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Date Range
1947-
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Dome Shelves
Date Range
1947-
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Pennsylvania Military College
PMC Colleges (Cadet Corps and Penn Morton College)
Widener College
Widener University
Location
Dome Shelves
Format
Bound Volumes
Papers
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
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Newspapers
Physical Condition
Some very brittle
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Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
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The Dome, September 20, 2002

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2943
Date Range
September 20, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, September 20, 2002
Date Range
September 20, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, September 20, 2002
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. September 20, 2002 No Vol. or Issue Number “Widener Welcomes 9th President” Comments on Widener’s new President. “No Room at the Inn” Shortage of living quarters for larger than anticipated incoming freshman class. Letter From the Editor “Welcome Back! Now Join Something” Need for additional Dome staff. Join or participate in other activities Fenn’s Minds Eye: Editorial Perspective “Parking Everyone Nuts” Shortage of parking spaces. “Welcome Freshman! A Guide to Getting Around Campus” “9-11: Widener Remembers” Lecture by Professor Edward Turzanski on the direction of American defense and security policy, candlelight vigil among activities on anniversary of September 11 attacks. “University Center Extends Hours For Students’ Convenience” “Shop-n-Go: Shopping Around Campus” Location and comments on local stores and shopping centers. “DCWAR Kicks Off Alcohol-Related Sexual Assault Prevention Campaign” Delaware County Women Against Rape program to educate college students about the problem.
Physical Description
Newspapers
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, September 27, 2002

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2989
Date Range
September 27, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, September 27, 2002
Date Range
September 27, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, September 27, 2002
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. September 27, 2002 No Vol. or Issue Number “Widener Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month” Information about breast cancer and related activities for October. “Poetry Hoot n Holla” First of series of poetry hoots held on September 16th. Fenn’s Minds Eye: Editorial Perspective “Bacon: Hardens in Your Arteries, Not in Your Hands” Satire on bacon. “Letter From the Editor” The Inauguration of President Harris on October 2. “Letter From the News and University Editor” Want to hear from readers. “Pricegrabber Shopping Guide Helps Students Maintain Budgets” Web shopping guide. “Walk for Juvenile Diabetes” Report on September 22 event. “West Nile Bites” Spraying for West Nile Virus has stopped. “Pre-Law Society Accepting New Members”
Physical Description
Newspapers
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
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The Dome, October 4, 2002

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2990
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 Description
Newspapers
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, October 11, 2002

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2991
Date Range
October 11, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, October 11, 2002
Date Range
October 11, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, October 11, 2002
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. October 11, 2002 No Vol. or Issue Number “President Harris Inaugurated” Inauguration of Widener President James T. Harris III on October 4, 2002. Story with photo. “Gil Spencer Visits Widener” October 2nd visit sponsored by Widener University English Club. Fenn’s Minds Eye: Editorial Perspective “In the Future, The Completely Screwed Up Shall Inherit the Earth” Satire on the future. Letter From the Editor “When Life Gets You Down, Look Up” About getting through difficult times. “Community Partnership Day a Great Success” October 5th first Community Partnership Day. A day of volunteer service in Chester. “The Nerve of Some People” Some careless and thoughtless acts. “Cooperative Education Increases Career Potential At Widener” Co Op or Cooperative Education is a program that provides students with a well rounded combination of classroom and work experience. “Voice of the People” Student response to question: What do students think of our new president? “Widener Volunteers” Volunteer services performed by students “Student Research Exhibit Performs Well” “WDNR: College Radio At Widener University” “Theatre Widener to present ‘Rapunzel’ for local schools”
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Newspapers
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
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The Dome, November 1, 2002

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2992
Date Range
November 1, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, November 1, 2002
Date Range
November 1, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, November 1, 2002
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. November 1, 2002 No Vol. or Issue Number “Widener’s Homecoming Brings Out School Spirit in University Community” Story with photos. “Media Day Held at Widener” On October 9th, Widener Media gathered to explain their function to interested students. The group included: the Dome, Pioneer Review, WDNR. Fenn’s Minds Eye: Editorial Perspective “The University of West Philadelphia” Satire on University of Pennsylvania. Letter From the Editor “Affirmative Action or Reverse Discrimination?” Controversy about the statue of the firefighters at Ground Zero. “Letter to the Editor: A reply to the article ‘Palestinian Intifada Marks Its Seconds Anniversary’” Another point of view on Middle East situation, with response from the editor. “The Biggest Little Word: The Power of NO” We have the right to self determination. “Literary Journal Sponsors Open Mic Night” Poetry reading sponsored by the Pioneer Review was held on October 9th. “Binge Drinking Remains A Problem On College Campuses” Drinking can cause a number of health and other problems and is a major problem on college campuses. “The Story of Mary Jane: Or Learning to Deal with the Munchies” Facts about marijuana. “Voice of the People” Student response to question: What effect do you think marijuana has on a person? “Samhain Celebrates the Wiccan New Year” Samhain is the Wiccan Halloween or Witches New Year.
Physical Description
Newspapers
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Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
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The Dome, November 8, 2002

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2993
Date Range
November 8, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, November 8, 2002
Date Range
November 8, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, November 8, 2002
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. November 8, 2002 No Vol. or Issue Number “President Harris’ First Fall Honors Reception” Reception was held on October 30. “Borderlands and Fifth Seasons: Chester/Widener as a Postmodern Place” The 39th Presidents Lecture was presented by Dr. Allan Irving on the potential for a Chester/Widener community. Fenn’s Minds Eye: Editorial Perspective “How to B.S. a Research Paper” Satire on writing research papers. Letter From the Editor “On the Accidental Five-Year Program” Check schedules to make sure you are taking enough courses. “A Good Time Was Had By All” About the problems caused by drinking. “Bear in Mind” A man in New Jersey is facing charges for shooting a black bear. “Spotlight On…Marlene Marshall from the Pioneer Pantry” Short bio of the supervisor of the Pioneer Pantry. “Sniper Update” Sniper attacks in D.C. area by John Allen Muhammed and Lee Boyd Malvo. “Return of Widener TV” Widener TV station is functioning, but calls for more student-created shows. “Rotaract Club Celebrates Halloween One Day Early” Widener’s Rotaract Club hosts Halloween party for local children.
Physical Description
Newspapers
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
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The Dome, November 22, 2002

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2994
Date Range
November 22, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, November 22, 2002
Date Range
November 22, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, November 22, 2002
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. November 22, 2002 No Vol. or Issue Numbers “Widener Helps Out Community With Service Projects” List of service projects in Chester area. “Army ROTC Holds Red Cross Blood Drive” “Professor Benedetti Takes Class On Trip To Mosque” Dr. Benedetti, who teaches Spanish and Italian, took his Spanish 388- Islamic/Spain class to a mosque in Chester on October 16. Fenn’s Minds Eye: Editorial Perspective “! # & “ ! # & “ % @ ( * ; ? !!!” Satire on swear words. Letter from the Editor “True Meaning of Feminism” Feminism is a positive movement that works for equality of the sexes. “The Art of Insomnia” Explanation of the unique phenomenon that all college students are all too familiar with: insomnia. Insights into late night activities and what exactly causes insomnia are discussed. “The Answer is Always C” Reasons why cheating is wrong. “Student Conference Renews Push to Repeal HEA Drug Provision” Student group advocates repeal of Higher Education Act provision denying financial aid to students who have drug convictions.
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Newspapers
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Good
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Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
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The Dome, November 27, 2002

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2995
Date Range
November 27, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, November 27, 2002
Date Range
November 27, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, November 27, 2002
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. November 27, 2002 No Vol. or Issue Numbers “International Week 2002” Story and photos. Recipes on page 7. Fenn’s Minds Eye: Editorial Perspective “The First Thanksgiving: Let’s Invent a Holiday!” Satire on the first Thanksgiving Letter From the Editor “English as a National Language” On adopting English as a national language “Plethora of Possibilities for Pleasing the Poser” There are many activities and things to do on and around campus. “Safety in the Dorms: Non-Existent!!!” Writer criticizes response of RAs and Campus Safety to disruptions, particularly in Hanna Hall. “A Word from the News and University Editor…” University should upgrade technology. “Moroccan Chef Spices Up International Week” Story with photo. “President Harris Holds Town Hall Meetings” Town meetings held November 18 and 22 to update the Widener community. “A Way With Acting: Theatre Widener Presents ‘The Temp’ and ‘A Way With Words’” “WDNR’s First ‘Club W’ Party Bombs Miserably”
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Newspapers
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
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The Dome, December 13, 2002

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2996
Date Range
December 13, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, December 13, 2002
Date Range
December 13, 2002
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, December 13, 2002
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. December 13, 2002 No Vol. or Issue Numbers “Widener Celebrates Diversity with International Week” Story and photos. Reprint of November 27 article. “Rotaract: Yet Another Good Deed” Widener Rotaract Club will be helping in Chester. Reprint of article from November 27 issue Fenn’s Minds Eye: Editorial Perspective “Fenn’s Minds Eye is Now Closed” Thoughts on leaving the dome and graduating. “English as a National Language” Reprint of article from November 27 issue Letter From the Editor “A Fond Farewell” Time for a changing of the guard “Plethora of Possibilities for Pleasing the Poser” Reprint of November 27 article about events and activities. “In Regards to the Nov. 27 Dome” Editor explains that this issue was withdrawn because of controversial cartoon. “Letters to the Editor” Response to controversial cartoon in November 27 issue including letter from President Harris. “Moroccan Chef Spices Up International Week” Reprint of article from November 27 issue. “Alpha Tau Omega Holds Swim-a-thon” Event raises nearly $10,000 for charities including Ronald McDonald House. “2006 Class Officers Elected” “A Way With Acting” Reprint of November 27 article on Theatre Widener.
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Newspapers
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
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The Dome, January 31, 2003

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2997
Date Range
January 31, 2003
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, January 31, 2003
Date Range
January 31, 2003
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, January 31, 2003
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. January 31, 2003 No Vol. or Issue Number “Wing Bowl II Heats Up the Cafeteria” Chicken wing eating contest held on the previous Friday. “Renowned Photographer Visits Widener” Brian T. Peterson visits on January 22. “Battles of the Sexes Heats Up Widener” Battle of the Sexes is a game show that came to Widener that pitted boys against girls to battle for a vacation in the Bahamas. “With Honors” Report of activities of the Honors Program headed by Dr. Irene Lieberman. “Semester at Sea: First Stop Cuba” See below. “Cashin Sets Sale for Semester” Continuation of story from page 1 includes interview with student Tara Cashin, who is participating in the Semester at Sea program through the University of Pittsburgh. “Widener Briefs…Not Boxers” Summaries of Widener news and activities of student organizations “Martin Luther King Jr. Day” The day was spent doing volunteer service with members of the Chester community. Story with photos. “Happenings” February calendar of events. “Athlete of the Month: Nicole Seward” “On Air with WDNR” Radio schedule for WDNR, available on 89.5 FM and on wdnr.com. “Race as an Admissions Factor: The Affirmative Action Case at the University of Michigan” The Philadelphia Inquirer poses questions in response to Affirmative Action controversy in the University of Michigan and asks for students’ opinion. “Letter from the Editor: Amy Gatto, Editor-in-Chief” New editor notes changes in the Dome. Asks for student participation.
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Newspapers
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Good
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Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
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The Dome, February 14, 2003

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2998
Date Range
February 14, 2003
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, February 14, 2003
Date Range
February 14, 2003
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, February 14, 2003
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. February 14, 2003 No Vol. or Issue Number “Widener Professor Named Gerontology Fellow” Professor Neal E. Cutler named fellow of Association of Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE). “Are You in Control of Your Own Identity?” Article on identity theft. “Blame the Media!” What makes good journalism, the story of Mark Bowden. “The Glass Menagerie Set to Open” Theatre Widener Acting Company will present the Tennessee Williams play February 18th through February 23rd. “Photo: Students Brave Snow!” Chester campus remained open despite 8 inches of snow. “Widener Briefs…Not Boxers” Summaries of Widener news and student organization activities. “Happenings” February Calendar “Never Too Late to Start” Lea Greene, an 82 year old student attending Widener, read her poetry to an invited group in the Drost Room at Wolfgram Memorial Library. “Letter from the Editor” Thought on Valentine’s Day. “Be My Valentine?” Brief history of the origin of Valentine’s Day.
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Newspapers
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Good
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Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
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The Dome, February 28, 2003

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions2999
Date Range
February 28, 2003
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, February 28, 2003
Date Range
February 28, 2003
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, February 28, 2003
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. February 28, 2003 No Vol. or Issue Number “Coach Zwaan To Go To West Chester University” “Critical Theory Panel Focuses on Future of African Studies” On February 20 a panel was hosted by the University of Pennsylvania and attended by several Widener students. PHOTO Senior Class 100th day photo Story continues on page12 “Expressionist Artist Comes To Widener” Austino Okafor visited on February 12. “Glass Menagerie Shatters Expectations” “Letter from the Editor” On comments about the Black History Month articles. “Widener Briefs…Not Boxers” Summaries of Widener news and student organization activities. “Feature: Slavery Research” Article created by English 101 and 103 classes in Fall 2002, on the topic of slavery. “Happenings” March calendar. “Athlete of the Month: Nicki Carden” “Seniors Celebrate 100th Night” Story with photos.
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Newspapers
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The Dome, March 21, 2003

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions3000
Date Range
March 21, 2003
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, March 21, 2003
Date Range
March 21, 2003
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, March 21, 2003
Format
Microfilm
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. March 21, 2003 No Vol. or Issue Number “Married Couple Displays Artwork Together” Husband and wife Alan and Libbie Soffer are exhibiting their work at Widener Art Gallery. “Widener Celebrates Diversity Week” Events including the February 25 Diversity in Chester celebration. “Brown Bag Beginnings” Wolfgram librarians, James McCloskey and Jill Borin, have organized the Brown Bag Book Club. “Tara Cashin: Letters from Sea” One of series of reports written by a student on her Semester at Sea experience. “Widener Briefs… Not Boxers” Summaries of Widener news and student organization activities. “Alternative Spring Break” Twenty three members, including President Harris, participated in Alternative Spring Break working with Habitat for Humanity in Florida. “Happenings” March calendar. “Athlete of the Month—Rinnie Mills” “Writers Block” Works by Widener students “Letters from Sea: Tanzania” One of series of reports written by a student on her Semester at Sea experience in Tanzania.
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Newspapers
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Good
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Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
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The Dome, April 4, 2003

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions3001
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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
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, April 4, 2003
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Microfilm
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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.
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The Dome, May 2, 2003

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions3002
Date Range
May 2, 2003
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, May 2, 2003
Date Range
May 2, 2003
Category
Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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The Dome
Institution
Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, May 2, 2003
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Microfilm
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. May 2, 2003 No Vol. or Issue Number “Professor Brings Service Learning into Classroom” Professor Nancy Hirschinger has started a mentoring program pairing about 20 Widener students with delinquent youth who are either on probation or in the Delaware County Detention Center. “Widener Take Back the Night Another Success” Annual event held on March 10th to rally against violence. “Ridley High School Students Help Produce an Issue” Report by Kelly Ireland, one of five Ridley High School students who visited the Dome on April 21. “C.A.B. Confessions” Student organized campus activities. “Unique Clothesline Displayed In University Center” Part of the Take Back the Night events, a display of t-shirts was created by the victims or survivors of victims of rape and abuse. “Letter from the Editor” Walk to benefit Crohn’s Disease and Colitis Foundation “Smoker’s ‘Kick Butts’” Stop smoking campaign. “Area Cub Scouts Brave the Air Waves” Several troops of cub scouts visit Widener station WDNR on April 14th. “Earn Credits During Summer Break” List of online courses offered during summer break. “ROTC Ends With A Bang” April 23 Pioneer Battalion Awards Ceremony So Long Seniors! “Class of 2003: How Do You Want To Be Remembered?” By Peter S. Adami Jr., Senior Class Vice President. “A Fond Farewell” Steve Cessarini, staff writer and graduating senior. “Move Over Class of 2003, Here Comes 2004” “Spring Carnival” Report on events of the Spring Carnival held on the week of April 21. Journalism Under Fire “Respected Reporter Fired After Revealing Secrets” Peter Arnett fired after interview with state run Iraqi TV station. “Dedicated NBC Reporter Dies Suddenly” David Bloom died on April 6 while traveling with US troops in Iraq. “Prisoners of War” Mistreatment of US prisoners in Iraq. “Layout Plans For Rebuilding Iraq” Discusses rebuilding after war ends. “International Trip” Eight students and three professors take spring break trip to Germany. “Student Project Takes Flight” From April 25 to April 27, the play “A Thousand Cranes” was presented as part of Student Project Day. “Getting the Scoop on CAPS” April 22 Spring Carnival CAPS event. ‘Poets Catch the Beat” Poetry reading on April 25. “Media Day 2003” Held April 2 and hosted by Widener Chapter of Society of Collegiate Journalists. “Trading Places” Report of President For A Day April 21 with color photos of President Harris as a student and student Amy Gatto as Widener President.
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The Dome, Vol. 08, Issue 5

https://widenerarchives.org/en/permalink/descriptions3018
Date Range
March 30, 2007
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 08, Issue 5
Date Range
March 30, 2007
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 08, Issue 5
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. March 30, 2007 Vol. 08 No. 5 Traditional April Fool’s Day Cover Pages 1 through 3 and page 8 are dated March 30, 1972 and report events on that day. “Follow the Leader” Story of Rasheen Miller, Widener Sophomore, who overcame many obstacles and now plans to develop Big Brother, Big Sister type program to help other disadvantaged young people. Includes photo of Miller. “When Men Suffer at the Workplace” The number of sexual harassment lawsuits filed by men is increasing. “What are you Afraid of?” Dr. Lori Alvord, Dean of Minority and Student Affairs at Dartmouth Medical School was an Honors Week speaker on March 21st. “Life on the Otherside: the Birthday Gathering” Three now adult children plan surprise birthday party for mom. Includes photo of cake. “Stunning Performance Leaves Crowd Speechless” Review of Theatre Widener’s latest product, “The Elephant Man.” “Spiritual Reflections” Spiritual quotations submitted by Chaplin Jo Ann Koskol. “2007 MAC Conference Champions Advance to NCAA Tournament” Men’s Basketball team beats Messiah Falcons, advances to Division II NCAA tournament. Includes photo of team.
Physical Description
Newspapers
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Arrangement
Chronological
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The Dome, Vol. 08, Issue 6

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Date Range
April 13, 2007
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 08, Issue 6
Date Range
April 13, 2007
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 08, Issue 6
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. April 13, 2007 Vol. 08 No. 6 “Journaling From the Ground Up” Story documents the alternative spring break experience volunteering with Habitat for Humanity in Lake Charles, LA. Story includes color photo of student group. “Soccer Teams Give Their Time to Chester Children” Men’s and Women’s teams are volunteering with Chester Police Athletic League. “Human Sexuality Group Provides Information, Condoms” Human Sexuality Education Student Organization set up a table outside the cafeteria on March 27th. Includes photo of Chair of the group, Timaree Schmit, at the table. “A Night Among the Stars” Widener’s observatory has sessions several times a week. Includes photo titled Gazing at the Stars. “Life on the Outside: Role Changing” On revisiting the childhood memories with a different perspective. “Speaking for the Graduating Class” Andrew J. Young, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations will deliver the Commencement Address on May 19th. Includes photo of Young. “Widener Receives One Million for Technology” Widener Partnership Charter School, Wolfgram Memorial Library and Social Work Consultation Services are beneficiaries of $1 million technology grant of Fujitsu Computer Products of America products and services. “Opinion: Liberal Lies” Commentary cites examples of what the writer believes are lies about several issues. “Facebook, Comcast Partner, Create User-Generated TV” “Writer’s Block” Works submitted by students. “Greek Life Takes the Stage” The Panhellenic Association, a group for Greek women hosted the Panhellenic Variety Show featuring fraternity and sorority members on March 29th. Story includes photo of one of the acts. “Sudoku”
Physical Description
Newspapers
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Arrangement
Chronological
Less detail

The Dome, Vol. 08, Issue 6A

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Date Range
April 27, 2007
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 08, Issue 6A
Date Range
April 27, 2007
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 08, Issue 6A
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. April 27, 2007 Vol. 08 No. 6A “A Life Remembered” A retrospective on the life of popular Widener student Nathan Graybill, who died on May 3, 2006 from injuries suffered in an accident while on a biking trip. Story includes color photo of Graybill. Additional photos and memories on pages 4, 5 and 8. “Opinion: Just Leave Greek Life Alone” Fraternity and sorority houses will now be subject to inspection by compliance teams. “Campus Safety Summer Tips” “Widener Runs Student Loans Investigation” Walther Cathie, former Dean of Finance was placed on administrative leave because of request for information from the New York Attorney General who is investigating Student Loan Xpress in possible kickback scheme. President Harris says University is cooperating in investigation. “Letter to the Editor” Complaints about how the standard of food differs from Accepted Student Day to other days. “Life on the Outside: Laundry Day is a Very Dangerous Day” Facing up to the task of doing laundry “When True Love Knows No Bounds” Student Government Association holds Kiss the Pig contest to raise money for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma was won by Michael Lombardo, assistant Dean of Student Affair. Story includes photo. “Spiritual Reflections” Spiritual quotations submitted by Chaplin Jo Ann Koskol.
Physical Description
Newspapers
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Arrangement
Chronological
Less detail

The Dome, Vol. 09, Issue 1

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Date Range
September 4, 2007
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 09, Issue 1
Date Range
September 4, 2007
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 09, Issue 1
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. September 4, 2007 Vol. 09 No. 1 “Welcome back, Widener!” Comment on the college experience, with color photo of tour led by student Jon Owens. “Back to School Nostalgia” Mike Fenn looks back on his college experience and notes how things have changed. “Student Technical Support On Campus” Information about services available from ITS. “Tips From Campus Safety” Location of emergency phones, parking permits, personal safety tips, reporting suspicious activity, and more. Includes photo of unnamed bike patrol officer. “Poetry Corner” “New Student Guide” Campus map with numbered locations, shopping, eating places and other local businesses. “Theatre Widener: More Than Just the Stage” Theatre Widener offers a wide variety of participation options. Story includes 2 photos of actors in scenes from unnamed play. “Sudoku”
Physical Description
Newspapers
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
Arrangement
Chronological
Less detail

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