The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
September 19, 1997 Vol. 51 No. 2
“’Broken trust’ between Wilson and Widener”
Eleanor Wilson’s family once owned the home at 13th and Potter formerly housing the Widener Art Museum. She does not approve of the current use as a sorority house. Story includes photo of house.
“Widener gets WIRED”
Major network infrastructure upgrades include wiring in dorms allowing access to the network.
Herman Saunders died on September 3. He was a 1997 graduate. He was a member of Phi Delta Theta. Story includes photo of Saunders and group photo of Phi Delta Theta members, including Saunders, dated 1996.
“Art Museum Controversy”
Comment offers another point of view on the use of the former Art Museum location as a sorority house.
“A Look at Campus Parking”
Comment about the lack of conveniently located parking spaces.
“Even Pocket Change Can Build a Library”
April 24th event hosted by Pi Lambda Phi fraternity and Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority raised $250 for the Stetser Elementary School Library Project. Story includes photo.
“Involvement Fair alerts students to numerous possibilities”
September 17th event presented information on involvement opportunities with over 90 clubs and organizations participating. Story includes two photos of event.
“Widener University professor awarded Lindback Award for Excellence”
Professor Marc A. Brodkin an associate professor in the Biology Department was awarded the Lindback Award.
“Truman Foundation Scholarships”
Qualifications and application process for scholarship.
“Chad Gracey talks about Live, Secret Samadhi, and making music”
Robert Tracey, Dome co-Editor in Chief of the Dome interviews Gracey.
“What’s Up at Widener”