The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
December 6, 1996 Vol. 50 No. 23A
“Shoot for the Stars”
Lecture delivered by Pat Croce, President of the ‘76ers basketball team, on what it takes to be successful. Story includes photo of Caryn Holstein, Pat Croce and Emily Richardson.
“Widener Students Attend Model United Nations”
Eight students represented Widener at the Model United Nations held at the Doubletree Hotel November 7th through 10th.
Report of abduction of student on Harrisburg Campus was determined to be false. Story was reported in November 1st issue of The Dome.
Comment and suggestions on how to alleviate the problem of limited availability of computers at the end of the term.
“Question of the Week”
Response of 21 students to the question: What was the best gift you ever got for Christmas/Hanukkah? Includes photos of 9 of the students.
“Bathroom Camera Found At University of Washington”
A hidden camera was found in a women’s bathroom on October 1st.
“Students Campaign To Stop Annual College Rankings”
Student groups from several colleges and universities object to the U.S. News and World Report rankings.
“Phi Kappa Phi: Announcing a Fellowship Competition for Graduate Study”
Includes information about requirements and how to apply.
“Are You, Talking…To Me?”
Comments on the rules of grammar, and deadlines for term papers.
The site, which is now owned by Widener, where demolished building, a private home housing the Black Student Union, once stood on 15th Street.
“This Week at Widener”
Events on campus.
“School of Hospitality Hosts Guest Speaker and Panel”
On November 25th, Tom Muldoon, President of Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau, delivered the keynote address, followed by a panel discussion on the opportunities and the skills needed in the Hospitality Industry.