The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
April 28, 1995 Vol. 49 No. 23
“AIDS No Longer ‘Someone Else’s Problem”
On April 24th, Pam Ling from MTV’s “The Real World” spoke on her experience with AIDS as a cast member on the show.
“Violence Strikes Across America”
Lists a number of incidents occurring on or around April 19th.
“Editorial: Time to Reflect”
Comments on the end of the term.
“Off To Washington…”
On March 21st, Widener ROTC cadets went on their annual Cadet Ride trip to Washington D.C. and met with General Tilelli, a PMC grad. Story includes photo of group.
This year, 1995, is the 25th anniversary of the Wolfgram Library and the 50th anniversary of Lt. Wolfgram’s death.
“Doc’s Corner: All Good Things…”
Patrick ‘Doc’ Driscoll, Opinion Editor writes about graduating and quotes a French proverb: to leave is to die a little. Story includes photo of the Widener W.
“When Does the Drinking Stop?”
Comments on students’ expectation that they can cut down on drinking when they leave school. But some may not be able to.
Commentary on Oklahoma City bombing.
“Undergraduate of the Week: Potential, Dedication and Hard Work Pay Off”
Craig Morin is a Civil Engineering major, member of several Honors societies, and the American Society of Engineers. He is a Resident Assistant and the former opinion editor of the Dome and has received an acceptance letter from M.I.T. to their Graduate engineering program.
Editor’s Note: List of additional names of nominees for Undergraduate of the week who could not be featured because of time limitations.
Widener Chorale spring concert will be on May 2nd.
“Summer Movie Preview”
Entertainment. List with brief comments.
Widener happenings and people.
List of nominees for class of 1996 and 1997 class officers to be elected May 2nd.