900 Strikeouts And Counting For Villanova Softball PitcherStarting softball pitcher Kate Poppe notched her 900th career strikeout, ranking second nationally on the NCAA active all-time career strikeouts list.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | April 11Chris discussed Villanova’s victory parade, Phillies Opening Day, and President Obama’s vow to not influence Hillary Clinton’s email investigation. Chris spoke with Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna during the Monday Morning Matchup about the Presidential race at 7:00. He also spoke with Frances Martel regarding Philadelphia’s first Breitbart Meetup and Broadcaster Jim Jackson about the passing of Philadelphia Flyers co-founder and owner Ed Snider.
Zeoli Show Log 04.08.16Rich discussed Hillary Clinton breaking the rules on the NYC subway, Bill Clinton's apology to Black Lives Matter activists, and Villanova's parade. He also discussed Paypal's hypocrisy, Cruz's comments being called Anti-Semitic and President Obama's American Idol comments. Rich spoke with Dom about his project, Operation Smoke Out.
Villanova Championship Causes Boost in School Merch Sales, And BeyondBusiness has been booming at Villanova's bookstore since the big basketball win, but it's not just the national championship-themed merchandise that's providing a boost to the economy.
Social Justice Documentary Being Screened At VillanovaA small Catholic school in Southwest Philadelphia is the focus of a social justice documentary being screened Sunday afternoon at 3:30 at Villanova University.
Villanova Applications Increase In Light Of March Madness SuccessVillanova's success on the basketball court is translating to a winning season for its admissions office.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | March 17Chris discussed President Obama's Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland, Gov. John Kasich visiting Villanova and President Obama's March Madness bracket. He also discussed Adam LaRoche stepping away from baseball to put family first, Charlie Dent's support of John Kasich and St. Patrick's Day causing homework for students and parents. Chris spoke with Comedian Adam Ferrara at 7:20 and Rep. Charlie Dent at 8:00.
Local University's App Puts Help One Touch AwayCan a smartphone make you safer? Villanova University thinks so, and is empowering students and staff with a free app that puts help one tap away.
St. Joe's Off To Strong 4-1 StartPhil Martelli's squad is 4-1 on the season as they prepare to host Big 5 rival Villanova on Tuesday night.
Villanova University Hosts World's Largest Student-Run Special Olympics EventVillanova University is buzzing this weekend as the 27th annual Special Olympics Fall Festival returns, bringing more than 1,500 athletes and coaches to campus.
Some Students On Villanova Campus Against Move To Transition Public Safety Officers Into Armed Police ForceOn the campus at Villanova University, not all students are comforted by the decision to transition the existing Public Safety Department into an armed University Police Force.
Health Leaders Weigh In On Fracking ReportTwo Philadelphia health professionals are conceding the latest report released by an anti-fracking environmental group has no direct impact on residents living in the city.
Zeoli Show Log 10.20.15Rich discussed Donald Trump defending his 9/11 comments, Villanova adds more security, and Jeb Bush being his brother's keeper. He also discussed restaurant inspection, Martin O'Malley covering a Taylor Swift song and the #BoycottStarWars controversy. Rich spoke with Robert Tracinski at 3:45pm about Star Wars, Gov. Ed Rendell at 4pm and Jared Shelly at 5pm about Comcast selling data.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | October 20Chris reviewed the unveiling of the new Star Wars trailer, the Eagles win on Monday Night Football, and the guilty verdict in the Center City building collapse. He also talked with CBS 3 Sports Anchor Pat Gallen about the Eagles win at 7:00 and Presidential candidate Rick Santorum at 7:20.
Villanova University Will Start On Campus Police DepartmentUniversity officials say they will transition about 19 of the current 75-members of their campus security operation to armed police officers, rather than security guards.