Monday, October 31

In the News:

  • Battleground Bros: Concerns Over Climate Change Action –NBC10 (NBC10’s Battleground Bros visited Widener University’s Main Campus to talk with MBA student Ryan Raiker and Delaware Law students Andrea Stickley and Kane Daly about the environment as it relates to the presidential election. The full coverage appears online, and NBC10 has aired clips and discussed the Widener interviews on news broadcasts throughout the weekend)
  • Widener University panel discusses history, pros and cons of Electoral College – Vista Today (10/31 – Story on the Electoral College panel taped by Communication Studies and featuring Delaware Law School Professor Alan Garfield, Delaware Law School Dean Rod Smolla, Trustee Brian Tierney and Associate Professor of Political Science James Vike)
  • People on the Move – Philadelphia Inquirer (10/31 – News that the Widener University School of Business Administration has appointed John C. Baldino as executive in residence)
  • What’s happening in and around town – Delco News Network (10/30 – Mention of upcoming stargazing sessions at the Widener University Observatory)
  • Night Words: Autumn stars march across the night sky – Town Talk (10/30 – Dr. Harry Augensen, professor of astronomy and physics, published his monthly column about what to look for in the night sky)
  • Three topics take the lead in Delaware’s governor race – Newsworks.org (10/28 – Mention that Widener University Delaware Law School hosted the debate; WHYY radio rebroadcast the debate, which was first aired live on the morning of 10/28 and featured a welcome by Widener President Julie E. Wollman, throughout the weekend)
  • Palliative Care: What every LGBTQ person needs to know – Philadelphia Gay News (10/26 – Guest article by Stephanie Chando, a PhD candidate in the Center for Human Sexuality Studies)

Athletic Update:

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