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Sacred Heart University

1967

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Obelisk, Volume 6, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives Dec 1967

Obelisk, Volume 6, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Michael Fasano became President of the class of ’71 following elections --Administrators and librarians from cooperating universities will meet to discuss areas of cooperation in Tri-U library functioning --Viet Protest, by Al Audet '70 --Dr. Conley made remarks following an address by the Most Rev. Walter W. Curtis who reviewed University progress and encouraged diocesan pastors to lend support to the future growth and development of SHU --Dr. Amos Nannini, newcomer to the department of Mathematics, has succeeded in bringing together the charm and elegance of European education amd culture for math majors at all levels --Pioneers exhibit ...


Obelisk, Volume 6, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1967

Obelisk, Volume 6, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: An intensive year-long self study program has been initiated at SHU by President William H. Conley. John A. Rycenga, professor and chairman of the English department, will direct the institutional study --The Student Affairs Committee has been busy so far this year handling complaints covering everything from IDs to Yearbook pictures --The University’s Board of Trustees will be enlarged by the appointment of several new members early this week --Opening night of the fall weekend was followed by an Ephebian-sponsored psychedelic mixer, the soccer game, the semi-formal at the Sans Souci Restaurant, a community Mass, the all-star ...


Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives May 1967

Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Donald H. McGannon, president and chairman of the board of the Westinghouse Broadcasting Company and one of the founders, presently on the SHU board of trustees, will deliver the main commencement address at the University’s first graduation on June 10 --Valedictorian Maureen Dursi plans to become a college professor in Spanish and Latin American studies --Salutatorian Joan-Carol Carrafiello will attend graduate school in mathematics at the University of Massachusetts where she has received a $3,100 assistanship --The Most Rev. Walter W. Curtis, bishop of Bridgeport and founder of Sacred Heart University, will offer the Baccalaureate Mass ...


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives Apr 1967

Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Communication Arts and Modern Languages are seen as future majors --SHU's stage group "The Merely Players" present George Bernard Shaw's Candida --Committee of seniors outlines Senior Week activities for SHU's first graduating class --Fr. Daniel Berrigan visits campus --Pioneer sports.


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives Mar 1967

Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Berrigan continues peacemaking tour --Construction will begin on a $1,120,000 3 story library building that can seat 600 and contain 180,000 books --Pres. Conley urges state legislators to initiate 50% loan forgiveness --84-76 win over the Bentley College Falcons evens hoop season at 12-12.


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1967

Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: "Who’s Who among students in American Universities and Colleges” will recognize eighteen members of the Pioneer class in its 1967 publication --Lt. General Lewis B. Hershey, Director of Selective Service, fielded questions on the draft --James Farmer, noted CORE founder and professor at Lincoln University, and William Stringfellow, an Episcopal lay theologian and lawyer on white paternalism, cited cause of Negro problems --Dr. Enrico Frisone, the newiy appointed chairman of Modern Languages looks to growth in language offerings --Dress code in student regulations --Winter Weekend a success --Pioneer sports.


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives Jan 1967

Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include:SHU’s Winter Weekend queen candidates offer brains, beauty, leadership, and a social awareness of the world which exists outside the university --Joan-Carol Carrafiello is SHU’s first graduating senior to be named a candidate for a Woodrow Wilson fellowship --Tri-a-logue: W ith the initiation of this column The OBELISK hopes to offer a means of communication among administration, facuity and students concerning certain topics pertinent to university iife --Avoiding the Vietnam situation completely, Dr. Francis Braceland, editor of the American Journal of Psychiatry, discussed student unrest from a purely rebellious angle --Pioneer sports.