A Tale of Two Schools
The design of a building says a lot about the people who built it. That¹s no different for schools. A school¹s look and function speak to the educational priorities of its creators. In our First Look this week we¹ll show you two Delaware schools, one new and one old. Together they tell us a story about where education in the First State has been, and where it might be going.
The unemployment rate for black men is said to be an alarming one here in Wilmington, especially for those coming out of prison or those with limited education. A dramatization of the issue on stage could offer the solution to putting many of those men back to work.
First Person: A Legal Trip to Cuba
In February, a group of about 30 students from Widener University Delaware Law School trekked to Cuba for look inside the island¹s culture, history, and legal traditions. We talk with two of those students and their professor about the thawing relationship between Cuba and the U.S. and what that might mean for Delaware¹s legal community.
In recent years, some state lawmakers have tried to lure movie producers to Delaware. Those efforts have been largely unsuccessful. But did you know that one of this year’s blockbusters is actually Delaware-based?
First Experience: Charles Rowe
Charles Rowe worked as an electrician for his father, but art was his true calling. A surrealist, Charles uses his unique view of the world around him to inspire his work. First Experience this week travels to his Wilmington studio to get his view and see the work it has inspired.