The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
April 21, 1995 Vol. 49 No. 22
“An Improved MacMorland Center?”
Report on results of the discussions between student government representatives and the administration on extended hours and renovations of the MacMorland Center.
“All the Knowledge is at Widener”
On April 10th PMC Class of ’51 alumni Morty Kaplan, President of Trans Chemical Corporation, delivered a speech about how his studies, military service, and business experience led to his success in international trade.
“Student Sues Over Lecture”
Student Crag Rogers sues Sacramento State University over contents of lecture on Sexuality by guest lecturer Joanne Marrow.
“Justice in Demand”
The Editorial Board writes about the Oklahoma City bombing on April 19th.
“Letter to the Editor”
Prof Kyung Joo Kim, Assistant Director Wolfgram Memorial Library, writes about upgrades to the computer system.
“Doc’s Corner: Give Them A Break!”
Patrick ‘Doc’ Driscoll writes: Just because students pay to be here does not give them the right to abuse those who work here.
“Undergraduate of the Week: Do Not Let Things Pass You By”
Vivian McCloud is a Hotel and Restaurant Management major and a second year Resident Assistant, a member of several honor societies and completed her co-op as a management intern at Aramark. Story includes photo of McCloud.
“Widener: A Best Buy In Education”
Widener Engineering and Science departments are profiled in the 1995 Edition of Science and Engineering that quotes Barron’s Guide stating Widener is very competitive and a best buy.
Discusses the improvements in sound and pictures with this technology.
“Dedicated to Teaching”
Mrs. Urban, teaches education courses and is a reading specialist.
“U.S. News & World Report’s Top Graduate Schools”
Widener happenings and people.