Monday, June 11, 2018

In the News:

  • Mass incarceration has failed in Delaware. Time to end it. – The News Journal (6/7 – Alison Wakelin, a senior lecturer in physics and astronomy at Widener, writes this op-ed about legislation that may address mass incarceration) 
  • 277 graduate from Daniel Boone High School – The Mercury News (6/9 – High school graduates share their plans to attend Widener)
  • Law school dean quells private school woes on Equal Rights Amendment – WDEL (6/9 – Delaware Law dean Rod Smolla was interviewed about the equal rights amendment brought before the Delaware general assembly. Interview also ran on air on WDEL 101.7 FM.)
  • Ninth annual Italian American Heritage Festival offers food, fun & entertainment – Delaware County Daily Times (6/10 – Widener is an associate member of the Coalition of Italian American Organizations of Delaware County) 
  • Family, friends seek justice in Chester slaying – Delaware County Daily Times (6/11 – A track meeting held at Widener this past weekend is mentioned in this article online and in print)
  • Chester Upland launches inaugural City Wide Spelling Bee – Delaware County Daily Times (6/11 – Widener hosted the inaugural spelling bee competition)

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Athletic Updates:

Events on Main Campus today:

  • Monday Mile walking series; 12 p.m.; Walk meets at 14th and Melrose, in front of Old Main