The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
October 4, 1996 Vol. 50 No. 18
“Legislation ensures students’ ‘Right to Know’”
Story about the passage in the House of Representatives of the Open Police Logs Act of 1995, requiring open campus security logs. This was the result of the death of Jeanne Ann Clery, who was killed on campus at Lehigh University in April of 1986. Story includes photo of Clery, and a copy of the bill.
“New ‘Chieffo’ of the Cafeteria”
Ralph Chieffo is the new Food Service Director of Aramark.
“Date Rape Drug”
Some facts about new date rape drug Rohypnol, often called roofies.
“Memo To: Widener University From: The Dome Staff Re: Ambivalence”
The Dome would be bigger and better if more students would get involved and submit articles.
“Question of the Week”
Four students respond to the questions: How long does it take you to find a parking space? What’s the farthest you’ve ever parked from campus?
“Who’s new at Widener? Margaret Furlong”
Mrs. Furlong teaches Reading and Language Arts, a course for Education students. She also is involved in the placement of student teachers.
Satire on campus life.
“A Colorful Explosion at Widener’s Art Museum”
Widener Art Museum exhibits photographs by Linda Marie. Includes photo of Marie.
“Shooting Takes Life of Controversial Rapper”
Tupac Shakur was shot and died on September 13th.
“Clinton—Working for Families”
“Bob Dole—True Family Values”
Political commentary on presidential candidates.
“Yo! Read This”
Dome Staff Writer Chris DeAngelis comments on campus life.
“This Week at Widener”
Events and sports
“Benefit to Honor Fallen Widener Alumni”
Benefit for the family of Widener alumni Brian Woody Peoples who passed away in an accident.
“Introducing Widener’s New Fitness Center”
New Fitness Center, located on the Lower Level of MacMorland, is now open to students. Story includes photo of equipment.