The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
February 21, 1997 Vol. 50 No. 28
“Student Charged With Manslaughter”
Widener University student Adam Short, his brother Christopher, and Joseph J. Mader II have been charged with manslaughter in the February 14th death of John Vollrath in Wildwood, New Jersey.
“Let’s Blow This Pop Stand”
100th Night event was a success. The event, normally held at the Metro was moved off campus this year.
“Air Strike Averted: Clinton Intervenes With 60 Day Cool-off Period”
President Clinton ordered American Airline pilots back to work for 60 days.
Widener needs to have several places on campus where you can get a cup of coffee.
“Question of the Week”
14 student responses to the question: What is your favorite ‘80s song? Includes nine photos.
“Letter to the Editor”
Ms. Lois J. Fuller, Director, International Student Services and Dr. Jean E. Godsall-Myers, coordinator of the Undergraduate Overseas Program write to thank everyone for their participation and invite inquires.
“Now They Annoy You, Now They Don’t”
Humor on conduct of salespeople in various places.
“What’s Happening At Widener During Black History Month”
Activities and events.
“Fifteen Years Ago in The Dome… College Video: Games People Play”
Review of the video games written in 1982.
“President’s Plan In Question”
Comment on President Clinton’s new two part approach to higher education spending.
“This Week at Widener”
“Athlete of the Week”
Senior, Rick Marino is a champion swimmer, has been on the Dean’s List all four years.
After graduation Marino is looking at a career in financial planning.