Monday, July 9, 2018

In the News:

  • The next Supreme Court justice should have an open mind like Kennedy’s – The News Journal (7/3 – Delaware Law professor Alan Garfield is the author of this opinion piece discussing the future of the Supreme Court after Justice Kennedy’s retirement)
  • News Transcript On Campus, July 4 – – Mitchell MacKesy and Briana Yellin are listed for their dean’s list achievements)
  • Travel Stories Drive New Winners In Week Three Of #MyTopCollege – Forbes (7/6 – Widener is ranked in seventh place in week three of the Forbes #MyTopCollege social media challenge)
  • Campus notes – Reading Eagle (7/8 – Article lists local Widener students who recently earned degrees at the graduate and undergraduate level)
  • In the Service/Colleges – July 8, 2018 – New Jersey Herald (7/8 – Emily Garofalo was named to Widener dean’s list for the 2018 spring semester)
  • Hunter Travels To Costa Rica – Town Lively (Tracy Hunter, a senior biochemistry and environmental science major at Widener, traveled to Costa Rica from May 12 to 21 as part of an interdisciplinary course called Coffee Culture and the Environment)

Alumni News:

  • Amazon Delves into Health Data – The Wall Street Journal (7/2 – Ryan Stark, a 2007 Widener Law Commonwealth graduate, is quoted in the article regarding the privacy issues that may arise over Amazon’s entry into the prescription drug business)
  • Kimmel Carter Lawyer Speaks on Panel, Explains Global Commutation – Delaware Law Weekly (7/3 – Jonathan O’Neill, a Delaware Law graduate and partner at Kimmel, Carter, Roman, Peltz & O’Neill, spoke on a panel in regard to commutation in workers’ compensation cases)
  • Business people: July 5, 2018 – Delaware Business Now(7/5 – Easterseals Delaware & Maryland’s Eastern Shore welcomed Widener Law graduate Mindi Moore Tunnellto its Board of Directors)
  • Chase files for district court judge – The Dispatch (7/6 – Delaware Law graduate Shelby Chase has filed for judgeship in the Davidson and Davie counties)

Athletic Update: