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President Wollman Wins Widener Students

By Kelsey Styles '17 and Khalil Williams '16

On Friday, Nov. 20, Dr. Julie Wollman, our soon-to-be Widener president, visited campus for a town-hall style meeting and afterwards met with Widener’s student leaders in an open forum to discuss question and concerns...


Dr. Michio Kaku Will Blow Your Mind

By Robert Dietrich '19

This Monday November 30, an exciting talk will be presented by the physicist, futurist and accomplished ice skater Dr. Michio Kaku. It will take place at 1 p.m. in Alumni Auditorium, and will be...


Wishing You a Happy Thanksgiving!

By Kelsey Styles '17

Celebrating Thanksgiving may be more American than celebrating Fourth of July. The holiday is made for gorging ourselves and shouting at our televisions– doesn’t get much more American than that, if we’re being honest....


Journalism Students Mingle With the Best

By Jeannette McGuire '17

Junior communications major, Joann Klein and myself were invited to the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia banquet on November 20, 2015. I had a phone interview with Broadcast Pioneer CEO Gerry Wilkinson two weeks prior...

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ROTC Training In Malawi, Africa

By Jordan Saufley '17

Learning to lead in a foreign culture is just one way that the Army ROTC tries to prepare myself and other cadets across the country to be future officers. This past summer I had...


Widener Nurses Prepare for Disaster!

By Alyssa Niedzwiedz '19

On Nov. 12, freshman nursing students gathered in Founders Hall to hear Professor Cathleen Evans and her senior nursing students speak about disaster planning. During the presentation, students learned how to make observations during a...


Check Your Money!

By Nicholas Demkin '17

Check Your Money! How to find valuable coins (and currency) in your change Since 1999, US state quarters have become a popular introduction into the world of coin collecting. After the completion of all...