The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
November 1, 1996 Vol. 50 No. 21A
“Abduction on Harrisburg Campus Leaves Students Shaken”
Misinterpreted Report Causes Stir: Report of abduction and sexual assault on Harrisburg campus, not main campus, on October 23rd.
“Widener Students Attend Regional Conference”
The National Association of Campus Activities was held in Lancaster. There was entertainment and exhibits about new activities. Story includes group photo of several Widener participants.
“Greeks Haunt House for Local Children”
Members of several fraternities and sororities had a Haunted House for Chester Children.
Story is continued with photo on page 8.
Professor J. Richard Leaman, President Robert J. Bruce and Dean Joseph DiAngelo
Story titled: President Bruce Addresses Students in Course on Leadership appears on page 7.
“Letters to the Editor: What’s Wrong with Dissection”
Letter from Jonathan Balcombe, Ph.D., Associate Director for Education, Animal Research Issues with The Humane Society of the United States.
“Question of the Week”
Response of four students to the question: If you could one thing about campus life what would it be? Includes photos of the students.
“Bill Clinton—Tax Cuts”
“Bob Dole—The 15% Tax Cut”
Political commentary on presidential candidates.
“Undergraduate of the Week”
Paul Rotenberry is a senior Psychology major who will graduate in May 1997. He is involved in many honor societies and clubs. Story includes photo.
“Back In The Day…”
Story on people, places, and things from the past.
“Woman Sets Fire To Self At Penn”
On October 22nd, a woman named Kathy Change committed suicide by setting herself on fire. Story includes photo of a memorial to Change set up near the Library on Penn Campus.
“President Bruce Addresses Students in Course on Leadership”
“This Week at Widener”
Events and sports schedules.
“Homecoming Not A Happy One”
Widener Pioneers football team lost to Albright. This is the first time the Pioneers have lost at the Quick Stadium.