Tuesday, December 10, 2013

In the News:

  • Detroit bankruptcy ruling reverberates in Scranton – The Times-Tribune (12/9 – Law Professor Juliet Moringiello provided expert commentary. A similar story appeared on Newsworks
  • On campus news for Dec. 9, 2013 – The Patriot-News (12/9 – Mention of recent Widener Law graduates) 
  • Widener frosh Apogee Scholar – Delaware County Daily Times (No link available; see page 14 of the 12/8 edition for a story on Joann Kliein, a communications studies freshman, named the first Apogee Scholar at Widener) 
  • Chester to hold vigil honoring Mandela – Delaware County Daily Times (12/6 – Stephanie Schechner, assistant dean of Arts and Science, professor of French and Francophone Studies in Widener University’s African and African American Studies program, provided expert commentary) 
  • Business digest: Books-A-Million to hold grand opening at Chambersburg Mall – Public Opinion (12/5 – Mention of a Widener Law event. Law Dean Linda L. Ammons was quoted) 

Events on Main Campus today: 

  • Flu Clinic; 2–4 p.m.; Student Health Services (No Appointment Necessary)

Athletic Update: