Thursday, May 11, 2017

In the News:

  • Are college students getting the attention they deserve? – The Philadelphia Inquirer (5/11 – An op-ed by Widener University President Dr. Julie E. Wollman)
  • Constitutional Crisis? Scholar Suggests We May Be On Brink – CBS Philly and Bloomberg (5/10 – Delaware Law Professor John Culhane was interviewed about the firing of FBA Director James Comey. He was also interviewed on WDEL-AM) 
  • Delaware County Community College’s Peter Gilmore Named Chef Educator of the Year – Pivot Today (5/10 – Classes are offered in partnership with the Center of Hospitality Management
  • Could The Comey Crisis Spur Trump’s Impeachment? – Vocativ and (5/10 – John Culhane, an H. Albert Young Fellow in constitutional law at Delaware Law, was quoted) 
  • Charging organizations with crimes not unusual – Centre Daily News (5/9 – Delaware Law Professor Judith Ritter provided expert commentary) 
  • Middletown residents sue Sunoco to stop pipeline, alleging violation of township ordinance – NPR StateImpact (5/9 – John Dernbach, a professor of environmental law at Commonwealth Law, provided expert commentary) 
  • Widener University Announces New Provost – Philly.comDelaware Business Times, and Public Now (5/9 – Dr. Dale Scalise-Smith has been named provost at Widener) 
  • Six running for three Dauphin County judgeships – PennLive (5/8 – Jeffrey McGuire, an adjunct at Commonwealth law, is a candidate)