The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
October 11, 1996 Vol. 50 No. 20
“Regional Conclave a success at Pi Lambda Phi”
On October 5th, Pi Lambda Phi hosted a leadership conclave for its Greek brothers. Story includes exterior photo of Graduate student Jeff Keller a brother of Pi Lambda Phi, who was in charge of the events and photo of the exterior of the fraternity house on 13th Street.
This year, comedian Rondell Sheridan will be the performer at Homecoming on October 18th.
“Widener’s Millionaire Club”
The 1996 Forbes Magazine lists of the richest men in America includes two members of Widener’s Board of Trustees: Fitz Eugene Dixon, Jr. and George Strawbridge, Jr.
Complaints of odor from the trash compactor behind MacMorland Center.
“Black Student Union Fraternity and Sorority Information Night”
The event on October 8th was to make students aware of the African American Greek Life. Story includes photo of BSU officers.
“Question of the Week”
Response of four students to the question: How would you the cafeteria food more desirable? Includes photos of the students.
“Bob Dole—A Great Foreign Affairs Leader”
“Bill Clinton Sheds the Foreign Policy Monkey”
Political commentary on the presidential candidates.
“Student Aid Makes Unexpected Gains in Spending Bill”
Story lists education programs where funding levels have increased or remained unchanged, rather than reduced as feared.
“Honors for Academic Achievement”
Dr. Joseph M. Hargadon, associate professor of accounting, has been honored with the TRIO Achiever Award.
“Behind the scenes…theater widener”
Dr. Apple discusses the new location of theater widener, the Crozer Hall Annex, and upcoming productions.
WDNR is having a marathon weekend form October 11th to 13th, 60 straight hours of broadcasting.
Homecoming queen and king candidates and their photos.
“Back to the Future”
Satirical predictions for the rest of the school year.
“This Week at Widener”
Events and sports schedules.
“Friendship in the Age of AIDS”
An October 17th program was presented by Joel Goldman and T.J. Sullivan on how to reduce risk of AIDS. Story includes photo of Goldman and Sullivan.
Not Paying Attention in Class Page
10 things that make you crabby!
Widener Top Ten
“Athlete of the Week”
Yoshi Arai is a sophomore, majoring in International Business. He is an important part of the Men’s Rugby team. Story includes photo.