Thursday, January 14, 2016

Coming Up:

  • Today: Law Professor Mary Brigid McManamon will be on Hard Ball with Chris Matthews during the 5 p.m. broadcast on MSNBC and on Erin Burnett Outfront on CNN at 7:30 p.m.
  • Saturday: Law Professor Mary Brigid McManamon will be on CNN Newsroom Weekend with Poppy Harlow during the 3 p.m broadcast.

In the News:

  • FactChecking the Sixth Republican Debate – (1/15 – Mention of an op-ed by Mary Brigid McManamon, professor of law)
  • Ted Cruz May Not Be A Natural-Born Citizen After All – The Texas Standard, an NPR Show (1/14 – Law Professor Mary Brigid McManamon provided expert commentary. She as also interviewed on The Hard Line with Ed Berliner on NewsmaxTV)
  • Reading series resumes Jan. 21- Delaware County Daily Times (1/14 – Announcement of the return of the State Street Reading Series co-sponsored by Widener University and the Media Arts Council)
  • College Basketball: Hoops from Heart clinics now an MLK Day tradition – Delaware County Daily Times (1/14 – Widener University will offer a clinic) 
  • Why Study Hospitality and Tourism Management in the US? – Estudio No Exterior (1/14 – Post by Joy Dickerson, assistant dean of the Center for Hospitality Management, and Jeff Lolli, associate professor of hospitality management) 
  • Transcript of Portsmouth Council closed session reveals discussion of fine against Bill Moody – The Virginian-Pilot (1/14 – Delaware Law Dean Rod Smolla provided expert commentary) 
  • PEACE OF MIND: Obesity and Healthcare – News of Delaware County (1/13 – Monthly column written by a student in the PsyD program. This month’s column was written by Abigail C. Lyon)
  • Camden County College Pact Eases Transfer, Saves $75,000 on Business Degree from Widener – Gloucester City News (1/11) 
  • Vince DeLiberato, director of the PA Legislative Reference Bureau, was recognized in the Pennsylvania Bar News as a recipient of the Government Leadership Award presented by Widener Law Commonwealth for his dedication to students who wish to pursue a career in state government. (No link available) 

Athletic Update: