Monday, November 9, 2015

In the News:

  • Community briefs: Widener University Art Gallery opens Deshong exhibition – Delaware County Daily Times (11/8) 
  • Edinboro University prepares plans for presidential search – Erie Times-News (11/8 – Mention of Dr. Julie Wollman, who has been named as the 10th president of Widener University) 
  • Delaware Achievers, Nov. 8 – The News Journal (11/8 – Law Professor John G. Culhane was named Delaware Law’s ninth H. Albert Young Fellow in Constitutional Law) 
  • John Irving’s ‘Avenue of Mysteries’: A hard fall from a high wire – The Philadelphia Inquirer (11/8 – Review by Sam Starnes, editor of Widener Magazine) 
  • The government shouldn’t make the wrong call on the Redskins – The Washington Post (11/7 – An op-ed by Law Dean Rod Smolla on the Redskins trademark appeal) 
  • The Night Sky in November – Media Town Talk (No link available; see the 11/5 edition for a monthly column by Harry Augensen, professor of physics & astronomy and director of the Widener University Observatory) 
  • The evening news broadcast on WCAU-TV (NBC) featured a recent recipient of the Widener University High School Leadership Award, Emily Holder of Wilson Area High School on 11/5.

News Releases:

Events today:

  • Conversation with Jennifer Lawless, Ph. D.: “Why Young People Pass on Politics and How to Engage Them;” 12–1 p.m.;  Commonwealth Law, Administrative Building, A180
  • Advice and a Slice: Internships; 4 p.m.; Career Lounge
  • Stargazing; 6–7 p.m.; Widener Observatory

Athletic Update: