The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
October 10, 1997 Vol. 51 No. 5
“Homecoming marred by incidents”
Reports of arrests, assaults, and robbery cast a shadow over festivities. Story lists several incidents.
“Gay awareness comes to Widener”
On October 7th, Open the Door to Your Fears, a gay awareness program organized by several Resident Assistants, was presented.
“Truth be told”
Comment on the incidents that occurred on Homecoming Weekend.
“Letters to the Editor”
Craig J. Loundass, Dean of Student Life responds to letter from student about technology fees in last edition of The Dome.
“Question of the Week”
Six students responded to the question: How safe do you feel on campus?
“Mohr leaves Widener laughing”
Review of Jay Mohr performance at Homecoming. Story includes photo of Mohr.
“Alumni impressed with changes”
Some positive comments by alumni on the changes at Widener since they were students.
“Spotlight On: Assistant Director of Residence Life”
Interview with Michelle Neill, who is the new Director of Housing and Resident Life.
“PROJECT: Learn MS ’98 essay competition”
Scholarship funds are available through the Multiple Sclerosis Association PROJECT: Learn MS ’98 essay contest.
“Choices 97- CAPS holds its annual career day”
Event on October 7th was a chance for students to meet with company representatives.
“Local bands come together to fight for kids”
Fourth Annual “Fight for Kids” show to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network will be broadcasted on October 13th.
“Design Tour 1997”
The Delaware County Center for Contemporary Arts self guided tour event occurs on October 19th.
“Widener drama group to perform one-act play October 21-26”
Theatre Widener will perform The Sand Castle, a one act play by Lanford Wilson.
“What’s Up at Widener”