The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
February 6, 1998 Vol. 52 No. 2
“Bringing the World to Widener”
The International Education and Cultural Fair at University Center is part of International Week. Story includes photo of unidentified student with chopsticks. See story on page 3.
“Student’s Learn About Working Within the International Community”
As part of International Week, a panel of five professional from different fields discussed preparing for work in the international community.
Auto theft from Widener Courts on January 26th and fireworks exploding at Hanna Hall on January 29th.
“Mmm, mmm, bien.”: Story about Dinner featuring dishes from several countries hosted by International Student Services
“Perspectives of Japan from DuPont CFO”
Carl Lukach, CFO of DuPont Japan, and a Widener graduate, spoke on foreign business practices. Story includes photo of Luckach.
“CAPS: Working in an international community”
Story continued from page 1.
“A stream of blood for a good cause”
Blood Drive for Red Cross held on February 4th.
“Let’s be Hospitable”
Hospitality Career day will be held on February 11th. Story includes photo of Jack Fergueson, Senior VP of Sales Promus Hotels Corporation who is the keynote speaker.
“SGA Meeting Wrap-up”
First meeting with newly elected officers on February 3rd.
Mike Hart, staff writer and IFC Vice President writes about Greek organizations on campus.
“A Word from ITS”
Computer lab schedules and safe computing tips.
Off the Wire:
Nagano 1998: The Games of the XVIII Winter Olympiad
Schedules of events.
Movie, Concert and Multimedia Reviews
“Editorial: …and the student said, ‘Charge it!’”
Comment on pros and cons of students using credit cards.
“What’s in a week?”
Comment on International week.
“Letters to the Editor: ROTC Experiences”
Nancy J. Lewis writes about her good experiences in ROTC.
“Question of the Week”
Five students responded to the question: What is your favorite winter Olympic sport?
“National Girls and Women in Sports Day Celebrated at Widener”
Celebrated on the first Thursday in February.