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The Dome, Vol. 10, Issue 1(Microfilm and Digital)

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November 2, 1955
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
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Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 1 , Vol. 10, Issue 1
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November 2, 1955
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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The Dome
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Pennsylvania Military College
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Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Reel # 1 , Vol. 10, Issue 1
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. Vol. 10, No. 1; November 2, 1955 "Grads and Dads Expected for Homecoming" Father/Son Banquet; Homecoming "Cloak and Dagger" Dan Moore, counter-intelligence officer, to give lecture
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 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 Dome, Vol. 10, Issue 2

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March 12, 2008
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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. 10, Issue 2
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March 12, 2008
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The Dome
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Widener University
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Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 10, Issue 2
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. March 12, 2008 Vol. 10 No. 2 “Major League Changes for Chester” See details of field of dreams on page 2. Color photo of artist’s drawing of aerial view of the Soccer Stadium complex. “State Officials Plan to Score Big with Chester Soccer Stadium” Stadium is the center piece of a half billion dollar revitalization project. “Students Travel to Barbados” Sixteen college field hockey players including two Widener students traveled to Barbados to compete in the Field Hockey Winter Bajan Challenge. Photo of 3 unnamed students. “WDNR DJs to Host 55 Hour Marathon” DJ’s will have fundraising marathon to raise money for the station from March 14th to March 16th. Includes photo of one of the DJ’s, probably Mike McCall. “WDNR from the Past to the Present” History of the station, which began in 1968. It is now in its 40th year. Includes program schedule. “The New St. Patrick’s’ Day” No religious celebration this year because of Holy Week. “Tragedy at Northern Illinois” On February 14th, a gunman opened fire on Northern University Illinois campus, killing five people and injuring many others. Photo of unnamed Northern University students reacting to tragedy. “Meet the New SGA Executive Team” Story and photo of officers of Student Government Association inaugurated on February 19th. “Honors Week 2008” Daily Program of Events March 12th to March 14th. “Widener Pride: Sports” “The House of Bernarda Alba” Theatre Widener Acting Company performances of the play ran from February 20th to February 24th . Includes photo of three cast members in costume. “Attack of the Man-Children” Mike Fenn writes about life after college and defends his immature lifestyle.
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The Dome, Vol. 10, Issue 3

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April 1, 2008
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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. 10, Issue 3
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April 1, 2008
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The Dome
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Widener University
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Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 10, Issue 3
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. April 1, 2008 Vol. 10 No. 3 Traditional April Fool’s Day Cover Pages 1, 2, 3 and 8 are dated as April 1, 1962. “In Memoriam: Widener Remembers Captain Nathan Raudenbush” Captain Nathan Raudenbush, a 2004 graduate of Widener, was killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq. Story includes two photos of Captain Raudenbush in camouflage and one of him running in a race at Widener. “Dr. Castaldo , Named Director of Women’s Studies” Interview with Dr. Annalisa Castaldo. “Widener Joins the PRSSA” The Public Relations Student Society of America, a new club at Widener, is open to all students. “Enriching Campus Diversity” The Multicultural Student Affairs office promotes diversity, assists international students. “Senility Sets in Early” Mike Fenn continues his series on life after college. Includes color photo of Muppets. “The Race to the White House” Delegate count for each candidate of both parties.
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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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Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 10, Issue 5
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April 25, 2008
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The Dome
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Widener University
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Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 10, Issue 5
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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. 49, Issue 10

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December 2, 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 10
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December 2, 1994
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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. December 2, 1994 Vol. 49 No. 10 “Being Thankful in Celebration” On November 17th the Big Friends program enjoyed a Thanksgiving dinner. Big Friends is a volunteer program pairing Widener students with local children. Story includes photo of several unnamed participants. “Privacy Is Not Absolute” Burgess Allison presented a lecture titled: “Vigilante Justice on the Electronic Frontier.” He is the technical Editor of Law Practice Management, published by the American Bar Association. “Editorial: CRUNCH!” On final exams. “Letter to the Editor: End the Excuses…” Letter to the editor comments on racial issue by Mark Roberts. “Great Support” President Bruce writes to compliment the Widener Cheerleaders and Band for their outstanding support of the football team. “Courtesy: Back in Demand” On importance of simple acts of courtesy. “Constructive Criticism” Writer offers suggestions to improve the newspaper. “Handicap Necessity” Al Rollins, Director of Operations responds to article about accessibility. “I Never Had A Chance, I Should Have Pulled the Trigger” Teto Saunders, a Widener student writes his first person account of difficulties of adjusting to life as an amputee after being shot in a holdup. “Health Care Reform” Gail Wilenski, a former White House Advisor on Health and Welfare policies spoke about: “Politics and Policies of Health Care Reform” on November 17th. “Alcohol and Creativity” Dr. Ernest Noble reports the findings of a study that disproves the popular belief that link alcohol and creativity. “Politics of Crime” Judge Lisa A. Richetti delivered the Pew Memorial Lecture on: “Politics of Crime: Rhetoric and Reality.” Story includes photo of Judge Richetti. “Resident Assistants ‘Mesh’ Together” Widener was the site of the November 12th Resident Assistant Conference sponsored by Mid Atlantic College and University Housing Offices. “Evening Fun Under 21” Entertainment events and venues in Philadelphia area. “What’s Up in Philly?’ Philadelphia area venues and events. “Owner of Euthanized Dog Receives $8,000” Story of Seattle dog owner whose pet was sold for research. Cartoon Corner “theater widener goes nuts” theater widener will present the Marx Brothers hit musical, “The COCOANUTS” from December 7th to December 11th. “Undergraduate of the Week: Kulpon Involved at Widener” Mary Kulpon is a senior mathematics major, a Resident Assistant, member of SGA and President of the Rotaract Club for three years. Classifieds “Newsbriefs” Widener happenings and people. Personals Sports
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The Dome, Vol. 50, Issue 10

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March 15, 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 10
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March 15, 1996
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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. March 15, 1996 Vol. 50 No. 10 “Walio’s Is Robbed” Walio’s Frog Pond was robbed on February 27th by two masked men with guns. Story includes exterior photo of Walio’s. “Mud, Blood, and Glory” Story about Widener University Rugby Football Club, with photo of coach Mike Stala, the newest team on campus. “New Convenience Store Gets Mixed Reviews” Story includes history of the conversion of Pioneer Cove to a convenience store called Pioneer Pantry and student comments about the new store. “Why are the MacMorland renovations a mystery?” Commentary: Dome reporters cannot get answers to questions about renovation plans. “Letter to the Editor” Comment from Wolfgram Library Director Theresa Taborsky on story about Library. “Question of the Week: What did you do over spring break?” Response of five students includes their photos. “OP/ED: Science Division is Slighted” Comments the photos of the 38 Faculty members of the Science Divisions were inadvertently omitted from the 1995 Pioneer Yearbook. Writer believes the Science Divisions are often slighted. Entertainment Reviews “This Week at Widener” List of events on campus. “Around Here…” List of Philadelphia area venues and events. “The Week To Be Greek” Greek Week events. “WDNR Spring 1996 Program Guide” Programming schedules and descriptions. “Widener University Honors Week: March 18-22, 1996” Schedule of events. “Wolfgram Graffiti” Several graffiti messages were reprinted because the editor thought they were humorous. However, there was an added disclaimer stating that the Dome does not condone graffiti. “Widener Sports Management Students Volunteer at the Olympics” Fifteen students from Widener’s Sports Management Club and faculty advisor Gregory Cermignano will volunteer at the Olympics in Atlanta July 15th to August 4th. Story includes photo of group. “Upcoming Home Sports Events” List
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The Dome, Vol. 51, Issue 10

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November 21, 1997
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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. 51, Issue 10
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November 21, 1997
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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. November 21, 1997 Vol. 51 No. 10 “Students open wallets and hearts for AIDS Quilt” Widener will host a section of the AIDS Quilt March 11th to 14th, 1998. While there is no charge to display the quilt, there will be a fundraiser to help pay the shipping costs. Story includes photo of the quilt fully displayed in Washington. “Chemical engineer speaks at Widener” Anthony Zadrozny, a chemical engineer at ARCO, spoke to the faculty on government regulations of chemical companies and the industry’s self regulated Responsible Care standards. “In Remembrance: Stefan Thomas Ushka” Stephan Ushka was killed in an accident while driving his mountain bike on November 5, 1997. He was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. A scholarship in his honor was established at Garnett Valley High School. Story includes photo of Ushka. “Our Time To Wake Up” On AIDS, the Quilt and selling red ribbons to raise money. Mentions that World AIDS Day is December 1st. “Letters to the Editor” Letter from Jonathan Haut a Mailroom employee responds to editorial about mailbox problems. Letter responding to letter critical of New Jersey Governor Whitman. “Spotlight On: Dr. Daniel Robinson” Dr. Robinson is an English professor. “AIDS Quilt” Continued from page 1, and includes Quilt Facts: a summary of AIDS statistics “Upward Bound reunites” On November 15th, forty graduates from the Upward Bound Program reunited for the first time in 16 years. Story includes photo of Dr. Alonzo Calvin, Calo Wilson and Marie David. Entertainment Reviews “What’s Up at Widener” Events list. Horoscopes Puzzles Sports “Widener Sports Schedule for December”
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The Dome, Vol. 52, Issue 10

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April 24, 1998
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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. 52, Issue 10
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April 24, 1998
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. April 24, 1998 Vol. 52 No. 10 “Student Charged with Drug Trafficking” Shawn Anderson, a junior at Widener, was arrested for drug trafficking on April 14th. “Freshman Voices Sounded” Report of survey of randomly selected Widener freshman about their first year. “News Shorts” List of incidents reported to Campus Safety. Music and Entertainment “Reflections on University College from an Incoming Freshman” Doug Williamson interviews a freshman University College student about her experience. Off the Wire: Sports Quiz Trivia Test Horoscope Puzzles Cartoons “Widener Calendar” Events list. “Letters to the Editor” Writer criticizes Dome reporting of an incident. “Editorial” Editor responds to several letters about how the incident, a fight, was reported because it identifies two of the women as sorority members. “Editorial” Farewell from Anthony Leone “Question of the Week” Seven students responded to the question: What will you remember most about this year? Sports
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The Dome, Vol. 05, Issue 10

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February 11, 2005
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Campus Life
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Widener University
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Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 05, Issue 10
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February 11, 2005
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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. February 11, 2005 Vol. 05 No. 10 “It’s A Very Democratic Process” Since November, Widener’s Student Activities programs and budget have been a joint effort of Student Activities Board and Student Government Association SGA. “Math Center Aids Chester Students” One on one instruction for Chester High School students by Widener students. “Health Center Gets A Facelift” Health Center moves. “Cuts Put Widener Work-Study on a Tight Budget” Cuts in money received from the United States Department of Education reduce number of work-study positions available. “Bush’s New Term” Report on Inauguration. “Ready for Some Rugby?” Women’s Rugby team is gearing up for another season. “Blood Drive: February 22-23” “Speaker Series Presents Ehud Barak” The January 25th speaker was Ehud Barak, former Prime Minister of Israel. “Oil Peak and the Looming Energy Crisis” Commentary on the changes that could result from an energy crisis. February 2005 Calendar The Slanted View: Social Security: This is a Crisis?” Two opinion pieces on the Bush plan for Social Security Reform. “Love is in the Air, and Air is in Your Pockets” On the commercialization of Valentine’s Day. “Snow? What About It?” Story and drawings by student on her first ever winter and first snowfall experience this year. “Writer’s Block” Works submitted by students.
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The Dome, Vol. 06, Issue 10

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March 3, 2006
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Campus Life
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Widener University
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Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 06, Issue 10
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March 3, 2006
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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. March 3, 2006 Vol. 06 No. 10 “Larry Kane Speaks At Seventeenth ODK Leadership Lecture” Larry Kane, Dean of Philadelphia News Anchors, spoke on February 16th. Story includes color photo of Kane delivering lecture. “Should Widener Care About Recycling?” Story on benefits of recycling and lack of recycling receptacles on campus. “www.censored.com: What The World Is Doing to Make the Internet Politically Correct” Chinese Google results censored by Chinese government. “Cartoon Controversy” Story on controversial cartoon depicting the Prophet Mohamed with a bomb in his turban that was published Danish newspaper in September 2005. “Gotta Travel On” Story about beginning the journey and arrival for Spring Break in Madrid. “Campus Safety Department Provides Safety Tips” “Harris Gives Kisses” Photo: President Harris presents a jar of Hershey Kisses to student Meri Brody who guessed the correct number of kisses in the jar “Rants and Raves: Hipsters Weep Bitterly” “Four Nights of Laughter and Cross Dressing” Review Theatre Widener performance on February 16th through 19th of the three man show The Complete Works of William Shakespeare Abridged. “Music Scholarship Student Recital” Thirty first Annual Music Scholarship Student Recital held on February 22nd.
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