In the News:
- Group Challenging Drilling Law in Pittsburgh Suburb – State Impact NPR (11/10 – Commonwealth Law Professor John Dernbach was quoted)
- Could the U.S. government be legally liable to the survivors of those killed in the church attack at Sutherland Springs? A law professor makes the case. – Texas Standard (11/10 – Delaware Law Professor John Culhane was interviewed for a radio broadcast. His segment appears in the broadcast from 7:30 to 11:30. A similar story appeared on Texas Public Radio’s website on 11/10.)
- Widener University’s Veterans Day ceremony was featured during the 6 p.m. broadcast on WCAU (NBC) on 11/10.
- How to plan for retirement if you don’t plan to retire – Market Watch (11/10 – Column post by Widener Professor Kenn Tacchino)
- How the Trump wave swamped Delco – Delaware County Daily Times (11/12 – Associate Professor J. Wesley Leckrone was quoted)
- Today is last day for members of the university community to register for the Tuesday, Nov. 14 event at the National Constitution Center, “The First Amendment: Finding Common Ground in a Polarized World,” using this link. This page also includes sign ups for the free shuttle.
Events on Main Campus Today:
- Public Stargazing; 6 – 7 p.m.; Kirkbride Observatory
- Football: Delaware Valley 47, Widener 13
- Field Hockey: FDU-Florham 1, Widener 0
- Women’s Soccer: FDU-Florham 2, Widener 1
- Football to Travel to Franklin & Marshall in Centennial-MAC Bowl Series
- Women’s Cross Country Competes at NCAA Mideast Championships
- Livolsi Qualifies for National Championships as Widener Competes at NCAA Mideast Regional