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Deleware Military Academy. Course Catalog (Bulletin). 1859 (Microfilm)

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Delaware Military Academy
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Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Catalogs, Reel #1, 1859
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Delaware Military Academy Course Catalogs
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Delaware Military Academy
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Delaware Military Academy Catalog Date: 1859 Catalogue of Students, For Scholastic Year, Commencing Monday, Sept. 5th, 1859. First Class, Class of 1859 Ignatius C. Grubb Second Class, Class of 1860 George H. Bates Horace C. Biddle Thomas A. Porter H. C. Robinett Third Class, Class of 1861 James H. Bradford Edgar Darrach Charles E. Easter William Green J. Rush Lincoln Peter B. Porter Henry C. Romans Fourth Class, Class of 1862 Levi C. Bird Reynold Driver William Irelan Charles R. Jones D. C. W. M’Corkle Malcolm P. M’Intyre L. L. Parker J. P. R. Polk John A. Tonner David Vickers, Jr. Fifth Class, Class of 1863 Samuel C. Biddle George W. Bright James W. Barrett George Barrett Sidney P. Cook Z. G. Dennis Richard C. Dale Peirce Gould John W. Hawkins John A. M’Caulley Charles G. Megaw William B. Martin Joseph Sharp J. E. Southard Charles H. Thatcher Peach R. Taliaferro George L. Townsend Norris R. Young English Department: William E. Blizzard George H. Burton Thomas R. Burton Richard Burdon James Burdon James Batten Hiram B. Cook Edward Cox Walter Cook William S. Calloway Corry Chambers John H. Cazier Henry B. Duncan Clarence R. Eves William H. Graves Albert F. Harris C. A. H. Heermann George H. Hagerty William M. Holt William J. Harvey John N. Kates Jacob H. Lewis Joseph L. McDaniel Joseph S. Miller Edward Patton John J. Platt John H. Peterson Clayton Reybold George Read Jacob Rice Samuel W. Robinson Evan C. Stotsenburg John L. Sparks James Strimple James Stiles Charles M. Thomson Samuel W. Thatcher Eugene Troth Robert G. Turner John T. Waples John Whitfield Thomas F. Walter James M. Williams
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Deleware Military Academy. Course Catalog (Bulletin). 1860 (Microfilm)

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Campus Life
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Course Catalogs
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Delaware Military Academy
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Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Catalogs, Reel #1, 1860
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Course Catalogs
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Delaware Military Academy Course Catalogs
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Delaware Military Academy
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Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Catalogs, Reel #1, 1860
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Microfilm
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Delaware Military Academy Catalog Date: 1860 Catalogue of Students, For Scholastic Year, Commencing Monday, Sept. 3rd, 1860. Grade of Honor George E. Barrett James W. Barrett Samuel C. Biddle William H. Churchman Walter H. Cook John Clark William Harvey Joseph S. Miller Peter B. Porter Thomas A. Porter Leander F. Riddle James E. Roberts Henry C. Robinett Brinton J. Woodward William Aikman James Loyd Breck James Rush Lincoln David Vickers, Jr. First Class, Class of 1860 Horace C. Biddle C. Rodney May Thomas A. Porter Henry C. Robinett David Vickers, Jr. Second Class, Class of 1861 George H. Bates Edgar Darrach Charles E. Easter William Green William Irelan J. Rush Lincoln Peter B. Porter Leander L. Riddle Third Class, Class of 1862 James W. Barrett James H. Bradford William H. Churchman John Clark Sidney P. Cook Robert S. Gould William R. Hodgson Edmund P. Long L. L. Parker John P. R. Polk James E. Roberts John A. Tonner Fourth Class, Class of 1863 George E. Barrett Samuel C. Biddle James Loyd Breck George H. Burton Thomas R. Burton William S. Callaway William Cooch Hiram B. Cook George W. Gallagher B. Robert Heisler John A. M’Caulley Malcolm P. M’Intyre Charles G. Megaw Henry W. Morrow Joseph Sharp John L. Sparks Alfred E. Townsend Norris R. Young Fifth Class, Class of 1864 William E. Blizzard William D. Irvin William Harvey Joseph L. McDaniel Joseph S. Miller Henry D. Rust English Department: William Aikman Zadoc Aydelott Edward G. Bradford Lynam W. Drown Charles C. Bush Walter H. Cook Edward Cox Charles B. Coxe George Derrickson Henry R. Dupont Samuel Fenimore Albert F. Harris Leslie Harris William J. Harvey Charles E. Hyatt Augustus S. Lane William N. Meacham John Null Edmund R. Patton John F. Quigley Edward H. Rice George H. Ross Marcus B. Silver Evan C. Stotsenburg James Strimple Peach R. Taliaferro Charles M. Thompson Benjamin Walker S. J. Wheatley William H. Woods Brinton J. Woodward Garrett L. Woodward William W. Woodward George W. Wootten
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Deleware Military Academy. Course Catalog (Bulletin). 1861 (Microfilm)

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Campus Life
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Course Catalogs
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Delaware Military Academy
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Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Catalogs, Reel #1, 1861
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Course Catalogs
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Delaware Military Academy Course Catalogs
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Delaware Military Academy
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Reserve Microfilm Shelves, Catalogs, Reel #1, 1861
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Microfilm
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Delaware Military Academy Catalog Date: 1861 Catalogue of Students, For Scholastic Year, Ending June 27, 1861 Name, Grade Grade of Honor: J. S. Miller, 99 J. W. Barrett, 98.6 S. C. Biddle, 98.1 T. A. Porter, 98 J. H. Bradford, 95 General Merit Roll of Cadets: S. H. Bolton, 97 J. P. R. Polk, 94 Peter B. Porter, 94 T. K. Porter, 94 George E. Barrett, 93 J. Lloyd Breck, 93 W. H. Churchman, 92 John H. Fogg, 92 W. C. Johnson, 92 Richard Clayton, 91 Wm. J. Harvey, 91 C. W. Farrell, 90 Zadoc Aydelott, 90 J. R. Lincoln, 90 James T. Veazey, 90 William Aikman, 89 William H. Greene, 89 Edwin Mauch, 89 John F. Quigley, 89 Edgar S. Egerton, 88 G. W. Churchman, 87 John Clarke, 87 William Cooch, 87 J. A. Tonner, 87 E. G. Bradford, 86 J. W. Fletcher, 86 Melvin P. Sikken, 86 Henry P. Bowers, 85 A. P. Russell, 85 Robert S. Gould, 84 B. Roberts Heisler, 84 Benjamin Orne, 84 Edward R. Patton, 84 B.Reeves Russell, 84 Sidney P. Cook, 83 S. Fenimore, 83 W. J. McClary, 83 John H. Kitts, 82 Wm. H. Atlee, 81 J. B. W. Aydelott, 81 D. P. Billington, 81 Amos P. Bryant, 81 Walter H. Cook, 81 William L. May, 81 Arthur McKim, 81 Howard O. Ogle, 81 J. S. Litzenberg, 80 A.W. Bradford, 79 H. D. Fletcher, 79 S. G. Wheatley, 79 Charles B. Coxe, 78 John Wallace, 77 George F. Brooke, 76 Lester Harris, 76 William T. Shreve, 76 Wm. W. Stroup, 76 G. L. Woodward, 76 T. O. Woodward, 75 Hiram B. Cook, 74 William Harvey, 74 John H. Null, 74 L. L. Parker, 74 A.W. Southard, 74 Harry C. Egerton, 73 Charles W. Gouert, 71 Wm. M. Meacham, 71 Lyman W. Brown, 69 C. Rodney May, 69 George H. Burton, 68 Albert F. Harris, 68 I. Eug. Southard, 68 H. R. du Pont, 67 W. H. Baldwin, 64 Thomas R. Burton, 64 Charles E. Hyatt, 64 A. E. Townsend, 64 John L. Sparks, 61 L. D. Sturgis, 61 Charles B. Dungan, 60 C. G. Megaw, 59 Harry D. Rust, 58 Charles Bucknor, 56 S. H. T. Hill, 54 J. Alpheus Cann, 51 Edmund P. Long, 48 J. Aug. McCaulley, 47 John Brown, 43 L. S. Woodward, 41 W. W. Woodward, 38 Benjamin Walker, 32 Edwin Longnecker, Dismissed F. McCutchen, Dis. Wm. H. Woods, Dis. John H. Cazier, Dis. Norris R. Young, Dis.
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Student Life
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Pennsylvania Military College
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Box 53 PMC Museum
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Student Life
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Pennsylvania Military College
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Box 53 PMC Museum
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Papers
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Folder 1: Yearly Calendars 1959, 1961 Folder 2: Misc brochures: First Annual Spring Festival 1961 program; 1958 PMC Fall Sports Schedule card; holiday greeting card signed by Clarence Moll; 1960 Father and Son Banquet program; Atlantic City Convention Hall pamphlet, includes History of PMC and Boardwalk Bowl; PMC Museum PMC Remembrance Garden Ribbon Cutting program October 11, 2019. Folder 3: PMC Football Programs 1958 Folder 4: PMC Football Programs 1959 Folder 5: PMC Football Programs 1960 Folder 6: PMC Football Programs 1961 Folder 7: Widener Broom Drill 1975 microfilm Folder 8: ROTC Dauntless Battalion staff ride to Gettysburg Nov 2017, brief description and 2 photos Folder 9: 4 cardboard photos of cadets: drill team, cadets on horses, marching down lane and cadet dorm room (n.d.) 4 photos: artillery drills, marching on field, cadets on horses in rocky terrain, and Old Main (N.d.) Letter to president Col. Frank Hyatt presenting Dr. Milo Cudworth Burt for his Doctorate in Science Commonwealth of PA Executive Department certificate to Milo Cudworth Burt commissioning him as Captain of Infantry dated June 19, 1907. Commonwealth of PA Executive Department certificate to Milo Cudworth Burt commissioning him as Lieutenant Colonel of Infantry dated September 5, 1910. Golden PMC Club certificate to Alvin Burt for 50th anniversary as an alumnus 10 loose scrapbook pages with small photos of the summer camp, horses, cadets, polo, commencement day 1923, and artillery drill 1923. 1 copy of cadet class photo labeled PMC graduation (n.d.) 5 polo photos
History / Biographical
Milo Cudworth Burt not sure if he got an honorary degree or an actual doctoral degree in science in 1939. In the course catalog he his listed under the Degrees conferred under doctor of science.
Custodial History
Materials donated to the archives by George Shaffer folder 1-8. Materials donated by family member of Alvin M. Burt folder 9
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Promotional Brochures
PMC Flyer - Newsletter
ROTC (see Military Science - ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) )
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The Dome, April 4, 2003

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April 4, 2003
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, April 4, 2003
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April 4, 2003
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Student newspapers
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The Dome
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, April 4, 2003
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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, December 13, 2002

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December 13, 2002
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, December 13, 2002
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December 13, 2002
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The Dome
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, December 13, 2002
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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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The Dome, February 14, 2003

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February 14, 2003
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, February 14, 2003
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February 14, 2003
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The Dome
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, February 14, 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. 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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The Dome, February 28, 2003

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February 28, 2003
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, February 28, 2003
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February 28, 2003
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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The Dome
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, February 28, 2003
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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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The Dome, January 31, 2003

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January 31, 2003
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, January 31, 2003
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January 31, 2003
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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The Dome
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, January 31, 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. 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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The Dome, March 21, 2003

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March 21, 2003
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, March 21, 2003
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March 21, 2003
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Campus Life
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Student newspapers
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The Dome
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Widener University
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Microfilm Shelves, Reel #14, March 21, 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. 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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