Monday, December 4, 2017

In the News:

  • CASE Appoints Widener University’s Senior Fundraiser as Vice President, Development – CASE (12/1 – Linda Durant, senior vice president for university advancement, has been appointed vice president of development for the Council for Advancement and Support of Education.)
  • Accusers face risks in breaking nondisclosure agreements – The Washington Post (12/1 – Delaware Law Professor Alan Garfield provided expert commentary. The Associated Press story also appeared in CBS News, Boston Herald and Los Angeles Times.)
  • What does ‘family values’ mean in the Trump era? – KCRW (12/1 – Delaware Law Professor John Culhane was on a panel for the “One Year Later” series that looks at various topics one year after the presidential election.)
  • Widener Students to Showcase Art at Nebula Gallery in Chester – Targeted News Service (12/1 – Story about the Widener University Student and Faculty Art Exhibition.)
  • Widener students help lead collaboration with National Constitution Center – Delaware County Daily Times (12/3 – Story about the Widener University College of Arts & Sciences students from Delaware County who served as facilitators for the Common Ground event at the National Constitution Center. Similar stories also appeared in The Daily Item on 12/4 and the Reading Eagle on 12/3.)
  • Court should reject half-baked attempt to discriminate against gays – The Philadelphia Inquirer (12/4 – Column written by Delaware Law Professor Alan Garfield)

Alumni News:

  • The Tiny Dancer who made football history | Frank’s Place – The Philadelphia Inquirer (12/1 – Billy “White Shoes” Johnson attended Pennsylvania Military College)

Events on Main Campus Today:

  • Public Stargazing; 6 – 7 p.m.; Kirkbride Observatory

Athletics Update: