Monday, March 5, 2018

In the News:

  • Little Mirrors of Mortality – Slate (3/1 – Delaware Law Professor John Culhane is the author of this article) 
  • Joyner-Francis family ‘cannot find peace or justice’ in Delaware, spokeswoman says – The News Journal (3/2 – This article quotes Delaware Law Professor Romie Griesmer)
  • On Campus: Widener tours White House, Delco students excel around country – Delaware County Daily Times (3/4 – Widener faculty and students received a private tour of the White House led by alumnus David Almacy, who served under former President George W. Bush as the White House Internet and e-communications director)
  • 10 years later, what does Chester have to show for stadium project? – Delaware County Daily Times (3/4 – This article available online and in today’s print edition quotes Brian Larson, marketing professor and sports management director at Widener)
  • What Happens If Someone Breaks a Non-Disclosure Agreement? – PBS Frontline (3/2 – Delaware Law Professor Alan Garfield is quoted)
  • Campus Notes: March 4 – Reading Eagle (3/4 – Emily Floreen, a junior political science major at Widener, has been named to the newly created Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania Student Aid Advocacy Council)

Alumni News:

  • Trump nominates two for STB – Railway Age (3/2 – Widener graduate Michelle A. Schultz is one of President Trump’s nominees for the two vacant Republican Surface Transportation Board (STB) seats)

Athletics Update:

 

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