The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
November 3, 1995 Vol. 50 No. 4
“Commissioner Points Out the Risks In Banking”
On October 18th, Delaware State Bank Commissioner Timothy R. McTaggart spoke on Critical Regulatory Issues Affecting American Banking Institutions. Story includes photo of McTaggart.
Photo: The Skycare Rescue Helicopter.
Demonstration of in-flight nursing held on October 19th on the hockey field.
“A Special Teacher”
Story on the life and death of Dr. Charles B. Smith, a Widener professor for thirty three years. He taught English Composition and Literature and was the founder of Theatre Widener.
There is an increase in crime on campus. Story notes several recent incidents
“Doc’s Corner: Million Man March”
Patrick ‘Doc’ Driscoll, opinion editor writes about the March in Washington and the mixed messages from the speeches of the leaders.
“Though of One in a Million”
Warren J. Phillips, Jr. was a participant in the Million Man March. He writes about the purpose of the march.
Comments on Native American issues and AIM: the American Indian Movement.
On careless driving around campus.
“No Seasons of Discontent For Artist Morrison”
Valerie S. Morrison’s exhibit: “Seasons Observed,” will be at the Widener University Art Museum October 24th through December 9th.
“This Month in Widener Sports”