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The Dome, Vol. 44, Issue 16 (Microfilm and Digital)

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February 16th, 1990
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 8, Vol. 44, Issue 16
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February 16th, 1990
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. Vol. 44 No. 16 February 16th, 1990 “Judge Bork Speaks to Widener Community” Judge Robert H. Bork answers a wide range of questions, including denial of a Supreme Court Confirmation. “Lewis: Better than Broadway” Broadway star Jenifer Lewis visits Widener for the third time. “WDNR 89.5 FM” WDNR has been on the air for 21 years.
The full text of this issue can be found online in the Digital Collections of the Wolfgram Memorial Library at digitalwolfgram.widener.edu. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1947-2008 - the Dome."
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The Dome, Vol. 21 Issue 5 (Microfilm and Digital)

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November 30, 1966
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
Institution
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
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Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #3, Vol. 21, Issue 5
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November 30, 1966
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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The Dome
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PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
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Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #3, Vol. 21, Issue 5
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
Vol. 21 No. 5 November 30, 1966 "School of Engineering Receives Accreditation" "Faulty Construction, Inadequacies of Dorm Cited by Campus Reps" "Constitution ratified by Students" SGA constitution "SAC Presents the Letterman as Second Feature Attraction" "Language Major Offered for First Time Here, Program will include French, German, Spanish" "The Crozer Rebellion How the Students of a Small College Weathered the Effects of a Major Social Breakthrough" "Federal Agent Speaks of Increase use of Narcotics on Campus" Mr. Samuel Levine, Philadelphia District Supervisor of the Federal Bureau spoke 11/10/66
The full text of this issue can be found online in the Digital Collections of the Wolfgram Memorial Library at digitalwolfgram.widener.edu. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1947-2008 - the Dome."
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The Dome, Vol. 49, Issue 16

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February 17, 1995
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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Box 10 Dome Shelf, Vol. 49, Issue 16
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February 17, 1995
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The Dome
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. February 17, 1995 Vol. 49 No. 16 “Innocent Until Proved Guilty?” Facts about the two violent incidents occurred on the weekend of February 3rd. “Problem Skills for Children” A workshop titled “I Can Problem Solve” will be held on March 8th. “Editorial: Widener Cares” Rebuts statements by Chester N.A.A.C.P. Director in response to February 3rd incident, and lists some of the many services that Widener offers to the Chester Community. “Letters to the Editor” Letters are about previous letter by Andrew Varga concerning Resident Assistants, titled “Honor and Respect” and “Commuter Speaks Out.” “Doc’s Corner: Assumptions” Staff Writer Pat ‘Doc’ Driscoll responds to comments about Resident Assistant Andrew Varga’s letter. “100th Night Revisted” Keith Slater, President Class of 1995 rebuts comment about 100th night “Letter to the Editor” Thomas H. Carnwath, Assistant to the President and Commencement Committee Chairman comments on location of the 1995 Commencement. “For the Movie Enthusiast:” Reviews. “Employers On-Line” New service for employers and job seekers called INTERsection bbs. “Greek 101: Greek to Greek” Purpose of this series of presentation is to provide overview of Greek life, privileges and responsibilities. “Undergraduate of the Week: Studies A Serious matter for Shiarra” Donna Shiarra is a Nursing student and an employee of the Perkins Loan Office. She is active in the Student Nursing Association. Her daughter is also a Widener student. Story includes photo of Shiarra. “Adoption: An International Issue” Widener Assistant Professor of Economics, Thomas O. Armstrong, talks about difficulties he encountered when adopting a child in Paraguay. Classifieds “Newsbriefs” Widener happenings and people. Personals Sports “Preventing Running Injuries” Tips.
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The Dome, Vol. 50, Issue 16

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September 13, 1996
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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Box 10 Dome Shelf, Vol. 50, Issue 16
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September 13, 1996
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. September 13, 1996 Vol. 50 No. 16 “Director of Campus Safety Resigns” A memorandum to all faculty and staff from Vice President David Eckert III dated September 10th announced the resignations, for unspecified reasons, of Stratis Skoufalos, former Director of Campus Safety and Joseph Platt, former Campus Safety Investigator. Story includes photos of Skoufalos and Platt. “Come and Ride the Train” New subway motif by senior engineering major Rich Feminella changes the appearance of the METRO. “Webb Hall, Going, Going…” A photo and brief history of Webb Hall. It was demolished in May 1996. A second photo of site of former Webb Hall after demolition is on page 2. “Freshman: Get a Life” Suggestions for freshman from Craig J.Loundas, Dean of Student Life. “Editorial” Editorial comments about changes on campus and to the Dome. “Question of the Week” Five students responded to the question: Are you superstitious about Friday the 13th? “Letter to the Editor” Letter written in May about the low reimbursement rate for books returned to the book store. Entertainment Reviews “This Week at Widener” Events and sports schedules.
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The Dome, Vol. 09, Issue 5

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December 12, 2007
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 09, Issue 5
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December 12, 2007
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. December 12, 2007 Vol. 09 No. 5 “University Threats on the Rise: The psychological breakdown…” Color photo of Campus with unnamed Campus Safety office in foreground. Story on page 2. “Are Campus Threats Becoming an Increasingly National Trend?” Story about increase of violence and threats of violence on college campuses, and an interview with Dr. Beth Howlett of Widener’s Counseling Center discussing some possible reasons for this. Includes color photo of unidentified Campus Safety Officer. “Threat in Dorm Bathroom Still Without Suspects” Two separate threats on campus: resulted in a lockdown of Boettner Hall on November 9th and evacuation of Wolfgram Library on the evening of November 14th. “El Gobernador Bueno” Visit to New York Immigrant Building to cover appearance by the Governor of New Mexico. “Opinion: Lay down your Sword and Shield” Comments on three bills pending in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives on gun control. “Flag Football Recap” “Sudoku” “Rowling Apparates Dumbledore Out of the Closet” Commentary and comments on confirmation that the Dumbledore character in the Harry Potter stories is gay. Story includes color photo from the film. “A New Foundation For Students” Story is about the projects and activities of students participating in alternative spring break working with Habitat for Humanity. Story includes color photo of unidentified student group. “It All Adds Up” Help with math is available at the Math Center. “Writer’s Stike[sic] Shows No End in Sight” Commentary on the strike by the Writer’s Guild of America, that started on November 5th. “Letter to the Editor” Some suggestions about the Football games from Professor Susan Warren. “Upcoming Concerts” Entertainment events in area venues. “Your Days are Numbered” On Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks and how they change as one ages. “Toys-R-Ridiculous” On toys: new and old favorites.
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The Dome, Vol. 10, Issue 5

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April 25, 2008
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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April 25, 2008
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The Dome
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Widener University
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. April 25, 2008 Vol. 10 No. 5 “Widener Gives Back Nationwide: Alternative Spring Break…” Page 1 features color photo of unnamed student group of participants in alternative spring break project. “Alternative Spring Break: Giving Back to Those Who Have Lost it All” Continues the story of the various projects and places groups visited with an additional color photo of group of participants. “Bouldering Charity” Wellness Center rock wall climbing contest held on April 9th to raise money for Childhood Leukemia Foundation. “Editorial: An Argentinean ASB Experience” Alternative spring break trip to Argentina included working to rebuild and rehab homes for four families while learning about the culture. Story includes color photo of two unnamed students working on home. “Last Weekend for ‘Noises Off’” Theatre Widener Acting Company is presenting the play “Noises Off” from April 24th to 27th. Color photo of performers Vitaliy Kin and Melissa Kearney in scene from play. “Spring Carnival 2008” List of events. “Race for Chase” Fundraising race held on April 6th for Widener student and Volunteer Firefighter Chase Frost, severely injured fighting a building fire in Parkside. Story includes color photo of race. “Greek Week Called Off” The Office of Greek Life called off the remainder of Greek Week activities because of reported unauthorized drinking events. Includes color photo titled Greeks take a firm stand on their roof. “Dean Pies Students for Charity” The Pie A Phi, pie tossing fundraiser was held March 28th. It was a joint project of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity and Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority. Includes color photo of Dean Manning tossing pie at a fraternity brother. “RHA Declares War” Residence Halls Association sponsors Widener Wars competition among residence halls held April 14th to April 20th. “Editorial: Shh… Shout it Out: a Day of Silence” April 25th is 12th annual Day of Silence, a student led day of action concerning bullying and harassment of the LGBT community. “Hypnosis: How Clucking Like a Chicken Can Relieve Stress” Includes comments by hypnotherapist Barbara Gambrill and presentation by hypnotist Joe DeVito on April 24th sponsored by Widener University’s Student Life. “Shakespeare Festival” Annual event will be held on the week of April. “The Dome thanks our graduating seniors: Mary, Eddie, Josh, Tom, Vitaliy, Johnna and Brian. Good Luck!” Includes color group photo of Dome staff.
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The Dome, Vol. 11, Issue 5

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December 5, 2008
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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December 5, 2008
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The Dome
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Widener University
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. December 5, 2008 Vol. 11 No. 5 “Five Million to Widener University” Alumni David Oskin and his family donated five million dollars to Widener to develop a leadership institute. This was the largest single gift in Widener’s history. “Reflections of Veterans Day” Story includes two color photos of Widener Veteran’s Day ceremonies. “College Costs—Understanding an Investment” Story about why cost of college is an investment that leads to increased earning power over a lifetime, and how tuition and other funds are spent. “Pseudo-private Racism and the reminder of work yet to be done” Letter to editor on racism by visiting Professor Matthew Whitehead, Psy.D. “The Hub at Widener” The Hub on 15th and Providence Road is Phase 1 of the University Crossings revitalization project. Apartments are available with discounts for Widener students and staff. “PRSSA visits Detroit for Conference” Members of Widener’s Public Relations Student Society Of America chapter attended the annual conference in Detroit. “Remember to (REGISTER TO) Vote!” Mike Fenn on life after college and the recent election. “The Widener 40th Anniversary Celebration” Story about the November 1st event for WDNR alumni and current WDNR staff. Entertainment included a Pink Floyd tribute band. “Some Random Facts” From www.strangefacts.net . “Campus Opinion” Four students respond to question: What is your favorite thing about Thanksgiving? “The Great Smokeout” This is a nationwide event held this year on November 30th, to encourage smokers to quit. “Black Friday Madness” Written from the perspective of student who is a store employee who generally likes Black Friday. “Sports Speakers Provide Words of Encouragement” November 10th presentation hosted by School of Business titled “Selling Sports like Soap” for Sports Management students. “Widener Art Gallery Welcomes the Coalition Ingenu” The Coalition Ingenu is a nonprofit group. Exhibit runs until December 6th. Story includes color photo of artist Justin Duerr with his paintings. “December and January Student Life Campus Events” List of events.
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The Dome, Vol. 49, Issue 5

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October 14, 1994
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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Box 10 Dome Shelf, Vol. 49, Issue 5
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October 14, 1994
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. October 14, 1994 Vol. 49 No. 5 “Homecoming ’94 Widener Fest I” Reproduction of poster listing the Homecoming events and activities. “Editorial: Serious Problem” Deliberately setting off false alarms in the dorms is not a harmless prank. “Letter To The Editor” Writer complains about computer lab in the Library. “Not To Be Taken Seriously” On the University’s regulations and restrictions of alcohol at Homecoming weekend. “’Off The Record’” Sports talk show host and Graduate of Widener School of Law, Mike Missanelli, was guest speaker for the October 5th Sports Management class on Sports and the Law. “Coffee Anyone?” Modern Language Club hosted an International coffee hour on October 6th. Henrik Edger, Ph.D. from Delaware County Community College was the guest. “Broadcasting With A New Image” WDNR has relocated next to THE METRO. Story includes photo of new studio. “Undergraduate of the Week: Getting Your Priorities Straight” Wiggins is a senior Accounting major, member of several honor societies and a Resident Assistant. Story includes photo of Wiggins. “Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week” This year’s theme was “The Decisions You Make Today Can Affect All Your Tomorrows.” Story includes list of scheduled events. “Homecoming’s Final Four” Photos of four finalists each for Homecoming Queen and Homecoming King with their fraternity, sorority or campus organization. “Great Laughs at Comedy Nite” Review of Comedy Night at The Metro with photo of unnamed performer. “Newsbriefs” Widener happenings and people.
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The Dome, Vol. 50, Issue 5

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November 10, 1995
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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Box 10 Dome Shelf, Vol. 50, Issue 5
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November 10, 1995
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. November 10, 1995 Vol. 50 No. 5 “Lambda Chi Alpha Collects $20,000 in Food for Needy” 8,000 pounds of food were donated by Delaware County residents and collected by members of the fraternity for distribution in time for Thanksgiving. “Widener Nursing Professor Returns From Poland” Dr. Martha From, Assistant Professor of Nursing, taught English and Health Education for one month in Lomza, Poland. “Public Relations Career Seminar” “Breaking into TV Journalism” will be the topic for KYW-TV’s Don Clarks’s keynote address at the Philadelphia Public Relations Association’s first College Career Conference on November 11th. “A Time For Thanks, Not Stress” Suggestions from Psychology Professor Dr. Robert L Myers on how to make returning home from college for the holiday less stressful. “Editorial: Follow up on Last Week’s Editorial” Patrick ‘Doc’ Driscoll reports on his discussion with Vice President Eccard on the issue of campus crime and safety. Story includes photo of the Widener W, where one mugging happened. “Doc’s Corner: They Kill The Peacemakers” Patrick ‘Doc’ Driscoll writes on the death of Yitzhak Rabin, Prime Minister of Israel. He mentions other leaders and peacemakers who were assassinated including Lincoln and John F. Kennedy. “Is Your Dorm Being Kept Clean?” Students are not cleaning up their living area and the cleaning staff is falling behind in their work as well. “A Presidential Letter to the Editor” President Clinton writes to students about the impact the budget cuts proposed by Congress will have. “Alcohol Awareness for More Than One Week” Comments about drinking problems and their consequences that affect college students. “Undergraduate of the Week: Foersch is Well Prepared for Life” Susan Foertsch is a senior biology major. She is President of the Honors Program, a Freshman Seminar Student Assistant and a member of the Big Friends Program. Story includes photo of Foertsch. “Industrial Hygiene Graduate Fellowship Announced” Sponsored by the US Department of Energy, Office of Health, Industrial Hygiene Programs Division. “Migraine: When It’s More Than Just A Headache” Store describes symptoms and suggest ways to get some relief. “Health Physics Research Awards Available” College and University faculty may apply for US Department of Energy HRFRA program. Story explains purpose and qualifications. Classifieds Personals “Newsbriefs” Widener happenings and people. Sports
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The Dome, Vol. 51, Issue 5

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October 10, 1997
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Campus Life
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Widener University
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Box 10 Dome Shelf, Vol. 51, Issue 5
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October 10, 1997
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. October 10, 1997 Vol. 51 No. 5 “Homecoming marred by incidents” Reports of arrests, assaults, and robbery cast a shadow over festivities. Story lists several incidents. “Gay awareness comes to Widener” On October 7th, Open the Door to Your Fears, a gay awareness program organized by several Resident Assistants, was presented. “Truth be told” Comment on the incidents that occurred on Homecoming Weekend. “Letters to the Editor” Craig J. Loundass, Dean of Student Life responds to letter from student about technology fees in last edition of The Dome. “Question of the Week” Six students responded to the question: How safe do you feel on campus? “Mohr leaves Widener laughing” Review of Jay Mohr performance at Homecoming. Story includes photo of Mohr. “Alumni impressed with changes” Some positive comments by alumni on the changes at Widener since they were students. Entertainment Reviews “Spotlight On: Assistant Director of Residence Life” Interview with Michelle Neill, who is the new Director of Housing and Resident Life. “PROJECT: Learn MS ’98 essay competition” Scholarship funds are available through the Multiple Sclerosis Association PROJECT: Learn MS ’98 essay contest. “Choices 97- CAPS holds its annual career day” Event on October 7th was a chance for students to meet with company representatives. “Local bands come together to fight for kids” Fourth Annual “Fight for Kids” show to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network will be broadcasted on October 13th. “Design Tour 1997” The Delaware County Center for Contemporary Arts self guided tour event occurs on October 19th. Puzzle Sports “Widener drama group to perform one-act play October 21-26” Theatre Widener will perform The Sand Castle, a one act play by Lanford Wilson. “What’s Up at Widener” Events Schedule. Horoscopes
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