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Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 10, Sacred Heart University Archives Dec 1990

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

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Highlights include: Fairfield’s Town Plan and Zoning voted unanimously to deny SHU permission to build four on-campus dormitories because they had not seen the university’s overall expansion plan. SHU can re-submit the dorm proposal along with an architectural master plan --SHU is currently looking for replacement for Director of Security Paul McCormick --SHU will begin its “Recycle for life” recycling program after a state mandate was issued banning nine different classes of waste materials from landfills and incinerators --Jewish Club off to a good start --Beat holiday blues and stress --Adjunct instructor Peter Bowe recently gave a presentation ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1990

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: The abortion issue should be decided by state legislatures, former Attorney General Edwin Meese told an audience of about 200 people in the Schine Auditorium --Sid Gottlieb has recently edited a book titled Approaches to Teaching the Metaphysical Poets published by the Modern Language Association. An article in The Bridgeport Post compares Gottlieb to John Keating portrayed by Robin Williams in the 1989 hit movie Dead Poets Society --229 students are enrolled in 12 of this fall’s seven week offerings --The Student Voice: What changes do you expect to see under Governor-elect Weicker? --Focus on Alvin Clinkscales ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1990

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Former Attorney General Edwin Meese will speak today on a conservative judicial interpretation of the Bill of Rights --Sixty-five North Stratfield residents petitioned the Fairfield Plan and Zoning Commission to prevent SHU from building dormitories close to their homes because they fear property devaluation and traffic congestion --Last year at this time 3000 applications were received for enrollment to Sacred Heart. This year that number has escalated to 13,000 --Faculty art exhibit in the Plohn Gallery gets gold star --The producer of Dead Poet's Society, Steven Haft, visits campus, speaks on making movies and television series ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1990

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: The Vatican released Pope John Paul II’s apostolic constitution on Catholic universities titled “Ex Corde Ecclesiae” (from the Heart of the Church) on Sept. 25, 1990. President Cernera and others comment on its meaning --SHU student radio station WWPT, which operates in conjunction with Staples High School in Westport, is making drastic changes in operations --Reverend James Hug, S.J., director of the Center of Concern in Washington D.C., recently delivered a speech at Sacred Heart regarding the goals of Catholic universities in times of drastic economic change. It was the third lecture in the annual ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1990

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: The annual Harvest Weekend will take place from October 26 to October 28 with events such as a scavenger hunt, a costume ball, and a flag football tournament --SHU received the largest grant in its history for use in the SMARTNET program. SMARTNET, which stands for Science Mathematics Area Resource Teacher, is a teacher enhancement program for precollege science and mathematics education --“The Kaleidoscope Program” consists of six lectures during the fall which are open to anyone, but mandatory for athletes: drug facts, stress management, and a panel discussion by Mothers Against Drunk Driving --SHU’s theatre will ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1990

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Substance abuse awareness week to begin --Security increases allow for more visibility -- Ron Welburn will read selections from his poetry on the upper level of the library --Educator, cultural critic and author Christopher Lasch, Ph.d, will speak at SHU as the Orestes Brownson Lecturer. He will speak on “Community in America: Decline and Fall?” a subject he addressed in his bestselling book The Culture of Narcissism --SHU students to tutor inner city kids --La Hispanidad, the Spanish Club at SHU, will host Hispanic Week --Record review: The other side of George Michael --NC-17 replaces X --Schilling and ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1990

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

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Highlights include: SHU expects okay for on-campus dorms --Advanced computers in SHU's future: “computers are quicker than typewriters and they improve the presentation of your work” --Clarkson University claims to be the first to use high-tech computer graphics to identify students, raising some fears that the new age "face list" photo identifications intrude on people’s privacy --Student interns at WSHU are trained to operate the board, write new stories, work in pledge drives, and pursue membership leads --Reviews: Flash, CBS's new series and Goodfellas --SHU loses a friend: Tribute to Ed Macciocca --Men's soccer perfect at ...


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1990

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Students move into Taft Commons --The need for scientific literacy is critical for progress in society said 1977 Nobel Prize winner Rosayln S. Yalow in a recent speech at SHU Auditorium -- Croffy’s Place, commonly referred to as the “game room,” is often filled with Sacred Heart students who see themselves as “regulars” and "pool room buddies" --Walking on campus: an aerobic alternative. SHU Health Center mapped out the one mile trek for "noon" walks --42nd Emmy Awards held in California with the theme "Welcome to the 90s" --Jonathan Talbot exhibit in the Plohn Gallery.


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1990

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Hiring freeze hurts Security, Student activities -- The Most Reverend Edward M. Egan signed a 90-year lease for Sacred Heart University’s continued use of the 53-acre campus and its buildings, which is owned by the Diocese of Bridgeport --498 new students have registered for the Fall 1990 semester --News briefs --Cernera seeks to boost enrollment --Media Studies Department proudly announces its first Cinemascope Film Festival. In this series, five films will be shown in their original Cinemascope form --Video review: The Handmaid's Tale, with Faye Dunaway and Natasha Richardson --SHU soccer and football.


Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1990

Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Taft Commons dorms in Bridgeport near completion --Reverend Eugene R. Kole replaces Fr. Bill Sangiovanni as the head of campus Ministry --Dr. Thomas J. Trebon, selected through a national search for an academic vice president, has assumed his new duties --The Charles Plohn Gallery will begin its second year of operation at SHU with an exhibit by Jonathan Talbot entitled “Research and Development” --Lucjan T. Orlowski, Ph.D., associate professor of economics at SHU has been notified that his prestigious American Council on Education (ACE) Fellowship will be as associate to Dr. Timothy O’Meara, the provost and ...


Spectrum Special Supplement, Sacred Heart University Archives Apr 1990

Spectrum Special Supplement, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Spectrum’s first ‘’official” April Fool’s Issue, a special eight page supplement.


Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 18, Sacred Heart University Archives Mar 1990

Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 18, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: On March 23 U.S. Representative John G. Rowland, this year’s Spring Visiting Scholar, addressed a group of 450 college and high school students in the SHU Theater, sponsored by the SHU Center for Policy Issues --SHU and Fairfield U co-sponsor a job fair.


Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 17, Sacred Heart University Archives Mar 1990

Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 17, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Athletic Director Dave Bike announced the addition of three varsity sports programs: Division III football, men’s lacrosse, and Division III women’s soccer --SHU celebrated its 27th anniversary at its annual Founder’s Day in the Schine Auditorium. Acting Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Lucjan Orlowski, served as Master of Ceremonies of the program --Faculty across the curriculum are planning workshops in Global/Cultural Awareness in Fall of 1990 --Three Pioneer women highlighted as leaders at SHU: Dr. Kristen Wenzel, Assistant to the President, Ginny Apple, Director of Public Relations, and Margaret Farrell, Director ...


Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 16, Sacred Heart University Archives Mar 1990

Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 16, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Search for an architectural firm to design the physical changes to SHU has been ongoing since last fall. There are six firms vying for the opportunity to propose what the campus will look like for the next 15-20 years --Prologue stabilizes costs --Sneak preview of student art exhibition in the Charles Plohn Gallery at Sacred Heart --Book review: Peggy Noonan’s What I Saw at the Revolution provides a firsthand, in-depth picture of the Reagan White House --Athlete of the week, Darrin Robinson, Men's basketball.


Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 15, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1990

Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 15, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: SHU cracks down on unauthorized events --The Presidential Internship Program returns to SHU in the fall of 1990. Former President Melady set up the original program for gifted students to gain corporate experience --“Holistic Health” will be the subject of a panel discussion sponsored by the SHU Center for Women --News briefs --SHU professor of economics Lucjan Orlowski said Eastern Europe is a ripe market for new products and services in areas such as telecommunications, construction equipment and supplies, and consumer-oriented helicopters and aircraft --T h e 1988 Drug-Free Workplace Act and President Bush’s Sept. 1989 anti-drug ...


Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 14, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1990

Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 14, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: WWPT station manager, Darius Nemickas, has responded to the Student Government’s three point ultimatum required to be satisfied before freeing the budgeted funds --SHU Dean of Graduate Studies and Continuing Education Dr. Richard Farmer plans to open additional learning centers off campus, and offer more courses and programs at existing satellites --News briefs --Student Voice: Do you think the recent release of Nelson Mandela will finally put an end to racial tension ins South Africa? --Personals --The Campus Mistry club recently underwent a restructuring and a name change to Gamma Omega Delta, a non-Greek, independent organization --Michael ...


Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 13, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1990

Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 13, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 12, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1990

Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 12, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: In a contest held in cooperation with the book store last semester, Freshman Tamara Joynes was awarded the grand prize: a 1990 Ford Mustang Convertible --University finances look good --SHU Debate Society students return from international competitions in Glasgow -- As a panelist at Sacred Heart’s Center for Policy Issues Legislative Forum Speaker of the House Richard J. Balducci said that abortion, education, health care, housing, overcrowded prisons and the pollution of Long Island Sound are major issues confronting the 1990 Connecicut Legislative session --1989 annual Prologue receives criticism --Painters, illustrators and graphic designers are among the talented ...


Spectrum, Volume 6, Number 11, Sacred Heart University Archives Jan 1990

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

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Highlights include: A plan is set in place to give one more chance to the game room, which was plagued by malicious vandalism and machine rigging, prompting closure by the administration at the end of the fall semester --The SHU Center for Women announced programming for the spring semester starting with a lecture on self-esteem titled “How Do I Love Me? Let Me Count the Ways", by Patricia DeBarbieri -- College-educated people are less likely to smoke, but college men are using chewing tobacco more than they used to, two separate studies have found --Higher education observers predict that by the ...