Blue Hen Voices
From stepping foot in your freshman dorm room to tossing your cap at graduation, the University of Delaware experience is filled with memory-making moments.
Blue Hens and friends have amazing stories to tell, thanks to their time on campus and putting their skills to work in communities beyond. Pull up a chair and listen in to their accomplishments, read personal stories and discover why they are proud to strut their blue-and-gold pride!
It’s time to take a trip down memory lane. Revisit campus life by listening to our Remember When voicemail series. Press play on these quick audio stories to hear funny, touching and heartwarming recollections from UD days.
Better yet, call us with your story! Simply dial the Remember When Line at 302-831-MYUD (6983) and leave us a quick voicemail after the beep. Missed connection? Memorable mentor? Hilarious prank? We’ll be listening.
Personal information will be edited out as necessary.
By leaving a voicemail, you are giving the University of Delaware permission to share your story on its various communications platforms.
Lauren, BE85: Friends From the Fourth Floor
Sue, AS83 | Just Add Water
Carly, EHD09 | From Dance Class to Campus
Jess, AS11: Blue Hens, Best Friends Forever
Think you've got a lot in common with your best friend? This UD grad reflects on discovering a surprising connection on campus.
Robin Wray, AS80: Quasars, Black Holes and Snow Days
A winter walk across the Green stirred reflection on one Blue Hen's place in the universe.
Tywanda Cuffy, AS04: RA Surprises at RAT Camp
An uninvited guest at Residence Assistant Training Camp brought new RAs together.
Annabelle Camp, AS19: First Day at Old College
After a year of feeling lost, transferring to UD helped this graduate find a mentor and home in the Department of Art Conservation.
John H, HS87: The Five-Year Plan
From mug night to ski trips to the first Macintosh computers in the library basement, this Blue Hen recalls the highlights of his five (yes, five!) years at UD.
Everybody’s college experience is unique to them, so who better to talk about UD than you? Read about alumni in their own words.
Twice the Love
Whether it was the sharing same freshman dorm or meeting at a football tailgate, our campus has a way of turning Blue Hens into lovebirds. Discover the love stories of these Double Dels.
Q&A with Podcasting Alumna Alexandra Cohl, AS14
Alexandra Cohl, AS14, has taken standout lessons of inequity and anti-racism from her English Lit education at UD and has applied it to serve and spotlight women and people of color in the podcast industry.
Q&A with Professor Mark Blenner, College of Engineering
Mark Blenner, a premier expert in biomanufacturing, didn’t hesitate to join the faculty of UD’s Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
Cutting through the Mystery of the UDAA Board of Directors
Ever wonder what serving on the UD Alumni Association Board of Directors is like? UDAA President Linda Justice Myrick, EG77, answers some common questions.