Category: News

Center for Social Work Education Gains Accolades

By Julie Heydeman '18

So far this semester, Widener’s Center for Social Work Education has received great recognition from the university and other established organizations, including multiple grants and awards. The Center for Social Work Education has three...

Common Ground Initiative Kicks Off Nov. 14

By Jennifer Rohrbach '18

On Tuesday, Nov. 14, Widener in partnership with the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia will be presenting “The First Amendment: Finding Common Ground in a Polarized World.” The program, during which attendees will be...

Strut Your Mutt on Oct. 27

By Jennifer Rohrbach '18 and Audrey Rucker '18

This Friday, Oct. 27, at 4 p.m., Memorial Field will be flush with pups for the first ever Strut Your Mutt Dog Costume Contest. The deadline to register is today, and for $5 you...

Homecoming Week 2017 Begins 10/9

By Jennifer Rohrbach '18

Today, Oct. 9, marks the beginning of Widener’s 2017 Homecoming Week. The festivities begin today with the Block Party to be held in the UC Atrium from 4 to 6:30 p.m, and conclude on...

Senators Introduce Bill for Tuition Savings Reform

By Benjamin Schittler '21

For the past several years, the expense of higher education has been increasing rapidly. College Board data listed the average cost of a four-year public school in 2016-17 to be $20,090 for in state residents and $35,370 for out of...

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...

Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention

By Hunter McGinnis '17

Widener Communications Studies students Corey Laubenstein ’18, Hunter McGinnis ’17, and Meghan Nealon ’17, are using their senior project as an opportunity to make a difference on Widener’s campus by organizing a walk to...