For the ninth consecutive year, The Delphian has placed in the Best College Newspaper category in the Press Club of Long Island awards, and staff writer Christopher Alvarez '20 was also awarded for his work.
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Feature Story: How the Performing Arts at Adelphi Have Changed and Adapted to the Pandemic Shutdown
After being shut down due to the pandemic, the performing arts are adapting to online formats and approaching performances in new ways. Between online music, theatre, and arts, the department is rising to the new virtual formats and creating new ways for people to interact with the performing arts. Read more about this on page 4, in the article "How the Performing Arts at Adelphi Have Changed and Adapted to the Pandemic Shutdown," by staff writer Justin Kresse.
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