Monday, May 19, 2014

In the News:

  • Widener graduates 600 Saturday – Delaware County Daily Times (5/18 – Feature story on the Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony, which mentioned Tiffany Johnson, a dual special education/elementary education major, who flew in from China for the event) 
  • Wading through the malarkey of judges as umpires – The News Journal (5/18 – Op-ed by Law Professor Alan Garfield*)
  • Mother And Daughter Graduate From Widener University – WTXF-TV (FOX) (5/17 – A feature story appeared on the evening news broadcast about Maribel Blythe and Kidian Martinez, a mother and daughter, who received their masters degrees during the Graduate Commencement Ceremony
  • A mention of the Undergraduate Commencement Ceremony appeared on WCAU-TV (NBC) during the morning broadcast on 5/17.
  • Widener Law School graduation – The News Journal (5/17 – Photos from Commencement Ceremony on the Delaware Campus*
  • Corbett banks on reversal in governor’s race – The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (5/17 – Wes Leckrone, associate professor of political science, provided expert commentary. A similar story appeared in the Delaware County Daily Times)
  • The Graduate Commencement Ceremony was featured during the evening news broadcast on KYW-TV (CBS) on 5/16.
  • Widener Law study examines legal ramifications of addressing sea level rise – WDDE-FM (NPR) (5/16 – Story on a study from Widener’s Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic. Kenneth Kristl, associate professor of law, was quoted)
  • Rain prompts colleges to move commencement ceremonies indoors – (5/16) 
  • Rain Forces Widener University Graduation Inside – CBS Philly (5/16)
  • Splitting the dean in two at Widener – Philadelphia Business Journal (5/16 – Mention of Law Dean Linda L. Ammons, who will retire and the restructuring of the School of Law
  • Remembering Justice Earl Warren’s surprising legacy – The News Journal (5/16 – Op-ed by Bob Hayman, professor emeritus of law*)
  • What we’re losing when we lose Giovanni’s Room – The Philadelphia City Paper (5/15 – Article by Law Professor John Culhane

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