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Delaware Today

Annie Jump Cannon Boasts a Stellar Legacy in Delaware’s History
Legendary Dover astronomer Annie Jump Cannon blazed a trail for other women in the field, leaving a legacy in Delaware.
A New Charter School Honors a Local Leader in Sussex County
Near the Sussex County hometown of a civil rights giant, a new school will honor his legacy and educate future generations.
A Look at Being a Foster Parent in Delaware
Delaware Today writer Andrew Sharp shares his experience as a foster parent of two girls in the First State.
Meet the Family Behind the Woodland Ferry in Delaware
The Cannon family launched a ferry service on the Nanticoke River in the 1740s that survives—and thrives—to this day.
This Delaware Native Oversees a $10 Billion Telescope at NASA
A Sussex County native’s fascination with space took her to NASA, where she’s advancing the field of science with a $10 billion telescope.
The History of the Bride and Groom Cypress Trees in Lewes
A tale of lost love grows with Lewes’ landmark bride and groom cypress trees, which are estimated to date back to the early 1800s.
The Hagley Museum Preserves Delaware’s Industrial History
Wilmington’s Hagley estate preserves the du Pont family’s earliest days—which changed the course of Delaware history.

Ohio State Alumni Magazine

Meet 5 mentors at Ohio State
As Sherée Greco, Chad Zipfel, Dan Thomas, Monica Giusti and Kentaro Fujita show, faculty and staff feed students’ curiosity, challenge and nurture them.
6 tips for mentors | Ohio State Alumni Magazine
We asked six of Ohio State’s best mentors what advice they would share for others working to guide the next generation.
How retired Ohio State professors continue researching
The Emeritus Academy helps faculty continue their studies and share findings with respected peers and the Buckeye community after retirement.

Denison Magazine

Squashing the competition - Winter 2024 | Denison Magazine
For some, “squash” indicates a fruit or vegetable ­— not a vigorous athletic contest featuring racquets and a small rubber ball.
Club baseball dreams - Spring 2023 | Denison Magazine
They built it, and the players came
Composition and Combat - Winter 2023 | Denison Magazine
It’s that old cliche: the English professor who writes books and coaches sword fighting
Pitching on an international stage - Spring 2023 | Denison Magazine
Denison softball star Sydney Silverstein ’25 has already won gold in the Maccabiah Games, Israel’s biggest sporting event. She’s just getting started

University of Delaware

On the Job with Oliver Yao: New Lerner Dean Is Focused on the Promise of FinTech
Oliver Yao, the new dean of the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics, wants the college to be at the center of the financial technology revolution.
Students, Professors Describe Impactful Lerner Study Abroad Trips
Both groups describe study abroad experiences that deepened understanding of global business, sparked new ways of thinking, and in some cases altered the courses of their lives.
Lerner Student Andrea Plumser Works “Dream” MLB All-Star Week Festivities in Seattle
The sport management major thought her chances of landing an internship at baseball’s All-Star Game were slim. She applied anyway.
Banks under pressure
As financial institutions struggle, what will the ripple effects be for average consumers?
International Women’s Day | UDaily
UD’s Women’s Leadership Initiative raises awareness of the remarkable Afghan women who have thrived since arriving on campus
The Business Side of the Super Bowl | UDaily
Is the economic impact as big as touted?

Delaware Business magazine

"Accounting firms in Delaware tackle a hiring crisis"

Coming Up Short - Issuu
BY ANDREW SHARP

"Connecting people and places: Quietly humming in the background, this industry powers your life," cover story on transportation and the Delaware River and Bay Authority.

"Health care in a rapidly changing county," cover story featuring Beebe Healthcare and Dr. David Tam.

Delaware Journalism Collaborative

Why language use divides us — and how it can help close those gaps - Delaware Business Now
AdvertisementThese stories were produced for the Delaware Journalism Collaborative by Andrew Sharp and Risha Inaganti. Andrew has worked as an editor and reporter for news outlets around the Delmarva Peninsula and is […]
Taking Sides - Local Journalism Initiative
As we approach Election Day, the Delaware Journalism Collaborative looks at a unique post-election tradition in the First State.

Also published by collaborative members Delaware Business Now, Delaware Business Times, Delaware Live, Delaware Online/The News Journal, Delaware State News/Sussex Post and WHYY.

Companion interview with Delaware Public Media:

Return Day on The Green - Local Journalism Initiative
A dispute over burying the hatchet: Return Day caught up in growing polarization The Green hosted by Tom Byrne, Delaware Public Media Delaware Public Media is part of the recently launched Delaware Journalism Collaborative, a partnership of local news and community organizations working to bridge di…

Delaware Beach Life

Surfing the Gray Wave - Delaware Beach Life
Delaware Beach Life is the only full-color glossy magazine focused on coastal Delaware’s culture and lifestyle. With style, humor and local insight in its stories, profiles and regular departments, Delaware Beach Life has become THE magazine for those who love coastal Delaware.
Water Stewardship - Delaware Beach Life
Delaware Beach Life is the only full-color glossy magazine focused on coastal Delaware’s culture and lifestyle. With style, humor and local insight in its stories, profiles and regular departments, Delaware Beach Life has become THE magazine for those who love coastal Delaware.

Delaware Business Times

Foreign doctors help treat growing Delaware population
With not enough doctors coming to Delaware, the J-1 visa program is critical in attracting and retaining physicians in the First State.
Delaware home prices may cool, but don’t expect a crash
The housing market - and home prices - has been exceptionally hot in recent years. With rising interest rates, what’s next?
Delaware warehouse market bucks national worries for now
While major tenants have pared back national warehouse needs, Delaware has continued to see a tight market with rising rents.
Lewes looks to balance tourism, residents with short-term rental rules
Addressing residents’ concerns, Lewes city officials are considering a proposed ordinance that would regulate Airbnbs and Vrbos in the beach city.

Delaware Live

Is DeSantis Sending Immigrants To Sussex County? – Town Square Delaware LIVE
Media swarmed Georgetown’s Delaware Coastal Airport Tuesday following reports that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis planned to send a plane full of undocumented

Cape Gazette

Remember the Happy Day Club in Lewes
A family’s side hustle in Lewes – a home-based speakeasy – brought them into leadership of a community gathering place for the city’s Black community, where they ran a must-see show featuring regional and national talent. And then it all ended in a...
Lewes History Book Festival provides engaging atmosphere
For the first time in three years, the Lewes History Book Festival welcomed people to the First Town in the First State for a jam-packed weekend of in-person book discussions with some of the nation’s top authors. “We didn’t know what to expect...

(Second part of the piece, Pulitzer winner Ada Ferrer visits Lewes)

Delaware Business Now

Bid to build Seaford biogas plant faces final hurdles - Delaware Business Now
AdvertisementBy Andrew SharpA bitterly contested effort to build a poultry waste processing plant in Seaford is coming to the end of the permit process, which means we’ll find out soon if it will get the go-ahead from the state Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. The company B…
For now, Kent solar debate eases after sweeping restrictions - Delaware Business Now
AdvertisementBy Andrew Sharp After months of public concern and hearings over the use of land in Kent County for solar panels, things seem to have settled down for now after Levy Court commissioners approved new restrictions that ban massive solar projects on farmland. The amendment to an earlier or…
Delaware’s capricious summer weather leaves some areas with drought conditions - Delaware Business Now
Scattered thunderstorms, rather than widespread heavy rain, has left a patchwork of areas with enough moisture and others facing drought conditions