The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
April 7, 1995 Vol. 49 No. 21
“Another Unfortunate Incident”
Widener student was injured in altercation at a fraternity involving non-Widener people last weekend.
“Special Olympics Held”
About 200 athletes participated in the Delaware County Special Olympics Basketball Tournament held April 1st and April 2nd at the Schwartz Center.
“State Wide Program Model”
Widener School of Nursing has adopted the Pennsylvania Higher Education Nursing Schools Association program models.
May 15th to May 19th is the bridge period featuring activities for seniors who graduated in December 1994 and those who will graduate in May or August can come together.
“Editorial: Greeks Neat!?”
The Greek events were very successful, but would have been even better if participants had cleaned up their trash afterwards.
“Doc’s Corner: Us, Violent?”
Patrick ‘Doc’ Driscoll Opinion Editor writes that the University should be a place of higher learning, not violence.
“Letter to the Editor”
Edmund Lutz writes about the activities and plans of the Hotel Association.
“Undergraduate of the Week: Work Hard, But Enjoy…”
John Schmidt is a senior electrical engineering major. He served in the Navy for six years and plans to marry in July. His advice: Work hard, but enjoy what you do.
“To Flush or Not To Flush”
On the lack of cleanliness of the public area restrooms when students don’t flush.
“Farley to Lecture”
Dr. Frank Farley of Temple University, past President of the American Psychological Association will lecture on the future of Psychology on April 18th.
“Encounter the Bloodlust”
Some thoughts on the excess use of alcohol and the need for personal responsibility and Alcohol Awareness week.
Widener happenings and people.
“First H R M Olympics”
Hotel and Restaurant School will host the food preparation competition on April 8th to benefit the March of Dimes.