The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
September 26, 1997 Vol. 51 No. 3
“Bruce quotes final price on University Center”
Renovations add up to $8.3 million. Article reviews previous cost estimates and the renovations were paid for by a bond issue and fundraising. Story includes exterior photo of University Center.
“Premiering on October 15th: Cable at Widener”
Cable has been installed and will be available at no charge to students this year.
“Show me the funny!”
Comedian Jay Mohr, co-star of Jerry Maguire will appear at Widener Homecoming. Homecoming is October 4th. Story includes photo of Mohr
“Money Well Spent”
Widener spent $0.5 million on Residents Halls. The improvements were as welcome as they were needed.
“Acclaimed pianist Leon Bates to perform a Gershwin Celebration”
September 26th performance by Philadelphia native Leon Bates in honor of composer’s 100th birthday.
“New book links chaos theory to understanding human behavior”
“The Psychological Meaning of Chaos” is edited by Widener Professor Dr. Frank Masterpasqua and Clinical Psychologist Dr. Phyllis Perna.
“Spotlight On: New Associate Director of Student Activities”
Steve Kaminski oversees the students who work in the Activities office. Story includes photo.
“Widener hosts Economics lecturer Douglas C. North”
Widener University School of Business Administration will host a lecture by Dr. Douglas C. North, 1993 Nobel Laureate in Economics on October 10th.
“College costs not as high as many think, educators say”
Story from College Press Service cites testimony at April 28th Congressional hearing by Stanley Ikenberry, President of American Council of Education.
“Chad Gracey on touring, his influences and the future of Live”
Interview by Robert Tracey of the Dome continues, includes photo of Gracey
Part 1 in last week’s issue.
“Colleges Ranked As Americas Most Wired”
College Press Service report of Yahoo Internet Life report of survey of 300 colleges.
“What’s Up at Widener”