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The Dome, Vol. 11, Issue 3

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October 8, 2008
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. October 8, 2008 Vol. 11 No. 3 “Homecoming 2008! Then and Now” Story includes sepia photo of Memorial field in the 1900’s and continues on page 2 with additional small photo titled Widener Cheerleaders. “Day of Pride” Story and Photo of Widener Pride playing at Quick Stadium at Homecoming of 2008. Continues on page 3 with photo of Homecoming King and Queen and photo titled Winners of Golf Cart Parade. “Timeline Ceremony” Story of unveiling of “Connections: A Timeline of Our History” on October 4th that includes a photo of visitors viewing Timeline Wall. “’Whose Line is it Anyway’ Entertains Homecoming Crowd” Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood present improv games. Story includes group color photo of Mochrie and Sherwood with SGA staff. “Debate Watch: VP Debate 2008” Report of Vice Presidential Debate between Biden and Palin that was viewed by Widener students in the cafeteria.
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The Dome, Vol. 10, Issue 3

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April 1, 2008
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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. 09, Issue 3

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October 12, 2007
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October 12, 2007
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. October 12, 2007 Vol. 09 No. 3 “The R.O.T.C. goes beyond combat…” Color photo of four unidentified students in camouflage uniform titled To Be All That You Can Be. Story on page 2. “R.O.T.C. Good for You—Good for Me?” Requirements and benefits of R.O.T.C. Story continues from page 1 and includes 2 additional photos. “Campus Opinion” Three students respond to question: If you could have the Old Main Bells to play any song, what would it be? “What Price for Nostalgia? 89 Cents” Bargain bin at electronics stores yield old video games from the 1980’s. “Caring for the Future” The Widener Cares Tutoring Project is a community outreach initiative. “Opinion: Insults and a Failure to Communicate” Political commentary on Bush Administration foreign policy in the Middle East. “Pre-Law Society Offers Information to Students” The society holds meeting throughout the year for students interested in Law. “New Changes, New Style with SGA” Information about the Student Government Association. “Upcoming Concerts” Events at venues in the Greater Philadelphia area. “Puzzle”
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The Dome, Vol. 08, Issue 3

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March 2, 2007
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. March 2, 2007 Vol. 08 No. 3 “Plagiarism: What Kind of Person Are You?” Article on the importance of academic integrity. “Campus Opinion” Four students respond to question: How do you feel about the shoveling and plowing that was done around campus? “Letter to the Editor” Response to editorial; comments in previous issues. “Poetry Corner” “ODK Welcomes City Year” On speech by Neil Batiancila, co-executive director of Greater Philadelphia Chapter of Year, that recruits people ages 17 to 24 to serve in inner cities. Includes photo of Batiancila. “Spiritual Reflections” Spiritual quotations submitted by Chaplin Jo Ann Koskol. “Donating, Widener Style” On Red Cross Blood Drive February 20th and 21st. “Greek 101: Theta Chi” Story on the fraternity brothers of Theta Chi, one of the six Widener Fraternities. Includes group photo of fraternity brothers. “Seniors Come Up Big in Mac Conference Semi-Finals” Basketball game on February 21st against the Messiah Falcons. “Four Scary Words” Article on growing up. “Spring Break Safety Tips” Campus Safety offers some tips for staying safe during spring break. “Sherry Wilson Butler Performs at Widener” Jazz vocalist performed on February 21st. “The Red Badge of Courage” Widener’s Freshbaked Theatre Company will perform The Red Badge of Courage on March 27th, 28th and 31st. Includes photo of Widener student in costume. “Sudoku”
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The Dome, Vol. 07, Issue 3

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October 6, 2006
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October 6, 2006
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. October 6, 2006 Vol. 07 No. 3 “Amy Tan Visits Widener” Amy Tan: Author, Philanthropist, and Lead Rhythm Dominatrix Story of September 26th visit, includes color photo of Amy Tan with Dome staff writer Brian Harrington. “Widener Hosts Its Third Annual Involvement Fair” Widener sponsored Annual Involvement Fair on September 20th is coordinated by Office of Community Engagement and Office of Student Life. “Bryn Mawr Film Institute: A Local Treasure” Story about this nonprofit community theatre built in 1926, includes two small photos. “Campus Philly Kick-off” Philadelphia hosted annual kickoff on September 20th for area college students. “How to Survive College: Know Your Tools and Resources” Tips for Freshman. “Alternative Spring Break Prepares for Another Year” Spring break service opportunities. Story includes photo of students taken last year in Texas. “Top Ten Things to Do Before Winter Bites” Tips on preparing for winter. “Tutoring Services” About tutoring services that are available to students including contact information. “Writer’s Block” Works submitted by students. “Upcoming Events” Homecoming October 6th and 7th. “WDNR Fall Programming”
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The Dome, Vol. 06, Issue 3

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October 7, 2005
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October 7, 2005
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. October 7, 2005 Vol. 06 No. 3 “ISS Block Party” On September 29th an International Block Party was held to commemorate 25th anniversary of International Student Services Offices. Story includes color photo. “Pioneer Review Unveiled” There will be a Poetry and Prose reading at the Literary Journal Debut on September 28th in the Drost Room at the Library. “Campus Opinion” Four students respond to question: Is enough being done to control gas prices? “New Dean of Student Affairs” Dr. Kirk Manning named Associate Provost and Dean of Student Life. “Problems on the Horizon” There was a meeting on September 27th with Sun Hill Coalition, a community group, to discuss problems with some students living in the Sun Hill area. “The Widener Fund” The Widener Fund helps provide scholarships, programs, services and technology. “New Student Hang-out” Campus Coffee on East 17th Street is the newest student friendly coffee vendor in town. “Love, Strength and Compassion” Hannah Amgott, Associate Director of Caps died on September 8, 2005 of cancer. She was the author of several books. “Engineering in the Community” Summer programs for area students ages 12-14. “Legal Notice: Class Action Suit Against U-Haul” “Relief is on the Way” Widener offers free admission to college students displaced by Hurricane Katrina as well as volunteer relief and fundraising projects. “National Alcohol Awareness Month” Facts about alcohol. “Lupus Awareness Month” October is Lupus Awareness Month. Story includes basic Lupus information “WDNR Fall Programming 2005” “Upcoming Concerts and Campus Events for October 2005”
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The Dome, Vol. 05, Issue 3

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October 8, 2004
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. October 8, 2004 Vol. 05 No. 3 “Time For You to Get a New Writing Style” The campus Writing Center is sponsoring a youth club called Writing Style for Chester community youth. “Speakers Come to the Kimmel Center” Widener sponsored Speaker’s Series at Kimmel Center. “Students Storm Philly Museums” The 18th Annual College Day on the Parkway “A New Facet in the Celebration of the Arts” Widener presented Arts and Letters event on September 22. “Controversy Simply Does Not Cover It” Two Anti-Semitic groups hold rally in Valley Forge State Park on the Jewish Holy Day Yom Kippur. “Coming Soon… Racetrack and Slots” Story on Harrah’s plans for a waterfront racetrack and casino in Chester. “Improvement of Fraternity Standards” Widener Inter Fraternal Council President Nate Clarke has begun extensive changes to upgrade fraternity standards. “Dr. Allen Delivers the 7th ODK Leadership Lecture” Provost Dr. Jo Allen delivered 7th lecture in series hosted by Omicron Delt Kappa , the National Leadership Society. October 2004 Calendar The Slanted View: Universal Healthcare” Two articles on the topic: one pro and one con. “You Have Been Drafted!” Political Engagement Committee explains process for reinstituting Selective Service. “Author Margaret McMullan Visits Widener” On October 7th and 8th, short story writer and Professor at University of Evansville in Indiana, Margaret McMulllan attended various events related to her books. “Roommate Problems?” Advice for roommates. “The ITS Helpdesk: Is Peer 2 Peer File sharing OK?” No. “Widener Welcomes Greifswald” Two students from Greifswald University in Germany visit Widener.
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The Dome, Vol. 04, Issue 3

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February 27, 2004
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. February 27, 2004 Vol. 04 No. 3 “Anti-Union Hotel Practices Must Be Answered” The Days Inn Hotel fires all 15 housekeepers, following union negotiated contract. Story with photo of picketers. “Religion 101: Do College Students Lead Secret Religion Lives?” Interviews with several Widener students about their religious beliefs and customs. “Same Sex Couples Wed in San Francisco” About 2,500 same sex couples have married since February 12, 2004. “SGA Conducts Campus Safety Survey” Results of survey, which only one quarter of the students actually completed. “Letters to the Editor: Responses to Most Americans are Either Misinformed or Too Ignorant” Rebuttal of article in previous issue of The Dome. “Widener Adds a New Shuttle Bus” Includes shuttle bus schedule. “Quick Presidential Update” Primary election and caucus results. March 2004 Calendar “Widener Remembers Matt Stuen” Photos, memories, and thoughts about student who died. “The Changing Face of Drama” There have been many changes since Bohdan Senkow became Director of Theater Widener four years ago. “Between the Sheets: The Dome’s Official Sex Column” Answers to reader submitted questions about lust and love. “The Craftiest New Club on Campus” The Craft is recently organized group of writers and poets. It is an informal group where professional and new writers meet informally to exchange ideas. “The Guide to Healthy Eating in College” Tips on avoiding the Freshman Fifteen. “Writer’s Block” Works submitted by students.
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The Dome, Vol. 03, Issue 3

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November 14, 2003
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. November 14, 2003 Vol. 03 No. 3 “Crime on College Campuses” Crime statistics from the past few years at Widener. “Steel Magnolias: Comedic Tearjerker hits Widener” On October 28th through November 2nd, Theatre Widener presented Robert Harling’s Steel Magnolias. “Letters to the Editor” Reader takes offense to the “Moron Moment” feature from a previous issue. “Celebrate International Students” Article on the origins of and the importance of International Week. “The Schwarzeneggererer” Arnold Schwarzenegger has been elected governor of California, with little political experience, much like Ronald Reagan. “Applications Sought for Postdoctoral and Senior Research Associative Awards” The National Research Council of the National Academies announces the 2004 Postdoctoral and Senior Research Associateship Programs to be conducted for over 120 research labs. “Campus Safety: Taking it to the Streets” Campus Safety has begun patrolling on bicycles as well as in their car. “Widener Happenings” Calendar November 2003. “What’s Buggin You?” Is Widener lacking in the school spirit department? “Chilling and Fascinating Dramas at Theatre Widener” Theatre Widener presents two chilling one act dramas: Edward Albee’s Zoo Story and Lanie Robertson’s The Insanity of Mary Girard. “Writer’s Block” Work submitted by students. “The Dome Gains National Exposure” A Dome article was submitted to the College Media Review, the leading academic journal on advising collegiate media, and has been accepted. “Fine Arts Council Working Towards More Art Programs” Professor Lieberman and Professor Parker have formed a Fine Arts Council to rectify the lack of art classes available at Widener.
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The Dome, Vol. 52, Issue 3

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February 13, 1998
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The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. February 13, 1998 Vol. 52 No. 3 “The Distance of Love” Story about two couples who cannot be together for Valentine’s Day. Includes a photo of Nancy Lewis and Erin McCoy and a photo of Russell Drago and Lisa Reylendos “Police Blotter” “Fire Alarm” was set off by a smoking dryer in Turrell Hall on February 8th. “Pot Found” in Thayer Hall on February 3rd. “Kids in the hall” Three young Chester residents were rollerblading in the University Center hallways on February 8th. “How aware are you?’ Director of the counseling Center Dr. David J. Marion stresses the need to become sexually aware. “From Saints to Hallmarks” Dr. Joseph Edgette comments on the history and mythology of Valentine’s Day. “Working in Mysterious Ways” Writer provides information the Campus Crusade for Christ organization at Widener. “A Word from ITS” Information on WIRED and positions available for students at ITS. “Get ready to make some noise at Alumni Auditorium” Widener is hosting its first Def Comedy Jam on February 20th as a celebration of Black History Month. “Calling all artists” Juries Art Exhibition will be held at the new Art Gallery in University Center on April 28th. “What’s Happening at W.U.” Events. Cartoon Off the Wire: Sports Quiz Trivia Test Horoscope Puzzles Cartoons Entertainment: Movie, Concert and Multimedia Reviews 1997 Academy Award Nominations South park “Editorial: Olympic Rings or Olympic Dollar Signs?” Comment on the commercialization of the Olympic Games. “Enough dread for not just one, but two days of fun” Comment that Friday the 13th, is the day before Valentine’s Day. “Letters to the Editor: Thank you for International Week” Letter from Mykhanh Truong, President of the Asian Student Association on International Week. “Question of the Week” Five students respond to the question: Who is or was your favorite valentine and why? Sports “Widener Swimming: A Stroke above the Rest” Story of teams’ accomplishments. Includes photos of Kristen Kelly and Mike Coughlin.
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