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Are You Fit?

By Kelsey Powell '18 and Jared Becker '18

On Sunday, September 27, Dauntless Battalion’s Alpha Company held their fourth-annual “Are You Fit Challenge.” This event, hosted on Widener University’s Memorial Field, consisted of obstacles such as a mud pit crawl, tire flips,...


Lone Brick Theater Presents Dissever My Soul

By Taylor Blum '18 and Nick Demberger '15

Through September 4 to September 20, 2015 Widener University’s Lone Brick Theatre preformed their original production of Dissever My Soul – an immersive theater production exploring the works of Edgar Allen Poe. The performances...


Glow Week: A Review/In Review

By Julie Heydeman '18

The Pride Activities Counsel held several events this past week for Glow Week. I attended two of these events, the Glow Spin-Art Frisbee Give Away held on Wednesday afternoon and the Glow Rage Paint...


Did You Know it was Hispanic Heritage Month?

By Johan Espinal '19 and Samuel Devecchis '19

Although you may not have noticed, it is Hispanic Heritage Month. September 15 marked the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month, but it seems that it did not draw awareness here at Widener University. There...


Carnival, Music, Vendors, Oh My!

By Blair Gelb '17

UPDATE: RIVERFRONT RAMBLE HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO RAIN.   Fantastic fun awaits you, your family, and friends this Saturday, October 3 from 12-9 p.m. Come enjoy headlining performances of individual and group music artists,...


Upcoming International Student Events

By Chris Sanchez '19

The International Student Services office here at Widener, which is located on the second floor of the University Center, has a great way making students from all over the world feel like this is...


High School Leaders Learn from The Best

By Joann Klein '17

Saturday, September 19, the Oskin Institute hosted its annual High School Leadership Workshop in Lathem Hall. The workshop was for high school students who previously won the high school leadership award as juniors. These...

Delta Phi Epsilon Kicks Cancer

Delta Phi Epsilon Kicks Cancer

By Kelsey Styles and Johan Espinal '19

On September 17, Delta Phi Epsilon rallied all of Greek life for a kickball game to raise support for a 2011 Widener nursing alumnus.