The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
November 15, 1996 Vol. 50 No. 23
“Widener Remembers PMC Veterans”
Widener’s ROTC Battalion hosted a Veteran’s Day event.
“History Found on Fourth Floor of Wolfgram”
Story of the Lindsay Law Library, includes photo of Curator Rosalie Fisher.
“Letter to the Editor”
Response by W. David Eckard III, Vice President for Administration and Finance, to editorial in November 8th issue of The Dome about Campus Safety.
The purpose of the editorial was to stress that small crimes can become big ones if proper precautions are not taken.
“Who’s New At Widener”
Dr. Bob Swoap is an assistant professor in the Social Science Department, specializing in sport psychology. Story includes photo of Dr. Swoap.
“theatre widener Premieres Blood Knot”
Theatre Widener made its debut at the Crozer Hall Annex with several performances of Blood Knot by Athol Fugard. Story includes photo of performance.
“HM Dinner Review: ‘A Rebirth of Italian Cuisine’”
Review of a meal served in The Heintz Dining Room and produced by the HM Restaurant Operations class.
“HM Students Attend Annual Show”
Widener HM students attended the 81st Annual Motel/Hotel & Restaurant Show at the Jacob K. Javitz Convention Center in New York City from November 9th to 12th.
“Question of the Week”
Twelve students respond to the question: What is your pet peeve?
“Widener’s New Mail Room Supervisor”
Mathew Ross attended D.C.C.C. and is now a Widener second year sophomore majoring in Biology.
“Words of Wisdom From Former Vice-President Dan Quayle”
Some memorable quotes the former Vice President.
“Widener University Family Day”
November 16th Schedule of Events.
“Money Club Does Wall Street”
On November 6th, a group of 30 students and three professors visited New York. Story includes group photo.
“More Banks Charging For ATMs, And Students Are Picking Up the Tab”
Report of survey of 29 states.
“Students studying the world arrive in India”
The S.S Universe Explorer, of the Semester at Sea Program, left Vancouver on September 14th for 100 day cross cultural voyage.
“This Week at Widener”
“College By Computer”
The virtual classroom.
“Athlete of the Week”
Art DiCola, a sophomore cross country runner, was first in the MAC Championships in October.
“Widener Swim Team Victorious Again”
Includes photo of 1996 swim team.