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Sacred Heart University

2016

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Spectrum, Volume 37, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University Sep 2016

Spectrum, Volume 37, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: College of Nursing celebrates blessing of the hands -- Hilary Clinton faints at 9111 ceremony -- Students and faculty react to August Trump rally held on campus -- Is Milkcraft really worth the wait? -- Freshman class parades into 2020 --WSHU partners with SCMA -- SHU celebrates the 6th annual president's gala -- SHU senior preforms at Carnegie hall -- Vantage sports finds home at Scared heart -- Tim Tebow agrees to $100,00 bonus to sign with Mets -- Kaepernick controversy continues


Spectrum, Volume 36, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University Feb 2016

Spectrum, Volume 36, Issue 2, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: SHU's nursing study abroad program received an honorable mention from the Institute of International Education (HE) Andrew Heiskell Awards for Innovation in International Education --Zika virus spreads panic worldwide --Father David Buckles' departure --Students discuss campus-wide emails --Club spotlight: Real Estate Club --Now auditioning: SHU hip-hop crew --The 2015 Sacred Heart Pioneer football team and the men’s and women’s cross country team were both honored with the fall Northeast Conference (NEC) sportsmanship award --Men's and women's lacrosse looking for bounceback seasons --Sacred Heart alum Joshua Salah wins golf championship in Malaysia.


Spectrum, Volume 36, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University Feb 2016

Spectrum, Volume 36, Issue 1, Sacred Heart University

Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum)

Highlights include: On Jan. 13, GE, or General Electric, announced that it would move from its headquarters in Fairfield, Conn. to Boston, Mass. --Off-campus robbery prompts Safety Department reactions --Master of Science in Applied Psychology (MSAP) online program gains momentum --“SHU Rugger Plunge,” a polar bear plunge event, is being held to raise funds in support of the Wounded Warrior Project --Poetry Corner: “You” by Wendy Estavien --Twin Tides Clothing Company --Become your own character with Bitmoji --SHU improv troupe The Pioneer Players, formally known as The Awkward Handshakes --The Sacred Heart Band travels to Ireland during Winter Break --One ...