Friday, May 6, 2016

In the News:

  • Go Wild: Saturday event opens Townsend Property – The News Journal (5/6 – Kenneth Kristl, associate professor and director of the Environmental & Natural Resources Law Clinic at Delaware Law, was quoted)
  • Rolling Stones tell Trump to pull the plug on their songs – WDEL-FM (5/5 – Delaware Law Professor Alan Garfield was interviewed on News at Noon)
  • Jayne Thompson, senior lecturer in English and creative writing, was featured on a panel “The Challenge to Transform Lives in the Criminal Justice System,” which was held at Commonwealth Law and aired on 5/5 on the Pennsylvania Cable Network.
  • Wynnewood Student Receives Princeton Prize in Race Relation – Patch (5/5 – Mention of a recipient of the Widener University High School Leadership Award
  • Here’s what’s really at stake in Texas’ challenge to Obama’s immigration policies: Jill E. Family – PennLive (5/3 – An op-ed by Jill Family, director of the Law and Government Institute and professor at Commonwealth Law)

Events on Main Campus Today: Last Day of Classes on Main Campus

  • Residence Hall Association hosts “Late Night Breakfast;” 9:30 p.m.; Pride Cafe

Events at Commonwealth Law Today:

  • Symposium: “The Military, the Law and the Constitution;” 8:30 a.m.–3:10 p.m.; Administration Building

Athletic Update: