La Salle Security Expert Warns Cyberattacks Could EscalateGovernment officials are looking into who is behind a wave of cyberattacks that hit several popular websites Friday. A La Salle University expert warns this kind of outage could happen again.
A New School Year Brings New Techniques To Address Campus SafetyCasey co-authored the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination or (SaVE) Act
Former La Salle University Swimmer Swims Around Bermuda... In Record TimeLori King is a Norristown native and a La Salle University product, last month she accomplished quite the feat and became just the second person, and first woman, to swim around the island of Bermuda.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | March 2Chris reviewed last night's 'Super Tuesday' results, Apple bringing its fight with the FBI to Capitol Hill and Sam Bradford's extension with the Eagles. He talked with La Salle Professor Bill Weaver about Apple at 7:00, AB Stoddard from The Hill at 7:20 about 'Super Tuesday,' and Patrick Kerkstra from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 about Mayor Jim Kenney's proposed soda tax.
La Salle Beats George Mason 76-68Jordan Price had four 3-pointers and 24 points, and La Salle snapped a two-game losing streak on Saturday with a 76-68 win over George Mason.
Technology Experts Address Apple's Conflict With FBI Over San Bernardino Shooter's iPhoneTwo experts talk with Chris Stigall to assess the conflict between Apple and the FBI.
La Salle University Expands Varsity Sports Program With Water Polo, GolfLa Salle University is expanding it's varsity sports program with two sports that have previously been part of the college experience, but only as club teams.
La Salle University Shuttle Crashes In Olney; Driver InjuredThe accident happened around 1 a.m. Tuesday at Broad Street and Olney Avenue.
Price Leading The Way For ExplorersThe Explorers are being led by redshirt junior guard Jordan Price who has been locked in so far this season.
La Salle Professor: Wrong To Insert Race Into Oregon Shooting
Philadelphia Executive Suggests Staying Open Minded To New IdeasPatrick Boyle would also encourage people to ask questions and be confident that they can contribute because they have a unique perspective based on their individual life experiences.
WMOF Hosts International Mayors Forum At La Salle UniversityMayors from Baltimore, New Orleans, and Columbia South Carolina joined Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter at La Salle University as they discussed education, policing and medical issues facing their respective cities.