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Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 12, Sacred Heart University Dec 1994

Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 12, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: SHU's endowment fund reached the 13 million dollar mark for the 1993-94 year according to the President’s Annual report. It was reported in the new Sacred Heart University Magazine, which will be published quarterly and covering information previously found in previously in the alumni magazine Focus --Transfering a give and take situation: some students come, others on the go --The National Theatre of the Deaf is performing nationwide to rave reviews. Originally, the theatre was at the Eugene O’Neill Center in Waterford. It ran its productions from there until 1982, when it moved to Chester ...


Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 11, Sacred Heart University Dec 1994

Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 11, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Career and Counseling services to combine-with Health and Fitness center --Senior basketball player Mike Kmiec was swamped by young autograph-seekers after the Pioneer's second game of the season at the New Haven Colosseum Nov. 19 (photo) --1994 elections: Professors Gary Rose and John Kikoski discuss outcomes --Feature on Liz Chernis, junior biology major and soccer team starter --Men's and women's basketball teams start their seasons on a fastbreak (photos).


Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 10, Sacred Heart University Nov 1994

Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 10, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Continuing discussion about the committee to form the University’s sexual education policy and whether a policy is necessary --SHU will host some of the 1995 Special Olympics events --IRC, or internet relay chat, is a new rave sweeping across campus; students tying up resources in the computer lab --Retrospective on the first four seasons of SHU football (with photos) --Coach Reho's comments on the senior football players --“From The Figure: In Black and White,” a two month exhibit featuring the works of 18 artists primarily from Connecticut and New York, opening at Sacred Heart University’s ...


Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Nov 1994

Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 9, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Prompted by an incident in the North Parking Lot Public Safety officers participated in training sessions enabling them to carry pepper spray --Part-time first-year student Luke Benedict is is a multifaceted musical artist. Abnormal Procedure, a.k.a. Luke, is the name he goes by when making his music --Professor John Roney promotes history and service at SHU --Feature on first-year student Crystal Morawitz, who is from Homer, Alaska --Dr. Barry E. Herman, associate professor of education at Sacred Heart, has led foreign study trips to Russia, Cuba, Poland, Haiti and China to educate American students about the ...


Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Nov 1994

Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 8, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Sex ed committee materializes --Senior football players are presented with plaques at Saturday's game commemorating their team dedication (photo) --For the second time students and service learning work with Habitat for Humanity in Bridgeport (photo) --SHU revamps Vanguard magazine, accepting manuscripts about problems and strategies of the small business in the 1990s. The new editors are Martin M. Shapiro and Michael D. Larobina, professors of management at SHU --Sports Medicine program up for accreditation by the National Athletic Trainer's Association --Men's hockey opens with the Stags (photo).


Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Oct 1994

Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 7, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Sex education policy delayed in president's office --In 1988 the U.S. Supreme Court said high school officials could control the contents of school newspapers. College newspapers that are published as “open forums” are another matter because they are protected by First Amendment rights --Bridgestock was a live concert presented by the University of Bridgeport Student Congress --Dead Eye Dick takes a backseat to Toad's Place opening band, a local Yale group of four seniors, Earl’s Comfort Station --The death of protest dress in the 90s -- SHU Junior soccer star, Jen Fallon, from Milford, CT ...


Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Oct 1994

Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 6, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Changes in computer lab impact students: Macintosh users must now purchase a Vender-Card at a cost of $5.00, and so must IBM users who want laser copies --The Delta Gamma chapter of Delta Epsilon Sigma honor society inducted 33 new members from the SHU campus for academic achievement --A workshop for Connecticut educators “AIDS in Connecticut: in the laboratory, in the community, in the classroom” will be hosted by SHU --Career Services now provides DISCOVER, a computerized system which helps a person gather information to add to a possible career --Homecoming 1994 --Ska music takes nation by ...


Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Oct 1994

Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 5, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Professor shows controversial film: Students accused the professor. Hector Rodriguez, of showing a pornographic video. The film in question was the 1982 film Videodrome starring James Wood and Deborah Harry and rated R --Dr. Babu George, professor and chair of the chemistry department, received recognition from the National Science Teachers Association with the Space Science Education Award for his outstanding service to science education --The new 1994-1999 strategic plan has been released. Academic improvements stand high among the 80 plus objectives --SHU welcomes new mascot, Bucky the Pioneer --One Heart - One Mind is the style of karate taught ...


Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Sep 1994

Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 4, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: SHU has the highest paid president for Connecticut universities, including Yale and the University of Connecticut, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education. The newly established service learning program is based on the concept that experiences bring more meaning to learning, according to Phylis Machledt, program coordinator. Several courses, including social psychology, women’s autobiography and oral interpretation of literature, have service learning incorporated in the class work --Under the new leadership of Mason Cobb the mailroom is receiving technology updates and exploring the possibility of getting a color copier and a high speed laser printer --SHU has ...


Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Sep 1994

Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 3, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: A generous gift from the Continuing Education Council enables Sacred Heart's Ryan Matura Library to enhance its multimedia facility with a laser disc player and several databases in CD-ROM --The library has also completed the changeover to a new on-line catalog. For students who have a personal computer and access to the Internet, the CARL catalog can be accessed from outside the library by going into Internet,then typing: “Telnet pac.carl.org” --Charles H. Reed, an adjunct professor of management at SHU Stamford since 1984 assumed the role of director of programs --The bowling team had ...


Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Sep 1994

Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 1, Sacred Heart University

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Highlights include: Flik takes over dining hall --West Hall dorm opens doors to 290 new residents --Smoking gets edged outdoors --Michael Arnold, former associate dean in Continuing Education and director of Sacred Heart University’s Stamford campus has died at the age of 39 --SHU gridders have experience, a strong group of returning players.


Hawks' Eye -- February 15, 1994, Roger Williams University Feb 1994

Hawks' Eye -- February 15, 1994, Roger Williams University

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