The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
March 24, 1995 Vol. 49 No. 19
“Face the Question of Diversity”
Phillip Walker lectured on Multi-Cultural Sensitivity in the first presentation of Diversity Series.
“Bruce Sets the Record Straight”
Widener President Bruce was the guest speaker at the March 21st meeting of the Student Government Association to correct some misinformation and rumors. Story includes photo of President Bruce.
“Editorial: Reputation Important!”
There was another incident on campus over the weekend involving non-Widener visitors.
“Doc’s Corner: Let’s Elect the Next Mayor of Chester”
Patrick ‘Doc’ Driscoll, opinion editor, comments that if every Widener student registered to vote in Chester, they could elect the next mayor.
“Next Week Could be the Most Important of Your College Life”
Student Government Association and the Widener Administration have drafted a letter to members of Congress asking that they not cut Federal Student Aid funding.
“Letter to the Editor: Help Keep Tradition Alive”
Letter in support of decision to hold Graduation ceremony at traditional location.
“Undergraduate of the Week: Networking is the Key”
Graduating Senior Hotel and Restaurant major, Scott Fairbairn, is a member of Eta Sigma Delta, is a member of men’s Lacrosse team, and is employed part time at the DuPont Country Club.
“Thank You for Not Smoking!”
Widener institutes a no smoking policy inside buildings.
“Widener University Honors Week”
List of Outstanding Students.
“Get the Facts, See the Fiction”
Widener happenings and people
“Folklore: More Than Just Gravestones”
Dr. J. Joseph Edgette discusses the study of gravestones and the importance of folklore.
“Widener Asked to Advise Educators from China”
Widener School of Hotel and Restaurant Management is among several schools that are developing Hospitality Education programs for China.
“Project Prepare to Educate the Underprivileged”
Project Prepare among programs that would be impacted if Federal Education spending levels are reduced.