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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.
Widener happenings and people.
“WDNR Fall Program Guide”