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Getting Involved at Widener

By Autumn Heisler '15

Widener University is back in session and has plenty in store for new and returning students. This Thursday, Aug. 28, hosts Widener’s annual Involvement Fair. Here, student clubs and organizations will be set up...

Widener sophomore Drew Phillipes (right) takes a selfie with panelist Jeff Jarvis, founder of BuzzMachine. (Photo by Emma Litwiller ’15.)

Widener Helps Commemorate Internet Milestone

By Maria Klecko '15

Members of the Widener community recently gathered with leading national journalists in New York to commemorate and evaluate a quarter century of the Internet and online news. The university co-sponsored the event “Journalism and the Web@25:...


What to Expect After Graduation

By Eric Licause '16

College students often wonder how they can better themselves in the workplace or improve their chances of landing that dream job. Widener’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) chapter had two Widener alumnae...


Student Housing: a Fiasco or a Work in Progress?

By Autumn Heisler '15

This year’s student housing process did not go as smoothly as it could have. With an overwhelming amount of students in need of a living space next year, Residence Life had their fair share...


Two Commencement Ceremonies for Widener

By Maria Klecko '15

For the first time, Widener University will split its Main Campus commencement into two ceremonies—one for undergraduates and another for graduate students. Due to growing enrollment and increased retention, the university has decided to hold...


Widener Ink is Hot Off the Press

By Kelsey Styles '17

April 23rd saw the release of Widener Ink, a journal of student work created by students for students. Released annually, this journal contains poetry and prose as well as artwork and photography, all exclusively...