Tuesday, April 18, 2017

In the news:

  • Widener University expands discounted tuition program — Philadelphia Business Journal (4/17 — Coverage of agreement between Widener University and city of Chester with President Dr. Julie E. Wollman quoted)
  • York Immigration Court has denied most asylum — but why? — WITF online (4/17 Widener Law Commonwealth Professor Jill E. Family commented on ways to improve the function of immigration courts). A similar story appeared 4/14 in the York Daily Record, The Evening Sun, and Chambersburg Public Opinion.
  • Judge convicts girl in death of Amy Joyner-Francis — WPVI-TV (ABC) (4/13 — Coverage of verdict in Howard High School bathroom beating. Delaware Law Lecturer at Law Romie Griesmer was interviewed for afternoon broadcast). Griesmer was also interviewed on WCAU-TV (NBC), with no link available.

Alumni news:

  • Chandlee Kuhn appointed director of work-based learning for Del Tech effective May 1 — Cape Gazette (4/18 — Coverage of Delaware Law School alumna Chandlee Johnson Kuhn, former chief judge of Delaware Family Court, taking a new professional assignment)

News releases:

Athletic updates:

Events on main campus:

  • Spring preview day
  • Softball vs. Penn State Brandywine; doubleheader 4 and 6 p.m.; Home
  • Women’s lacrosse vs. Arcadia; 7 p.m.; Home