The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
January 31, 1997 Vol. 50 No. 25
“New Director of Campus Safety Takes Charge”
Patrick Sullivan named new Director of Campus Safety. Story includes photo and biography of Mr. Sullivan.
“Return of the Journal”
Widener Student Literary Journal returns. Story includes photo of Journal cover art by Kristen Weldon.
“Drunk Driver Crosses the Line”
January 11th incident causes damage to three parked cars on Greek Row. Story includes photo of one car.
“Editorial: McMorland: Can We Get Fries With That?”
Comment on the new MacMorland Center.
“Question of the Week”
39 students respond to the question: What is your favorite off-air TV show? Includes five photos.
“Letter to the Editor”
Mark Kauffman, Internship Coordinator for Criminal Justice writes in response to article: Will Work for Sense in January 24 issue. Fred Dohrmann, Director of Physical Education responds to article: Wake Up in January 24 issue. Student writes about the Health Clinic policy on walk in’s.
“Campus Safety Gets the Boot”
Four photos showing the boot being applied to illegally parked car which is shown driving off in last photo.
“Undergraduate of the Week”
Sarah Morgan is a senior Hospitality Management Major who will graduate in May. She is a member of the National Honor Society, is active in many organizations, plays women’s tennis, sits on the CAPS Advisory Board and plays with the Widener String Ensemble.
“Thirty Years Ago This Week… Tuition Increased to $1,600 for Next Year”
Headlines from The Dome, January 27, 1967.
“Bob Hope to be Guest of Honor At 100th Anniversary Dinner”
Includes photo of Bob Hope.
“Have You Hugged Your RA Today?”
On requirements and application process for becoming a Resident Assistant.
“Dance-A-Thon to Benefit Memorial Fund”
Friday, January 31st event to benefit the Kelly Ann Dolan Memorial Fund to provide non-medical assistance for families with chronically and terminally ill children.
“Penn State Acquires Law School”
Penn State acquires Dickenson School of Law.
National Library of Poetry will award $48,000 in prizes in the North American Poetry Contest. Story includes information on entering contest.
“Tango with the Teachers”
Widener’s first International Fair and Cultural Exhibit will be held February 12th.
“MacMorland Center Update”
Story includes artist’s drawing and plan.
“To Read or Not to Read—That is the Question”
English department of Georgetown University joins a number of colleges and universities that no longer require English majors to study Shakespeare.
“Student Loan Default Rate Declines”
Story cites new enforcement powers, improved collection and new technology for reducing number of defaults on Federal student loans.
“BYU Student Sets Up Book Swap On Web”
“This Week at Widener”
“Swim Team Going the Distance”
Story includes photo of members of men’s and women’s swim teams.
“Athlete of the Week”
Jack Stephani shattered Widener’s pole vaulting record. He is a freshman General Engineering major.