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The Dome, Vol. 49, Issue 2

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September 23, 1994
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. September 23, 1994 Vol. 49 No. 2 “New Houses on the Block” Three new Greek houses complete. Story includes photo of the Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority and Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity House. “INTRAX Successful at Widener” International Training and Exchange program teaches English as a foreign language to exchange students. Story includes photo of Grasselli Hall where program was housed. “Editorial: Don’t Slack Off” The rules requiring Widener ID for admission to certain areas are not always enforced. “Weapons: ‘Ert’ or Inert?” Writer disagrees with new crime bill weapons bans provisions. “Greentips” Facts and tips on the environment. “Undergraduate of the Week: Achievement Is No Long Jump” Story and photo of Senior Accounting Major Demetrica Todd. “To Rush or Not to Rush? That is the Question” On Rush Week recruitment for the Greek societies. “Truman Scholarship” On eligibility requirement for a Truman Foundation Scholarship. “Model United Nations” This is a club open to all students. “Newsbriefs” Happenings and people at Widener.
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The Dome, Vol. 49, Issue 3

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September 30, 1994
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. September 30, 1994 Vol. 49 No. 3 “New Assistant Dean Named” Lisa Bussom is the new Assistant Dean of the School of Business Management. Story includes photo of Dean Bussom. “Are Your Belongings Safe?” Story about reports of incidents of theft and vandalism and some precautions to protect autos and other property. “Editorial: Could It Happen To You?” Story about services offered by Campus Safety to protect students and deter crime on campus. “Widener Shuttle Unpredicatable?” Why buses are late and suggestions to improve on time performance. “Why the Wet Hands?” On shortage of soap and towels in some bathrooms. “’The Best of Both Worlds’” Amalie J. Frank, Ph.D. has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to teach and conduct research in Germany. Story includes photo of Dr. Frank. “In To Aging” (Photo) Skit performed by junior nursing students. Nursing students simulate aging. “Undergraduate of the Week: Fraternity: ‘Something to Come Back To’” Senior engineering Major Sean Feyer is active in campus life, a Resident Assistant at Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity house and member of the swim team. “Greentips” Facts and tips on the environment. “What’s Happening In Philadelphia” Events and places of interest in the Greater Philadelphia area. “Newsbriefs” Happenings and people at Widener.
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The Dome, Vol. 49, Issue 4

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October 7, 1994
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October 7, 1994
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. October 7, 1994 Vol. 49 No. 4 “Widener Fest I—A New Tradition” The Student Government Association is sponsoring Widener Fest I on October 14th replaces float building as night before Homecoming game activity. “Choices ‘94” This is Widener’s Annual Career Day, sponsored by CAPS was held on October 3rd. “A Unique Change” New computer labs in the Library and Academic Center North and upgrading of the communications network. “Editorial: Food for Thought” Some suggestions for improving food choices in the cafeteria. “’Religious Right’ Making Waves” Political commentary. “The Kettle” The snack bar, formerly The Pioneer Cove is now The Kettle. Story includes photo. “Teaching Excellence Honored” Widener University Associate Professor Cynthia J, Saltzman receives The Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching. Story includes photo of Professor Saltzman at award ceremony. “Undergraduate of the Week: Students Should ‘Make Things Happen’” Jeanne Weirgin is a senior electrical engineering major, a member of Phi Sigma Pi Honor Fraternity and Society of Women Engineers and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and General Manager of WDNR. Story includes photo of Weirgin. “Milton Bradley Rewards Campus Pigsty” Milton Bradley maker of the popular Pass the Pigs game is sponsoring contest. “Pobo To Present Poetry” Professor Kenneth Pobo, and Robert Zellar will be at Borders Bookstore in Springfield on October 13th for a poetry reading. “1994 Homecoming King and Queen Candidates” Photos of candidate with their Fraternity or Sorority or Association. “Comedy Nite Hysterical” The October 1st Comedy Night at the Metro was a hit. Includes photo of unnamed performer. “Puzzles” “News Briefs” Widener happenings and people.
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The Dome, Vol. 49, Issue 5

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October 14, 1994
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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. 49, Issue 6

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October 28, 1994
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. October 28, 1994 Vol. 49 No. 6 “Widener Fest I Draws A Crowd” Story of Homecoming festivities includes photo of Homecoming Queen, Jennifer Razzi, and King, Matt Cox. “Career Experience” During week of November 7th students will be interviewed by internship employers in the Career Advisory and Placement Services office. “Editorial: Gain Control and Perspective” Suggestions for how to balance school workload and other activities to reduce stress. “Don’t Blame the Players” Commentary on the business of professional sports. “Around the World” Opportunity to travel with Widener’s Overseas Study Program organized by Jean Godsall-Myers. “Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week Essay Contest Winner” Titled ‘Decisions You Make Can Affect all Your Tomorrows’. Anonymous author writes about personal experience. “Ethics and Technology Lectures in November” Lecture series beginning November 4th, open to all students. “RAS Center: A Widener Secret?” The Reading and Academic Skills Center provides tutoring and help with a number of subjects. “West – East to Visit Widener” Cyclists from the West East Foundation travel to college campuses to raise funds for AIDS and educate students about the disease. They will visit Widener on April 23rd and 24th of 1995. “Newsbriefs” Widener happenings and people.
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The Dome, Vol. 49, Issue 7

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November 4, 1994
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November 4, 1994
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. November 4, 1994 Vol. 49 No. 7 “Football Clinches Commonwealth Title” Widener Football team won over Susquehanna to clinch MAC Commonwealth League title. Story includes photo of team on the field. “’What Really Is Going to Happen’” On October 12th, The School of Management presented a lecture by Merton Miller, 1990 winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics titled: “What Really Is Going To Happen To Interest Rates?” Story includes photo of Miller. “Editorial: Community, Respect and Appreciation” Comments about two incidents of vandalism involving feces “Drug and Alcohol Awareness” Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week is held on colleges nationwide to provide information to students. Widener’s activities were led by the new Drug and Alcohol Counselor and Educator, Kathy Grentzenburg. “Race, Class and Environmental Quality” This was the title of the October 18th lecture by Sociologist Robert Bullard. “Widener University Family Day” November 5, 1994. List of Events. “Marc Price Skips from Family Ties to Family Day” Marc Price, who played Skippy on Family Ties, will perform his comedy act at Alumni Auditorium on November 5th, sponsored by the Student Activities Committee. Story includes poster advertising event with a photo of Price. “G.P.A. Influences Job Opportunities” Report of The Generation X Recruitment Study findings. Story reprinted from College Press Service. “More States Requiring Keg Registration” Report of state laws enacted or being considered for keg registration. “Public Service Advertisement: Drunk Driving Doesn’t Just Kill Drunk Drivers” Ad features photo collage of pictures of people, with their date of death, killed in drunk driving accidents. “Newsbriefs” Widener happenings and people. “WDNR Fall Program Guide”
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The Dome, Vol. 49, Issue 8

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November 11, 1994
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November 11, 1994
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. November 11, 1994 Vol. 49 No. 8 “Playoffs: A Reality for Widener Football” Pioneers claim Middle Atlantic Conference title and are ranked No. 4 in the South Region of NCAA Division III. Story includes photo from Widener game with Fairleigh Dickinson Devils. “A Crime Free Society?” Reports of crime on campus and services available from Campus Safety including Shuttle Bus service. “Editorial: There’s One For You” Tips on choosing elective courses, and credits available for some outside the classroom activities. “A Guarantee to Privacy?” Comment on protecting the privacy of your electronic communications. “Short and Sweet” Student Activities Committee announce coming activities “Undergraduate of the Week: Involvement is the Key to Success” Erin Smith is a senior business major concentrating in economics and is involved in many activities. Story includes photo of Smith. “’Star Trek’ Course Explore New Universe” Evergreen College is offering a Star Trek course that offers a curriculum built on a system of interdisciplinary studies. “Express Yourself at the Spoken Word” The first Spoken Word Coffee House will be on November 16th. Entertainment Review Cartoons Classifieds “Newsbriefs” Widener happenings and people. Personals Sports Winter Sports Information
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The Dome, Vol. 49, Issue 9

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November 18, 1994
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November 18, 1994
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. November 18, 1994 Vol. 49 No. 9 “Providing the Best Education” The Media Studies program plans to open a television studio in the spring. Story includes exterior photo of Lathem Hall, site of the new TV studio. “Making the World Safe…” Making the World Safe for Differences was the topic of the November 14th lecture by Samuel Betances. “Alpha Psi Omega Initiates 8 New Members” Alpha Psi Omega is the oldest theater fraternity in continuous existence in the country. “Editorial: Step in Right Direction” Comments on handicapped accessibility and abuse of handicapped parking spaces. “Letters To The Editor: ‘Make This The Best’” Suggestions on how to succeed and get the most out of the college experience. “Shuffled Out” False Alarm at Howell Hall interrupts performance at the Metro. Writer questions Campus Safety’s handling of situation. “Dollars for Scholars” U.S. Census Bureau study compares spending habits and college attendance of independent students who pay their own tuition with students who depend on parents. Entertainment Reviews Cartoons “Undergraduate of the Week: Sanders, Right on Track” Dave Sanders, a St James High School graduate, is a senior Civil Engineering major and a member of the Widener track team. Story includes photo of Sanders. “Holiday Ribbons” Ribbons are provided as a reminder not to drink and drive by Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Classifieds Personals “Newsbriefs” Widener happenings and people. Personals Sports
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The Dome, Vol. 49, Issue 10

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December 2, 1994
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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. 49, Issue 11

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December 9, 1994
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. December 9, 1994 Vol. 49 No. 11 “Visions of the Future” Report of the Student Activities Committee meeting and plans for future programs and activities. “Tests Can be Fun” Suggestions for relieving stress. “Advertising Fraud” Using scare tactics to sell products. “Editorial: No Place To Go!” Students need a student center. Keep MAC center open later and use the shuttle bus to transport students. “Letters to the Editor…” Several responses to Letter to the Editor titled: “End the Excuses” by Mark Roberts about race and racism and a follow up letter by Mark Roberts. “Letters to the Editor…” Complaint about Campus Safety. “Undergraduate of the Week: Braksator Working Toward Graduation” Story on Dave Braksator, Widener Senior Mechanical Engineering student and four year starting letterman and co-captain of the football team. Story includes photo. “College Students Can Win $100 for Creating Drink Labels” Beverage company offering prizes for winning storyline for its fruit juice labels. “Getting Through the Holiday Blues” Suggestions on how to cope from Dr. Susana Bullrich, associate professor of psychology. TAU Beta Pi National Engineering Honor Society initiated sixteen new members to Widener chapter on December 4th. “Students Give Up Luxury Living for Dorm Life” The overflow of New York University freshmen students were temporarily housed in hotel. “Widener Greeks Help Delco Special Olympics” Nearly 200 Greeks organized and supported 1994 Delaware County Special Olympics. Entertainment Reviews Cartoons Puzzles Classifieds Newsbriefs Widener Library Finals Hours Personals Sports
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