In the News:
- Forum at Widener looks at suicide among LGBT youth – Delaware County Daily Times (2/10 – Story on a conference presented by the Widener Center for Violence Prevention, featuring Dr. Brent Satterly, associate professor of social work)
- Letters to the Editor: Legal Coverage – The Philadelphia Inquirer (2/10 – Letter written by Jules Epstein, professor of law)
- Mystery of 1971 break in at Media FBI office solved? – Delaware County Daily Times (2/10 – Widener University was mentioned)
- The School of Engineering’s Mini Camp for High School Girls was featured on the evening news broadcast on WPVI-TV on 2/9.
- Widener and Delco Times Partner on “Live from the Newsroom” Broadcast – Ms. B: The Good News Blog (2/9)
- Polar plunge into Brandywine lives up to name – Daily Local News (2/8 – Kappa Sigma of Widener University raised the most money as a team)
- The new jurist in residence for the Harrisburg Campus was mentioned on the morning broadcast on WITF-FM on 2/7.
- Area students on Widener dean’s list – Standard Speaker (2/7)
- The Philadelphia Speaker Series presented by Widener University was mentioned on an afternoon broadcast on WHYY-FM on 2/7.
- The 2/5 edition of the News Journal mentioned that Erin Daly, co-interim dean of the Delaware Campus and professor of law, and Jim May, professor of law, attended a conference in in South Africa on constitutional environmental rights.
Events on Main Campus Today: SASSY Week Begins
- Hospitality Career Fair; 11 a.m.–1 p.m.; Lathem Hall
- Healthy Monday: “Circle of Six;” 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m.; University Center Atrium
- “Romantic Comedies: Fact or Fiction;” 12–12:50 p.m.; University Center, Room F
- Track & Field Competes at Three Events Over the Weekend
- Men’s Basketball: Widener 82, Hood 77
- Women’s Basketball: Widener 77, Hood 61
- Egee helps Widener close out Hood – Delaware County Daily Times (2/8)