The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
November 21, 1997 Vol. 51 No. 10
“Students open wallets and hearts for AIDS Quilt”
Widener will host a section of the AIDS Quilt March 11th to 14th, 1998. While there is no charge to display the quilt, there will be a fundraiser to help pay the shipping costs. Story includes photo of the quilt fully displayed in Washington.
“Chemical engineer speaks at Widener”
Anthony Zadrozny, a chemical engineer at ARCO, spoke to the faculty on government regulations of chemical companies and the industry’s self regulated Responsible Care standards.
“In Remembrance: Stefan Thomas Ushka”
Stephan Ushka was killed in an accident while driving his mountain bike on
November 5, 1997. He was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. A scholarship in his honor was established at Garnett Valley High School. Story includes photo of Ushka.
“Our Time To Wake Up”
On AIDS, the Quilt and selling red ribbons to raise money. Mentions that World AIDS Day is December 1st.
“Letters to the Editor”
Letter from Jonathan Haut a Mailroom employee responds to editorial about mailbox problems. Letter responding to letter critical of New Jersey Governor Whitman.
“Spotlight On: Dr. Daniel Robinson”
Dr. Robinson is an English professor.
Continued from page 1, and includes Quilt Facts: a summary of AIDS statistics
“Upward Bound reunites”
On November 15th, forty graduates from the Upward Bound Program reunited for the first time in 16 years. Story includes photo of Dr. Alonzo Calvin, Calo Wilson and Marie David.
“What’s Up at Widener”
“Widener Sports Schedule for December”