November 14, 2016

In the News:

  • Peace of Mind: The importance of family tradition – News of Delaware County (11/13 – Column by Genevieve Millet, a student in the Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology)
  • Southern Poverty Law Center calls on Donald Trump to denounce racially-charged incidents at schools – Philly Voice (11/12 – Dr. Richard Cooper, professor of social work, provided expert commentary)
  • ‘Urban Harvest Festival’ celebrates Chester-Widener partnership – Chester City Blog (11/12 – News of the Urban Harvest Festival, which grew out of the Boundaries and Bridges Initiative)
  • President-elect Donald Trump, per your request some advice – The News Journal (11/11 – op-ed by Alan Garfield, professor at Widener Delaware Law)
  • Trump’s shaping of Delaware bench could have swift impact in IP law – Delaware Law Weekly (11/11 – Thomas J. Reed, professor emeritus at Widener Delaware Law, provided expert commentary)
  • Widener law remembers fallen alum with scholarship – ABC27 (11/11 – News of Widener Law Commonwealth’s Veterans Day Ceremony, which honored fallen alum Shane Mahaffee, ’94)
  • Veterans Day 2016 – Harrisburg Magazine (11/11- News of Widener Law Commonwealth’s Veterans Day Ceremony, which honored fallen alum Shane Mahaffee, ’94)
  • Widener welcomes engineering wannabes – Chester City Blog (11/11 – News of the School of Engineering’s camp for high school students)

Athletic Update:

Events on Main Campus Today:

  • President’s Lecture; 12 p.m., Lathem Hall
  • Stargazing; 6 p.m., Widener Observatory
  • Hospitality Management’s Chef Series; 6 p.m., Marriott Dining Room

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