A Guide for the Shy Freshman

I have always been a very shy person, so of course I was nervous for my freshman year at UD. I was going to a school in a different state where I didn’t know anyone! Luckily, I had the Honors Program to help me come out of my shell. Here is some advice for the […] read more



An Ode to Judy

Dear Judy, You probably don’t know me, but I am one of your biggest fans. I was a freshman in the fall of 2012. I came to college spoiled, overtly privileged in terms of caffeine. You see, in my house, there is always a fresh pot of coffee on the counter, prepared by some java […] read more

Redding 1A Celebrates September birthdays with cupcakes!

Freshman Year 2.0

  Like most UD students, I have many fond memories of freshman year; pretty much everything from the muggy move-in day, to the bittersweet move out day in May. This year, however, I get to experience freshman year all over again (from a different angle) as a Munson Fellow. It is certainly interesting to get […] read more

And We’re Back

With the Fall 2014 semester in full swing, we thought we’d kick off our endeavors here at 186 South College with a deeper look at the entity that brought us all together, the Honors Program, and what it has meant to us. Stay tuned for unique perspectives on how this program has truly affected the […] read more

Is there a better place for rest and relaxation than the beach?

Reflection on Summer 2014

I can hardly believe that we are halfway through August; to me it seems like just yesterday I was packing my car and leaving Newark. And now, I only have two days left until I return to my home at the University of Delaware I don’t know about you, but my summer (well, at least […] read more

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