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Sacred Heart University

1998

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Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 11, Sacred Heart University Dec 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 11, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Daniel Shim, professor of Economics and Accounting at SHU, organized a trip to Sikorsky for his cost accounting class --Many SHU students participate in the mentor program at Winthrop Elementary in Bridgeport --Under the leadership of Marvin McNeill SHU Marching Band took first collegiate place at New York City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade last year --Faculty members Richard McKinnon, Carol Batt and Edward Malin add their voices to the mostly student Chorus, directed by Leland Roberts --‘Music Man’ comes to SHU Center for Performing Arts --Art Gallery: Faculty show opens --SHU will celebrate the 25th anniversary ...


Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Sep 1998

Spectrum, Volume 16, Number 1, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Bishop Curtis remembered with the dedication of a building on the 35th anniversary of the University’s founding --Upon completion. East Hall will have eight stories of housing, one and a half stories of offices and a half story of entrances and a common lounge area --Residents at SHU are finding a harsher set of rules for alcohol on campus for the 1998-99 school year --Five television lounges in West Hall and 11 lounge sin South Hall have been converted into quad rooms to house the largest freshman class in SHU history --Public Safety finally at full staff ...


Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 15, Sacred Heart University Feb 1998

Spectrum, Volume 15, Number 15, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: Some events for Black History Month will include an African-American Coffeehouse, a trip to the movie “Amistad,” a historical display and a forum on race riots --Kappa Phi sorority appeared in front of the Greek council to defend themselves against allegations of hazing --Senior Ryan Johnson expresses concerns are that computer programs aren’t properly licensed, backup systems aren’t made each day for mail (which explains why everyone’s inbox messages were deleted on January 25), certain staff members lack proper credentials, the computers throughout the University are of poor quality and voice mail problems and tied ...