
    • Quick, R. “Murder at Delaware College: The Death of John Edward Roach, March 30, 1858.” Delaware Notes 31 (1958): 1-31.
    • Ryden, G. “The Founding of the University of Delaware and Its First President, Dr. E. W. Gilbert.” Delaware Notes 8 (1934): 31-39.
    • Taggart, R. “Everett C. Johnson (1879-1926): Political Visionary and Eternal Optimist.” Delaware History 25 (1993-1994): 215-236.
    • Wood, D. H. Rodney Sharp Sr.: An Appreciation. Newark: University of Delaware, 1980.
  • Programs and Units
    • Able, A. III and W. Lewis. “The Library Story (1833-1953).” Delaware Notes 26 (1953): 77-91.
    • Craven, W. “The Winterthur Program in Early American Culture: An Experiment in a Joint-Institutional, Inter-Disciplinary Curriculum.” Winterthur Portfolio 1 (1964): 139-149.
    • Hoffecker, C. and J. Munroe. Books, Bricks, and Bibliophiles: The University of Delaware Library. Newark: University of Delaware, 1984.
    • Robinson, W. “History of the Women’s College of the University of Delaware, 1914-38.” Delaware Notes 20 (1947): 5-69.
    • Walton, W. “American Girls and French Jeunes Filles: Negotiating National Identities in Interwar France.” Gender and History 17 (2005): 325-353.
    • Walton, W. “Internationalism and the Junior Year Abroad: American Students in France in the 1920s and 1930s.” Diplomatic History 29 (2005): 255-278.
  • Issues and Topics
    • Edirisooriya, G. “A Historical Analysis of the State-University Relationship: A Case Study of the University of Delaware, USA.” History of Education 32 (2003): 367-383.
    • McKay, K. “The Debate over ROTC at the University of Delaware, 1920-1940.” Delaware History 23 (1989): 227-246.
    • Munroe, J. Church vs. State: The Early Struggle for Control of Delaware College. The Fourth College of Arts and Science Distinguished Faculty Lecture. Newark: University of Delaware, 1982.
    • Redding, L. “Desegregation in Higher Education in Delaware.” Journal of Negro Education 27 (1958): 253-259.
    • Reed, H. “Student Life at Delaware College, 1834-1859.” Delaware Notes 8 (1934): 40-74.
    • Ryden, G. “The Suspension of Delaware College in 1859 and Early but Unsuccessful Attempts at its Reorganization.” Delaware Notes 8 (1934): 75-83.
    • Woolard, A. “Parker v. The University of Delaware: The Desegregation of Higher Education in Delaware.” Delaware History 22 (1986): 111-123.