Category: Arts & Entertainment

Image by Sophia Hastings '18

Widener’s Got Talent

By Jennifer Rohrbach '18

Are you looking for something to do this Thursday night? Do you want to be entertained while supporting a great cause? Thursday April 13 will be the first Widener’s Got Talent show. The admission fee is...


Reading for Unity

By David Kelly '17

The Reading for Unity was held on April 1, 2017. Arranged by the English Staff of Widener and hosted by Professor Michael Cocchiarale, the event invited undergraduates from other local colleges to read inspiring...


Art of the Opera

By Nicole Gray '19

The trip to the New York Metropolitan Opera became a culturally enriching experience for a wide variety of Widener students. The invitation was originally extended to students in any Italian class or those involved...


Widener Ink Wants You!

By Haley Poluchuck '18

Everyone has probably come across a stray Widener Ink book or a flyer around campus, but few actually know what it is. Widener Ink is Widener’s official literary journal, comprised of short stories, poetry,...


Open Mic This Week! Open to All!

By Tyler Goodwin '17

  Join the Upsilon Pi Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc, at Open Mic in the Webb Room this Friday. This event will be the end to this semester’s Delta Week and you...

A cave painting displaying two reindeer from the Font-de-Gaume cave. The image was used on a T-shirt shown in the lecture.

PaleoLIThic Art

By David Kelly '17

A recent lecture on the art and life of Paleolithic cave paintings offered by Widener’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute sheds light on the ancient culture. On October 26, Rosemarie Pasdar and Jaan Troltenier presented a...


Books! Books! Books!

By Christina Mulford '19

The Baltimore Book Festival takes place once a year, usually shutting down a few streets of the city.  This year the Book Festival was held at the Inner Harbor. I found it odd to...