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The Dome, Vol. 4, Issue 4 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
November 17, 1949
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 1 , Vol. 4, Issue 4
  1 website  
Date Range
November 17, 1949
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 1 , Vol. 4, Issue 4
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. Vol. 4, No. 4; November 17, 1949 "Papers Written 60 Years Ago Found in PMC Library" Theses from 1890, 1891 classes "Regulations for Passes Altered; Auto Rides Okayed" Student life "Mancini's Ork Here Nov. 18" Popular Nick Mancini's Orchestra to perform " 'Music is Fun' Show Will Stop for One-Nighter at PMC Dec. 2" Nationally famous music entertainment program " 'Fire! Save the Books!' Echoed as PMC Burned" 1882 fire in Old Main "PMC Prep School Has Finest Season" Best football record in school's history
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."
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Arrangement
Chronological
URL Notes
the Digital Collection of "the Dome," including the full text of this issue. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1947-2008 - the Dome" and search for this issue by date.
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The P.M.C. News, Vol. 4, Issue 4 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
February, 1920
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #10, Vol. 4, Issue 4
  1 website  
Date Range
February, 1920
Category
Governance - Administrative
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel #10, Vol. 4, Issue 4
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The P.M.C. News, February 1920 "Handsome Pool Presented to P.M.C. by Chas J. Webb" Charles J. Webb announced on December 23, 1919 that he would donate a swimming pool to be placed in the new armory. Charles J. Webb & Company was Philadelphia's leading wool merchant. His three sons attended P.M.C.: Charles E. Webb, or "Ed," graduated in 1903 with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry; Andrew F. Webb graduated in 1905 with a chemistry degree; and Herbert K. Webb withdrew during his junior year in 1909 to enter the family business. "P.M.C. 1920 Squad Full of Promise Says Coach Pauxtis" The article lists the 1920 football schedule. Campuzano, Lloyd, and Henry will return to make up the backfield. Crow will play center. Fried will be replaced by Mueller as right tackle. Sweeny will be replaced by Bryant at left tackle. Voskamp will leave his left end position to be replaced by Claus. Malinowski will be right guard, replacing Schilling. Maguire may be a guard; Lawshe is captain and will play right end. "Lieut. Church Had Interesting Experience in Brazilian Jungles" Lieutenant Earl Church, Associate Professor of Engineering, worked with Dr. Hamilton Rice's expedition in Brazil where he aided in mapping the Amazon and the Negro. Photograph of Earl Church. The P.M.C. basketball team defeated the Textile School of Philadelphia 42-26 on January 10, 1920. Players: Crow, Pool, Crothers, Voskamp, Campuzano. "Lieut. Cowee Sees Future for Philadelphia in Air-Commerce" Lieutenant Theodore H. Cowee, Air Service, is an instructor of aeronautics at P.M.C. He proposes steps that Philadelphia should take to invite air commerce. "Position of Responsibility Given P.M.C. Graduate" Major C.E. Myers, class of 1909, has been given responsibility of state highway work in Delaware, Montgomery, and Chester counties. "P.M.C. Student Brings Message From Far-Away Bolivia" Jose M. del Carpio is the nephew of former Circe-President del Carpio of the Republic of Bolivia. Jose del Carpio is taking a civil engineering course at P.M.C. He feels that the Germans are undermining American trade in Bolivia. "Bayonet Instruction" Lieutenants Campuzano and Pool are assigning the Military Department in its bayonet drill. Both men had served in the war effort. "Basketball Season Gets Under Way at P.M.C." D.E. Shull coaches the Sophomore Team. He is an instructor in the Junior School. Professor of English N. E. McClure will coach the Senior Team. Karl E. Agan, an English instructor, will coach the Junior Team. Frank C. Johnson, a Junior School instructor, will coach the Freshmen. Frank Griffin has been employed to work with the Varsity and second teams; he is the former coach for Swarthmore College. Varsity lineup: Pool, Trump, Crothers, Voskamp, Campuzano, Crow. Second team lineup: Brumby, Rosenbloom, Anders, Battin, Mehrer. Team schedule is given. Photograph: "The Five Coaches of the Six Basketball Teams at Pennsylvania Military College. Left to right: Prof. D.E. Shull, instructor in the Junior School; Prof. N.E. McClure, instructor in English; Frank Griffin, coach of the Varsity; Prof. Karl E. Agan, instructor in English; Prof. Frank C. Johnson, instructor in the Junior School." "Still in the Service" Lieutenant Donald Fitzgerald, class of 1907, is still at Fort Bliss, Texas with the 104th Aero Squadron. Captain Raymond C. Ward, class of 1910, remains at Fort Storey, Fort Henry, Virginia. Harold V. Carson, class of 1916, is with the Engineer Corps in Poland. Gustave E. Warway, class of 1915, served with the Medical Corps and has re-enlisted. Albert F. Huntt, class of 1891, received a Master of Architecture by P.M.C. in 1912. [Note: The information about Albert Huntt in this issue of the P.M.C. News is incorrect. Huntt received a Bachelor in Architecture Degree from PMC in 1892.] "P.M.C. Opens Swiftly; Two Faculty Changes" P.M.C. opened for winter term on January 6, 1920 with high enrollment. Colonel Hyatt was present; Dean Wyman prepared a cadet schedule. Summerfield M. McCarteney, A.B., takes the place of Professor Horace R. Barnes as Professor of Economics. Elmer L. Hunting, B.S., takes the place of E.B. Miller as Assistant Professor of Mathematics.
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
College and University Relations - Publications
Campus Life
PMC News (1916-1945)
Newspapers - PMC News (1916-1945)
Levi Wyman (See Also L.P. Wyman, Levi P. Wyman, Dean Wyman, Dr. Wyman)
Arrangement
Chronological
URL Notes
the Digital Collection of the PMC News, including the full text of this issue. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1916-1950 - The PMC News," and search for this issue by date.
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The Dome, October 4, 2002

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Date Range
October 4, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, October 4, 2002
Date Range
October 4, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, October 4, 2002
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. October 4, 2002 No Vol. or Issue Number “Widener Art Gallery Comes Alive” The Deshong collection and current exhibits at the Widener Art Gallery. “Paper, plastic, or aluminum?” About recycling on campus. Fenn’s Minds Eye: Editorial Perspective “Live from Atmosphere Five!” Satire on space program with cartoon. “Letter From the Editor” How the contestants in Miss America Pageant diet for the event. “Palestinian Intifada Marks Its Second Anniversary” September 28th marked second anniversary of Palestinian uprising against Israeli occupation. “Krav Maga Kicks Butt at Widener” Krav Maga, a form of martial arts, classes are available on campus. “National Alliance For Mentally Ill: Creating Awareness” The organization works to educate the public about mental illness.
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Arrangement
Chronological
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The Dome, April 4, 2003

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Date Range
April 4, 2003
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, April 4, 2003
Date Range
April 4, 2003
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, April 4, 2003
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. April 4, 2003 No Vol. or Issue Number “Widener Alumni Makes A Difference For Young Parents” Marcell Banks Blair, a School of Social Work graduate, is now the program coordinator for Young Parents Support Network, a group working with teen parents. “Little Shop of Horrors Soon To Be Open To Public” The Theatre Widener Acting Company production runs April 10th through 13th. “Widener Reads To Chester” The Widener Reads Program is a work study position tutoring children in local elementary schools. “Harris For a Day” Student to be selected who will change places with President Harris for a day. “C.A.B. Confessions” Report of campus activities. “Widener Briefs…Not Boxers” Summaries of Widener news and student organization activities. Honors Week 2003 “Honors Week: An Overview” This is the time when Widener celebrates students’ academic achievements. The events were on March 17 through March 21. “Science Awards Ceremony” Science majors with a 3.25 GPA or higher were honored. Some were inducted into honors societies. “Phi Kappa Phi Inductions” A national honor society for high scholastic achievement inducted new members. “Students Present Research Findings” Presentations were March 18 through 21 in Webb Room. “Happenings” April Calendar. “Traditional April Fool’s Day Supplement” Features stories of Godzilla at Widener, surveillance cameras in school bathrooms, President Harris revealed to be squirrels in a man-suit and fake personal ads. America Goes To War “Controversy Surrounds Wars” “Protests Around the World Over War” “A Call To Arms” Widener alumnus writes to his fraternity while preparing to deploy overseas. “Writer’s Block” Works by Widener students. “Letters from Sea: India” One of series of reports written by a student on her Semester at Sea experience in India. Women’s History Month Coverage “Gayle Stahlhuth in ‘Lou: The Remarkable Miss Alcott’” One woman show about life of Louisa May Alcott. “Mary Leftridge Byrd Speaks Out” Warden at State Correctional Institution in Chester speaks on importance of family to prisoners.
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
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Chronological
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The Dome, Vol. 38, Issue 4 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
October 7, 1983
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 6 , Vol. 38, Issue 4
  1 website  
Date Range
October 7, 1983
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 6 , Vol. 38, Issue 4
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. Vol. 38 No. 4 October 7, 1983 "Expansion to 100 watts is in WDNR's future" WDNR radio station "TV Room to open soon" New TV Lounge in MacMorland Center "Lock system revisited" Campus housing and safety "Security strengthened due to better communication" Campus Safety "New Co-op director" New director of the Co-op Program, Mr. Frank LaVerghetta "Campus property increased" Widener expansion, purchasing of two buildings on Walnut Street, East 13th Street and Potter Street "Psychologist available to help with college stress" Widener psychologist George Leute "Safety - a never ending battle" Campus safety
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."
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Arrangement
Chronological
URL Notes
the Digital Collection of "the Dome," including the full text of this issue. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1947-2008 - the Dome" and search for this issue by date.
Websites
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The Dome, Vol. 39, Issue 4 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
October 5, 1984
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 6 , Vol. 39, Issue 4
  1 website  
Date Range
October 5, 1984
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 6 , Vol. 39, Issue 4
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. Vol. 39 No. 4 October 5, 1984 "Parking procedures reviewed by campus safety" Parking problems on campus "New colony joins IFC" Phi Delta Theta "Morelli: new Vice-President for Development Dr. Joseph Morelli
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."
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Arrangement
Chronological
URL Notes
the Digital Collection of "the Dome," including the full text of this issue. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1947-2008 - the Dome" and search for this issue by date.
Websites
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The Dome, Vol. 40, Issue 4 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
October 4, 1985
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 7 , Vol. 40, Issue 4
  1 website  
Date Range
October 4, 1985
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 7 , Vol. 40, Issue 4
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. Vol. 40 No. 4 October 4, 1985 "The Tradition Continues" Homecoming 1985 "Evaluations approaching" Middle States Evaluation for Accreditation "House purchased on 14th Street" Named the "John Bullock House" who founded the boys school here in 1821 "VP Locke to retire at end of year" Vice President of Administration Theodore F. Locke, Jr. to retire "Homecoming Court" Homecoming 1985 Court pictures
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."
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Arrangement
Chronological
URL Notes
the Digital Collection of "the Dome," including the full text of this issue. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1947-2008 - the Dome" and search for this issue by date.
Websites
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The Dome, Vol. 41, Issue 4 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
October 3, 1986
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 7 , Vol. 41, Issue 4
  1 website  
Date Range
October 3, 1986
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 7 , Vol. 41, Issue 4
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. Vol. 41 No. 4 October 3, 1986 "Student Delegates Appointed" Ambassador Program "1986 Homecoming Queen and King Candidates" Pictures
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."
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Arrangement
Chronological
URL Notes
the Digital Collection of "the Dome," including the full text of this issue. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1947-2008 - the Dome" and search for this issue by date.
Websites
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The Dome, Vol. 42, Issue 4 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
October 2, 1987
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 7 , Vol. 42, Issue 4
  1 website  
Date Range
October 2, 1987
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 7 , Vol. 42, Issue 4
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. Vol. 42 No. 4 October 2, 1987 "Mac Center Under New Command" Newly appointed Director of MacMorland Center, Steve Martin
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."
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Arrangement
Chronological
URL Notes
the Digital Collection of "the Dome," including the full text of this issue. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1947-2008 - the Dome" and search for this issue by date.
Websites
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The Dome, Vol. 43, Issue 4 (Microfilm and Digital)

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Date Range
October 7, 1988
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 8 , Vol. 43, Issue 4
  1 website  
Date Range
October 7, 1988
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 8 , Vol. 43, Issue 4
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. Vol. 43 No. 4 October 7, 1988 "Homecoming '88" Homecoming 1988 "Manlove: A Winning Tradition" Athletic Director and Head Football Coach, Bill Manlove "Homecoming Finalists 1988" Pictures "New Housing Planned" Campus Housing (Now known as New Hall and Boettner Hall)
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."
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Arrangement
Chronological
URL Notes
the Digital Collection of "the Dome," including the full text of this issue. Under "All Collections," select "Newspapers - 1947-2008 - the Dome" and search for this issue by date.
Websites
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