The Dome, Vol. 10, Issue 1

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Date Range
February 8, 2008
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
Institution
Widener University
Location
Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 10, Issue 1
Date Range
February 8, 2008
Category
Campus Life
Group
Student newspapers
File
The Dome
Institution
Widener University
Location
Box 12 Dome Shelf, Vol. 10, Issue 1
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
The Dome is the Student Newspaper of Pennsylvania Military College, PMC Colleges, Widener College and Widener University. February 8, 2008 Vol. 10 No. 1 “Widener Celebrates MLK Day: Join in on the celebration…” Continues on page 2. Color photo of performance by the Widener Gospel Choir with guest soloist Bernard Pinder. “Leadership Seen Throughout Campus and Community” Widener University 14th Annual MLK Commemorative service on January 21st, 2008 was sponsored by the Black Student Union, and featured performances and readings by students and community members. “A Letter From the Editor” On the New Year, and no name change for the Dome. Includes small photo of Dome staff. “Keeping the Dream Alive” Commentary on how education and involvement, developing leadership skills, giving back to the community and being positive role models are key to continuing to build on the dream. “Greek Life Gives Back” Greeks participate in MLK day of service and many other civic and charitable projects. With a small photo of unnamed Greek members. “Academic Support Services” Lists and describes some of the services available. “Turnitin.com Helps Academic Integrity” Turnitin.com is a digital assessment suite that detects plagiarism. “Widener TV Back in Action” Returning with new programming beginning the week of February 3rd. “Your Guide to the Elections” Includes “Democratic Candidates” Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama’s positions on major issues, and “Republican Candidates” John McCain and Mitt Romney’s positions on major issues. “Five and Ten” Mike Fenn column looks back on the five years since he graduated from Widener and ten years since his high school graduation.
Physical Condition
Good
Subject Access
Student Publications (see also Student Newspapers)
Student Newspapers - Dome
Student Life
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Chronological
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