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    Read All About It

    Graduate students in the School of Human Service Professions pen newspaper advice columns based on their research. Read More...

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    Bringing their “A” Game

    Widener student-athletes don’t shy away from the academic rigors of college life, they meet them head on. Read More...

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    Sense of Community

    Harris Hall, Widener’s newest residence hall, is more than a place for students to lay their heads at night, it is a vibrant living learning environment all its own. Read More...

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    Research Redefined

    Widener’s summer research program cultivates an environment of innovation for students university-wide. Read More...

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    Study of Movement

    Whether it’s through our dance program or clubs, Widener offers all students an opportunity to explore the study of movement. Read More...

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    Global Perspective

    Students from the School of Human Service Professions took an unforgettable international trip abroad to Japan this summer. Read More...

Recent News

  • Friday, October 9, 2015

    Widener's FreshBaked Theatre Company to Put a New Spin on "Hansel and Gretel" with "A Murder of Crows"

    The FreshBaked Theatre Company presents the play "A Murder of Crows" on two consecutive Sundays, Nov. 1 and Nov. 8, at 2 p.m.

  • Understanding the Injured BrainThursday, October 8, 2015

    Understanding the Injured Brain

    Ryan Raiker remembers getting in his friend's Pontiac Grand Am on a rainy, winter night to go to ice hockey practice, but he doesn't remember his head hitting the roof of the car after it crashed. "I know I was taken to the hospital, and they kept me over night," he said. "My mother came the next day, and I didn't know who she was. It was scary for both of us."

  • The Need for GreenThursday, October 8, 2015

    The Need for Green

    It wasn't the Eiffel Tower that drew Dr. Richard Hopkins to Paris, despite the view he had of it from his garret apartment.

  • A Polo Powerhouse of the PastThursday, October 8, 2015

    A Polo Powerhouse of the Past

    If you walk out onto Memorial Field behind Old Main and press your ear to the grass and listen hard enough, you might hear the sounds of pounding hooves and a mallet smacking a white ball.

  • Widener to Welcome Author Dinty Moore for Reading and Q-and-AWednesday, October 7, 2015

    Widener to Welcome Author Dinty Moore for Reading and Q-and-A

    The Widener University English and Creative Writing departments will welcome author Dinty Moore on Wednesday, Oct. 14 at 4 p.m. as part of the university's Distinguished Writers Series.

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