The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University.
February 20, 1998 Vol. 53 No. 4
“A Vision for African-American at Widener University”
The Black Student Union is hosting events for Black History Month.
“School on the Go”
Some of the problems commuter students face.
“Safety First: Tips from the Campus Safety Director”
Patrick Sullivan stresses the use of the buddy system and responsible social behavior.
Phone threats to resident at Cann Hall on February 18th.
Vandalism Boettner Hall on February 15th.
Marijuana found Boettner Hall on February 14th.
Car Accident non Widener student on February 12th.
Stolen property Hanna Hall on February 10th.
“University College Corner”
Life as a commuter student.
“Women’s History Month Speaker”
On March 19th, Fay Ajzenberg Selove, Ph.D. Professor of Physics at the University of Pennsylvania will speak on “A Matter of Choices, A Personal History of a Woman Physicist.” She is this year’s Women’s History Month speaker.
“Mid Terms are Coming”
Reminders from ITS
“SGA Meeting Report”
Positive changes at Widener were discussed at the February 17th meeting.
Off the Wire:
“The Dome in The Dome”
Famous photos of the dome atop Old Main.
Movies and Entertainment Reviews
“Letters to the Editor: From one of our own”
Anthony Leone, Op/Ed Editor apologizes for language in Police Blotter Report last week.
“Editorial: Breaking for Spring”
Some people will be working, or studying.
“Question of the Week”
Five students responded to the question: What are you doing for spring break? Includes two photos.
“Winners, stroke after stroke”
Photo: 1998 Widener Swim Team