The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
December 2, 1994 Vol. 49 No. 10
“Being Thankful in Celebration”
On November 17th the Big Friends program enjoyed a Thanksgiving dinner. Big Friends is a volunteer program pairing Widener students with local children. Story includes photo of several unnamed participants.
“Privacy Is Not Absolute”
Burgess Allison presented a lecture titled: “Vigilante Justice on the Electronic Frontier.” He is the technical Editor of Law Practice Management, published by the American Bar Association.
On final exams.
“Letter to the Editor: End the Excuses…”
Letter to the editor comments on racial issue by Mark Roberts.
President Bruce writes to compliment the Widener Cheerleaders and Band for their outstanding support of the football team.
“Courtesy: Back in Demand”
On importance of simple acts of courtesy.
Writer offers suggestions to improve the newspaper.
Al Rollins, Director of Operations responds to article about accessibility.
“I Never Had A Chance, I Should Have Pulled the Trigger”
Teto Saunders, a Widener student writes his first person account of difficulties of adjusting to life as an amputee after being shot in a holdup.
“Health Care Reform”
Gail Wilenski, a former White House Advisor on Health and Welfare policies spoke about: “Politics and Policies of Health Care Reform” on November 17th.
“Alcohol and Creativity”
Dr. Ernest Noble reports the findings of a study that disproves the popular belief that link alcohol and creativity.
“Politics of Crime”
Judge Lisa A. Richetti delivered the Pew Memorial Lecture on: “Politics of Crime: Rhetoric and Reality.” Story includes photo of Judge Richetti.
“Resident Assistants ‘Mesh’ Together”
Widener was the site of the November 12th Resident Assistant Conference sponsored by Mid Atlantic College and University Housing Offices.
“Evening Fun Under 21”
Entertainment events and venues in Philadelphia area.
“What’s Up in Philly?’
Philadelphia area venues and events.
“Owner of Euthanized Dog Receives $8,000”
Story of Seattle dog owner whose pet was sold for research.
“theater widener goes nuts”
theater widener will present the Marx Brothers hit musical, “The COCOANUTS” from December 7th to December 11th.
“Undergraduate of the Week: Kulpon Involved at Widener”
Mary Kulpon is a senior mathematics major, a Resident Assistant, member of SGA and President of the Rotaract Club for three years.
Widener happenings and people.