Monday, April 17, 2017

In the News:

  • The Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event was highlighted during the evening news on WPVI-TV (ABC). A clip filmed by Sam DeVecchis, a communication studies student, was also aired on WCAU-TV (NBC). Coverage was also featured on the front page of the Delaware County Daily Times (4/14) and again in a photo (4/17 no link available)
  • The Springtime Egg Hunt hosted by the Child Development Center was featured on WPVI-TV (ABC), KYW-TV (CBS), WTXF-TV (FOX) during afternoon broadcasts on 4/13. A photo array was published in the Delaware County Daily Times (4/14 no link available)
  • The signing of the agreement between Widener University and the City of Chester for discounted tuition appeared on My PHL 17, WPVI-TV (ABC) and WCAU-TV (NBC). It was also featured in the Delaware County Daily Times and The Philadelphia Inquirer (4/13).
  • Legal expert opines on choice of Family Court for Howard High School murder trial — Delaware 105.9FM online (4/17 — Delaware Law School Lecturer at Law Romie Griesmer commented on 4/13 after verdict was announced.) Griesmer’s commentary was also featured in The News Journal, at, and live on WDEL news radio.
  • President Trump tells reporters he thinks Susan Rice committed a crime — VivereMilano (4/15 — Delaware Law Distinguished Professor John G. Culhane was quoted)
  • Fundraiser planned for tot lot in Kingston — Citizens Voice (4/15 Commonwealth Law School Scholar in Residence Donald Brown will speak at a public lecture on the economic and ethical aspects of climate change.
  • Should Pennsylvania just get rid of its lieutenant governor’s office? — Philly Voice (4/15 Associate Professor Wesley Leckrone on Pennsylvania’s system for choosing a lieutenant governor)
  • Weighing CON laws against push for greater price transparency — Modern Healthcare (4/11 — Professor Michael Rosko is quoted)
  • DNREC won’t clarify Delaware City refinery’s appeal deadline — The News Journal (4/14 — Delaware Law Associate Professor Kenneth T. Kristl was quoted)
  • United Airlines forcibly removes passenger on overbooked flight — WDEL news radio (4/12) Delaware Law Associate Professor Leslie Johnson gave live on-air commentary (no link available)

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