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1992

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Spectrum, Volume 9, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1992

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

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Highlights Include: Campus Security takes further steps to prevent crime and maintain safety on campus by enacting SHU crime prevention month. Students on campus launch a boycott of Snapple products sold on campus due to the high inflation of prices. Students voice their opinions about the upcoming election, homophobia on campus, and compromise in relationships. The student radio, WWPT, gets a spotlight in the Spectrum this week, and boasts a growing user base and level of student involvement. Things are looking up for Pioneers with wins for Women's Volleyball, Women's Soccer and Men's Soccer. Football loses to ...


Spectrum, Volume 9, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1992

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

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Highlights Include: A new appointment of Alison Flaum as director of Campus Security and Public Safety inspires positive changes to campus safety and include implementation of programs like a nighttime escort service, crime prevention, and risk assessment. A new law enacted by President Bush would mean that Sacred Heart must release college crime statistics in the years to come. Memberships for the health and wellness center at the Jewish Community Center will be given to Sacred Heart Students at a discounted price. Students have a chance to offer their opinions about segregated areas for smokers, the current political climate, and ...


Spectrum, Volume 9, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1992

Spectrum, Volume 9, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: President Dr. Anthony Cernera presents an address to the Sacred Heart Community regarding the university growth and his hopes for the future of the university, which include the building of a health and recreation center, two new residence halls, and athletic fields on campus. A new PEACE group on campus makes a university-wide effort to get involved with the surrounding communities, and new studies are addressed regarding an unprecedented level of rape statistics. Student Voice gives Sacred Heart students a chance to speak their mind about the quality of food on campus. Student writers take a look ahead ...


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 16, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1992

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 16, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Gender Awareness Week, to be observed Feb. 20 -27, seeks to enlighten people about the differences that the genders must realize about the other in an effort to create harmony between the sexes --In conjunction with Gender Awareness Week, the Freedom Institute is sponsoring a lecture by Isabelle Katz Pinzler titled “Women’s Rights in the 1990s --Controversy brews over student evaluations of faculty --JFK assassination. Evidence suggests CIA plot: Christopher Sharrett, a former professor of media studies at SHU, is a photographic expert who served as a consultant on the review of photographic evidence conducted by the ...


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 15, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1992

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 15, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Striking University of Bridgeport employees, who totaled over 50, came to warn SHU about the dangers of assimilating UB and its programs before the strike is resolved --Construction of Sacred Heart University’s new on-campus dorms is underway --Announcement of the addition of two full-time faculty members in the Nursing Department: Constance E, Young, Associate Professor, and Linda L. Strong, Instructor -- SHU Mailroom is putting up a wall of combination locked mailboxes. A mailbox will be assigned to each student --Prologue Staff presented Dr. Calabrese with her copy of the 1991 Prologue which was dedicated to her --The ...


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 13, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1992

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 13, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Coordinated by Multi-Cultural/Community Affairs Director Alvin Clinkscales, SHU celebrates Black History Month with fashion show, the African American Read-In Chain, gospel show, and more --Sacred Heart University has recently been designated by the Stewart B. McKinney Foundation as lead institution for the AIDS Education Consortium --Student Voice: How do you feel about SHU discontinuing its pursuit of the U.B. law school? --Workshop Skills Center helps students raise academic levels according to Director Jacqueline Rinaldi --AIDS message needs to reach college crowd --Kodak videoconference at SHU will explore the excitement of photography --Director of Athletics Dave Bike ...


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 14, Sacred Heart University Archives Jan 1992

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 14, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: The SHU Board of Trustees votes to begin planning their own law school --Campus recycling program in need of improvement --Feature on Coordinator of Advisement and Retention Mitchell Holmes --Sports Shorts.


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 12, Sacred Heart University Archives Jan 1992

Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 12, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Board of trustees of University of Bridgeport have voted to discuss a merger


Spectrum, Volume 8, Number 11, Sacred Heart University Archives Jan 1992

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

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Highlights include: Dialogue between Sacred Heart University officials and University of Bridgeport administrators continue in a joint effort between the two schools geared towards reviving UB --SHU Debate Team traveled to Ireland, funded by the Debate Society Booster Club and the university, was the seventh World meet for SHU debaters. Debate coach Dr. Gary L. Rose, PhD., associate professor of Political Science founded the the Debate Society in 1983 --SHU Stamford campus continues to grow at St. Basil’s High School --Student Voice: What do you think of the proposed merger between Sacred Heart and UB? --Darrin Robinson, the SHU ...