The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
April 18, 1997 Vol. 50 No. 33
“Last Call: Local Chapter Bans Alcohol In Houses”
Phi Delta Theta and all its charter houses will become substance free. Story includes photo of Bill Richardson, Phi Delta Theta President.
“Students Lobby in Harrisburg”
Eight Widener students attended the annual Lobbying Day for Council of Independent Colleges and Universities on April 8th.
Photo: Swinging Hornets
The Swinging Hornets Drill Team practicing outside the MacMorland Center.
“Editorial: A Good First Step”
Comment on Phi Delta Theta decision to become substance free.
“Question of the Week”
22 students responded to the question: What was the worst punishment you ever received? Includes six photos.
“Letters to the Editor”
Thomas H. Carnwath, Assistant to the President writes explaining why having a rain date for Commencement is not doable.
“Undergraduate of the Week”
Stephanie Ferraro is a senior Psychology major. Her long term goal is to earn a Ph.D. in neuropsychology and to do research in that field.
“Dan Horn: A Very Exciting Comedian”
He will be appearing at Widener on April 19th.
“It’s The Time Of Year When Senioritis Sets In”
The dangers of senioritis.
“To Tan or Not to Tan; Beauty vs. Risk”
Comment on reasons why people choose to tan and the risks involved.
“Laughing Over Spilt Milk: New York Comedy Team A Success at the Metro”
Review of the improvisational comedy troupe Spilt Milk that performed at the Metro.
“Heart of A Dog”
Review of theatre widener’s latest show.
“Planning a trip overseas this summer? Read this First!”
In some countries, getting caught with drugs overseas can mean a long prison sentence.
“The Carnival is Coming to Town!”
Student Activities Committee hosts Spring Carnival.
“Widener Chorale to Present Spring Concert Tuesday Night”
Widener Chorale performs on April 22nd.
“This Week at Widener”
“Athlete of the Week”
Ed Elfreth is a senior lacrosse player. His post graduate goals are to become a high school math teacher and possibly coach a lacrosse team.