The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
February 14, 1997 Vol. 50 No. 27
“Debating the Direction of Affirmative Action”
Widener’s Performance and Lecture Series on February 10th featured a debate on the issue of Affirmative Action between Dr. Mary Frances Berry and Mr. Dinesh D’Souza. Story includes photo of each of the participants.
“Surviving Welfare Reform”
Dr. Norma Thomas, assistant professor of Social Work, comments about the new law.
“Bringing Politics to the Schoolhouse Door”
President Clinton has submitted his 1998 budget proposal to Congress which included a 48 percent increase for higher education.
Thoughts on Valentine’s Day.
“Question of the Week”
22 students respond to the question: If you could have any fictional character as your Valentine, who would it be? Includes three photos.
“Letter to the Editor”
Writer comments that many students left during the question and answer period at the Performance and Lecture Series on February 10th.
“Looking Back at the Heart of Valentine’s Day”
On the origins of Valentine’s Day.
“Undergraduate of the Week”
Christopher Engle is a senior Hospitality Management major. He is a member and co-captain of the varsity swim team for three years.
“Shevlino Brings Recent Works To Widener”
The recent works of local artist David Shevlino have been on display at the Widener Art Museum for the last month. Story includes photo of one of Shevlino’s works.
“Twenty Years Ago in The Dome… All’s not quiet on the Chester front.”
The class of ‘77 celebrate 100th Night.
“This Week at Widener”
“February is Black History Month: Black Student Union Events”
“Athlete of the Week”
Rodney Clark is a runner on the Pioneer track team. He is a senior Business Management major. His post graduation plan is to become a sports agent.