The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
March 14, 1997 Vol. 50 No. 29
“Greek Life On A Regional Scale”
The new president of the Northeast Intrafraternal Council is Widener student, Christian P. Chance. Story includes photo of Chance.
“Education Department Reports on Campus Crimes”
For every 100,000 college students 65 were victims of violent crimes in 1994 according to a report by the US Department of Education.
“State Rep. Kirkland Honored By Project Prepare”
State Representative Thaddeus Kirkland will receive the Jesse Anderson Award on April 3rd. The award is named after Rev. Jesse Anderson, one of the original Advisory Board members of Project Prepare.
Bear who was the pet dog of the Theta Chi Fraternity died recently. An exception to the no pet rule was made for him and he was a fixture on campus for eight years. Editorial suggests that a small number of animals should be allowed on campus.
“Question of the Week”
25 students responded to the question: What is the first thing you do in the morning when you wake up? Includes six photos.
“Letters to the Editor”
Letter questions accuracy of headline about of Student Charged with Manslaughter in February 21issue and editor’s response to letter
Letter from Martin Goldstein Professor Government and Politics responding to comment about student attendance at Affirmative Action debate
“A Final Farewell To A Friend”
Story on the recently deceased Bear, mascot of Theta Chi.
Comment about the St Patrick’s Day and the stereotype of the drunken Irishman.
“Widener University Honors Week March 17- 21”
List of daily events.
“Artist Shares His Second Nature”
Artist Jim Williams’ exhibit Second Nature is at The Widener Art Museum until
March 27th. Story includes photo of his painting Picnic Table.
“What Really Happened Over Spring Break”
Writer suggests that what we say we did may not be what really happened.
“This Week at Widener”
“Athlete of the Week”
Senior Tri Captain Tammy Davis is a Sports Management major who lettered in all four years as a Lady Pioneer.