The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
March 22, 1996 Vol. 50 No. 11
“Widener Professor Honored For 23 Years of Service”
Professor Joseph A. Arbuckle, an Associate Professor of Physics, is the 1996 recipient of the Philip E. Coleman Award for his work with Project Prepare.
“Smith’s Memory Honored”
On March 17th, a memorial plaque was dedicated to Dr. Charles B. Smith, former Widener faculty member and Director of Theater Widener. Story includes photo of
“Substance-Free Housing: Is It Right For You?”
Substance free housing, also known as wellness housing is available to all students.
On April 2, 1996 Robert Bruce will be speaking at the Student Government Association meeting. The topic will be the planned renovations of the MacMorland Center.
“Quote of the Week”
At midnight the ice weasels come.
On response to the Wolfgram Graffiti feature that appeared in the Dome.
“Letters to the Editor”
Two letters about the Wolfgram Graffiti feature and President Bruce writes to congratulate Professor Thomas Apple and the member of Theatre Widener for the quality of their performance of the play: “Crimes of the Heart.”
Request for student groups for submissions for Time Capsule.
“Look Out Chi Chi’s: Widener’s HRM Dinner Has You Beat!”
Comment on the Best of Cuba and Puerto Rico themed dinner on served by the School of Hotel and Restaurant Management on February 28th.
“Widener Students to Cook for Olympic Athletes”
Seven Widener students were recruited on campus by ARAMARK the food service manager to the Olympics to work in food service at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta. Story includes photo of four of the students.
Photo: Singing their way to Heaven.
Photo of the Widener Gospel Choir.
“Phi Kappa Phi To Award Scholarships”
The honor society will award a $500 scholarship each year to a second semester junior with a GPA of at least 3.7.
“theatre widener Presents Crimes of the Heart”
“This Week at Widener”
Philadelphia area events.
“Undergrad of the Week”
Doug Mac Laughlin is a Senior Electrical Engineering major. He has played football and baseball and is active as a Peer Mentor. He will be working at Lockheed after graduation.
“Campaign ’96: The Republican Primary”
Commentary on the Republican primary.
“Buchanan: Is He In or Out?”
Commentary on Pat Buchanan’s campaign for the Republican Presidential nomination. Story includes cartoon.
“Widener University Honors Week: March 18th to 22nd”
List of outstanding Honors students and their program or organization.
“Internships for Weiners”
Report on experience working on the Oscar Mayer Weinermobile.
“The Earth Box”
Comments that March 22nd is Earth Day, and suggests some things to do to reduce pollution.
“Netscape Installed in Students Labs”
Installation of Netscape software was a joint project of Academic Computing and the Library.
“Greek Week Begins”
Greek Week is March 24th to March 29th. Story lists activities of the Greek societies.
“1995-96 Performance And Lecture Series”
Gloria Borger, political reporter and commentator will speak on March 25th.
“Nurek Named Widener All-American”
Widener swimmer LeeAnn Nurek is the first Widener swimmer in ten years to earn a National All American title. Story includes photo of Nurek.
“Eating Disorders: Risk Runs High Among Athletes”
Story provides information on symptoms and types of disorders, athletes who are most at risk and where to get help.