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.
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.
“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.
Ribbons are provided as a reminder not to drink and drive by Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
Widener happenings and people.