The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
February 17, 1995 Vol. 49 No. 16
“Innocent Until Proved Guilty?”
Facts about the two violent incidents occurred on the weekend of February 3rd.
“Problem Skills for Children”
A workshop titled “I Can Problem Solve” will be held on March 8th.
“Editorial: Widener Cares”
Rebuts statements by Chester N.A.A.C.P. Director in response to February 3rd incident, and lists some of the many services that Widener offers to the Chester Community.
“Letters to the Editor”
Letters are about previous letter by Andrew Varga concerning Resident Assistants, titled “Honor and Respect” and “Commuter Speaks Out.”
“Doc’s Corner: Assumptions”
Staff Writer Pat ‘Doc’ Driscoll responds to comments about Resident Assistant Andrew Varga’s letter.
“100th Night Revisted”
Keith Slater, President Class of 1995 rebuts comment about 100th night
“Letter to the Editor”
Thomas H. Carnwath, Assistant to the President and Commencement Committee Chairman comments on location of the 1995 Commencement.
“For the Movie Enthusiast:”
New service for employers and job seekers called INTERsection bbs.
“Greek 101: Greek to Greek”
Purpose of this series of presentation is to provide overview of Greek life, privileges and responsibilities.
“Undergraduate of the Week: Studies A Serious matter for Shiarra”
Donna Shiarra is a Nursing student and an employee of the Perkins Loan Office.
She is active in the Student Nursing Association. Her daughter is also a Widener student. Story includes photo of Shiarra.
“Adoption: An International Issue”
Widener Assistant Professor of Economics, Thomas O. Armstrong, talks about difficulties he encountered when adopting a child in Paraguay.
Widener happenings and people.
“Preventing Running Injuries”