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Sacred Heart University

1972

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Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives Dec 1972

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: An interview with President Kidera on SHU --Recommendations for Five Year Plan --Sociology majors unite: Preregistration confusion --“The Psychologies of Karl Marx and William James” was the topic of the convocation held Tuesday, December 5th --Father Giuliani, open to all --Spanish Club trip to NYC --Launch of the Honors Program --WSHU programming: Bruno Walter --Pioneer sports.


Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1972

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Chemistry major to be offered Fall 1973 --"Old Times" by Harold Pinter opens at SHU --New internship program available for Business majors concentrating in personnel administration --Vandalism and crime at SHU on the rise --Drinking policy reviewed --Sponsored by the University under the auspices of The Orestes Brownson Lecture Series, Mr. author Michael Novak addressed himself to the question of American identity in a post-war empire committed to technology --Campus news --New faculty --Student Government minutes --Dr. Alan H. Jones, chairman of the department of education at Sacred Heart University published his book “Philanthropic Foundations and the University ...


Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1972

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Appalachian drive at SHU to collecting money, canned food, clothing, and toys --Pres. Robert A. Kidera was elected president of the Connecticut Conference of Independent Colleges --The draft constitution of the Sacred Heart University Senate was adopted this year. The Senate grew from the events of the spring of 1969 --Processing 5 year plan --Marine recruiters come to SHU --Alumni soccer game scheduled.


Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1972

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Vice President Agnew visits Bridgeport: After words of praise for Governor Meskill, and incumbent Stewart McKinney, the Vice President told the spectators that the denouncing of America by Senator McGovern will cease abruptly in November when the people return a great president to the White House for four more years --October 24, 1972 Jackie Robinson died and every sports announcer from Mary Albert to Howard Cosel spent their program eulogizing him --Communications major considered --Faculty association forms at SHU --Draft counseling offered --Standing ovation given to William Windon for portrayal of "Thurber".


Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1972

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: New England regional accreditation committee will forward its preliminary report to President Kidera --Sacred Heart University’s Self-Evaluation Report, and Supplement to the Self-Evaluation Report showed certain facts which might lead one to question the attitude of those in monetary control of the University toward women in a teaching role --"Beatitude Wall", a mural designed by Sr. Corita, a renowned contemporary artist. It had originally hung in the Vatican Pavilion at the 1964 World’s Fair --The Connecticut state legislature recently established the long awaited majority age of 18 --Letters to the Editor and Commentary --Dr. Alan H ...


Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1972

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Bridgeport Engineering Institute and SHU agree to share space in the south wing --McGovern rally in Waterbury -- SHU will present “Thurber”, a one-man show starring William Windom --Transcendental Meditation presented in lecture --Meet the fraternities and sororities --Meet the soccer team.


Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1972

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Federal grants offered to eligible students --Mass held for the Israeli victims of the Olympic tragedy --Inception of an honors program at SHU --Alumni office forming --Library changes --New full time faculty named --Womans lib invades gym.


Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 12, Sacred Heart University Archives May 1972

Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 12, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: With just six months away from state and national elections, Thom Serrani, former Student Government President at SHU, has decided that he will announce his intentions to become the democratic candidate for state representative --Serving as a semi-narrator and lead in the university spring production of “The Trial of the Catonsville Nine,” the Rev. John B. Guiliani, university chaplain, portrayed a powerful and moving characterization of the wellknown poet-antiwar priest Daniel Berrigan --Sounds: Some recent album releases --A European Three Capitals Tour will leave August 19th and return September 2nd. The total fee is $464.00 --P.D ...


Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 11, Sacred Heart University Archives Apr 1972

Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 11, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: President Kidera announced the creation of a new Bachelor of Science degree, greatly widening the scope of elective courses for all four-year degree candidates --Core curriculum revision passed --Renovation of the school lounge is nearly complete, financed by the profits from the juke-box, pool fees, and the school administration --The Drama Department of SHU will present "The Trial of the Catonsville Nine". The play concerns the arrest, trial, and convictions of the Catonsville Nine, including Daniel Berrigan who wrote the script, for their destruction of draft records in protest of the Vietnam War in May 1968.


Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 10, Sacred Heart University Archives Mar 1972

Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 10, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Seven professors who are now completing their sixth year and are being considered for Tenure: Mrs. Armstrong, Dr. M. Russell, Sister L. Gosen, Dr. N.J. Smith, Mr. McNeal, Dr. C.J. Estrada, and Mr. T. Kao --Creation of a new Associate of Science degree program in bank management --On Saturday evenings when Mass is celebrated the chapel room is so crowded (as many as 200 some nights) that most people sit on the floor knee to knee and stand shoulder to shoulder. Rev. John B. Giuliani, the university chaplain for the past four years has noticed a ...


Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives Mar 1972

Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Sacred Heart University Student Government acting as agent for the Student Body of Sacred Heart University, hereby formally revokes its acknowledgement of the Sacred Heart University Senate as the governing legislative body of Sacred Heart University until such time as the University Senate restructures itself in a manner that is in fact representative of the University --Status of Core Program --Ed Czemota named to All American Basketball Team.


Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives Mar 1972

Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: College Level Examination Program (CLEP) adopted by the university trustees after consideration by the university senate --Interview with Dr, Charles E. Ford. new Academic Vice President of Sacred Heart --Dorothy Day convocation --Draft counseling --Congratulations Coach Feeley and Pioneers --Lillian Gish will appear at the Westport Country Playhouse.


Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1972

Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Critique of evaluations --Curriculum analysis --Dr. Charles E. Ford has been appointed to the newly created position of academic vice-president of Sacred Heart University --In a memorial mass Father Fletcher noted that Father Kucera’s life at SHU had been characterized by a continuing passion for disadvantaged and underprivileged students --Francis J. Luongo was named manager of WSHU FM by President Kidera --Editorials --Letters to the editor -- Richard A. Matzek, university librarian, has announced that books and materials are arriving daily from the $5,000 W. K. Kellogg foundation grant for environmental studies received by Sacred Heart university ...


Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1972

Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: The Student Affairs Committee proposes a student activities fee of $25.00 per semester for all fulltime students --Spring semester session of the SHU Theological Institute will present courses on the “Mission and Organization of the Church” and on the development of the teaching of the “Historical Jesus” this semester, according to Walter E. Brooks, assistant professor of religious studies --Students and faculty at SHU will soon find out the results of the teacher evaluations given last fall semester by the Student Government --Mr. Thomas Calabrese has come up with an idea for a type of Theatre Club ...


Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives Jan 1972

Obelisk, Volume 10, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Mr. John O’Keefe & Mrs. Edward J. Reberkenny are newly appointed Trustees --The library collection of more than 2,000 mathematics volumes, according to librarian Richard A. Matzek, is considered the “best quality” collection currently held at the facility and is partially responsible for SHU being named recently to the prestigious American Mathematical Society --Dr. Michael Kriegsfeld has joined the full-time faculty of SHU as an associate professor of social science --Miss Roberta L. Staples, a part-time instructor at the university since September, 1970, also has been appointed to the full-time faculty as an English instructor --Black theater ...