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A Reflection of Widener Chorale

By Emily Defreitas '15

When I came to Widener, I knew I wanted to join the Widener Chorale, and I’m glad I did. When I was a freshman, chorale rehearsals started a couple of weeks after classes, and...

The Widener community joins together to fight cancer.

Students Join Together for Relay for Life

By Nicolina Givin '14

On Friday, Apr. 11, students from the Widener community joined together for a 24-hour walk to fight against cancer, known as Relay for Life. From 5p.m. to 5a.m., students could walk, participate in games,...


Soccer for Success Partners with Talluto’s On Campus

By Autumn Heisler '15

Soccer for Success,  the free soccer-based after-school program that uses soccer as a tool to combat childhood obesity and promote healthy lifestyles for children in Chester and around the United States, is teaming up...

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Lillian Rouse-Thomas: The Thread in my Family Quilt

By Janelle Naomi Rouse '15

Merriam-Webster defines a quilt as “a bed coverlet of two layers of cloth filled with padding held in place by ties or stitched designs.” It is those ties that tie the quilt together or...

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Widener Students Storm the Capitol

By Emily Bonney '15

College Students Concerned with College Costs (CSCubed), a group of Widener’s political science and communication studies students, attended Student Lobby Day in Pensylvania’s capital, Harrisburg, on April 1 to meet with Pennsylvania’s General Assembly...


College Affordability Panel at Widener

By Nicole Crossey '16

Students, elected representatives, and professors came together in Widener University’s Webb Room on Thursday, March 13 to discuss problems facing higher education for the College Affordability Panel. The panelists represented important players in the...


My Experience as President for a Day

By Rachel Yenko-Martinka '14

Ever since I first heard about the opportunity in my freshman year, I wanted to be the President for a Day. That year I applied and was one of the top five applicants, but...