Tuesday, March 6, 2018

In the News:

  • Educational nominating panel selects 27 nominees for School Board – The Philadelphia Sunday (3/2 – Nominee candidate Sharon Parker is a Widener graduate)
  • Brazil students want to break use of plastic bags – The Trinidad and Tobago Guardian (3/3 – Dr. Bretton Alvare, chairman of the Department of Anthropology at Widener, is featured in this story. A similar story ran in CCN TV6.)
  • Opioid settlement talks heat up as drugmakers reduce marketing – Bloomberg (3/5 – Jean Eggen, a mass-tort law professor at Delaware Law School, is quoted. Story also ran in Crain’s Cleveland Business.)
  • Widener takes on Neumann in ECAC DIII Men’s Basketball Championship – ECAC Sports (3/3 – Coverage of the Widener men’s basketball team in the ECAC championship. Additional tournament coverage in ECAC Sports.)
  • McElroy all-time home runs leader as softball splits – Bluffton Icon (3/5 – Widener softball faces off against Bluffton on Tuesday, March 6)
  • Today in history: March 6, 2018 – Delaware County Daily Times (3/6 – Online and in today’s print edition is a memory from the Pennsylvania Military College in 1943)

Alumni News:

  • People on the Move – The Times Tribune (3/4 – Commonwealth Law graduate Robin B. Snyder was named assistant director of the health care department at Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman Goggin)
  • Saint Joseph’s coach Phil Martelli calls basketball corruption ‘heart-wrenching’ – The Washington Times (3/5 – Phil Martelli is a Widener graduate)

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Athletics Updates:

Events on Delaware Law Campus Today:

  • Barbri Table Day; Main Street

Events on Commonwealth Law Campus Today:

  • CJE Program; 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.; A180