Thursday, March 27, 2014

In the News:

  • President for a Day was featured during the evening news broadcast on 3/26 on WPVI-TV (ABC). Rachel Yenko-Martinka, a senior biology major and business minor, filled the role of President James T. Harris III, while he took her schedule as a student.
  • Missed ‘Live from the Newsroom’ talking Obamacare at Widener? Here is the replay – DelcoTimes.com (3/26 – Produced monthly by students in the Communication Studies program under the leadership of Tim Scpensky, senior lecturer, ‘Live from the Newsroom’ featured expert commentary from John Culhane, professor of law, and Wes Leckrone, associate professor of political science, and students who are participating in Student Lobby Day
  • Jobs for JDs, Just Later – preLaw Magazine (D. Benjamin Barros, professor of law, was featured in the spring issue on pages 14-17  about his work on an employment outcomes study of law alums two and three years after graduation)
  • Around the Nation  – preLaw Magazine (The  all-female Student Bar Association executive board serving the Delaware Campus was featured on page 9 of the spring issue) 
  • Public Trusts: Proposed fracking under Deer Lakes Park could run afoul of state constitution – Pittsburgh City Paper (3/26 – An article featuring Distinguished Professor of Law John Dernbach)
  • People – The Chester Spirit (No link available; see the 3/26 edition for a mention of Widener University’s Lone Brick Theatre Company’s upcoming performance) 

News Releases:

Events on the Delaware Campus today:

  • 12 p.m. Environmental Law Distinguished Speaker Series; Alfred Avins Special Collection Library Room (Video conferenced to Harrisburg Campus, Classroom Building, Room 205)

Athletic Update:

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