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Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives May 1967

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

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Highlights include: Donald H. McGannon, president and chairman of the board of the Westinghouse Broadcasting Company and one of the founders, presently on the SHU board of trustees, will deliver the main commencement address at the University’s first graduation on June 10 --Valedictorian Maureen Dursi plans to become a college professor in Spanish and Latin American studies --Salutatorian Joan-Carol Carrafiello will attend graduate school in mathematics at the University of Massachusetts where she has received a $3,100 assistanship --The Most Rev. Walter W. Curtis, bishop of Bridgeport and founder of Sacred Heart University, will offer the Baccalaureate Mass ...


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives Apr 1967

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

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Highlights include: Communication Arts and Modern Languages are seen as future majors --SHU's stage group "The Merely Players" present George Bernard Shaw's Candida --Committee of seniors outlines Senior Week activities for SHU's first graduating class --Fr. Daniel Berrigan visits campus --Pioneer sports.


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives Mar 1967

Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Berrigan continues peacemaking tour --Construction will begin on a $1,120,000 3 story library building that can seat 600 and contain 180,000 books --Pres. Conley urges state legislators to initiate 50% loan forgiveness --84-76 win over the Bentley College Falcons evens hoop season at 12-12.


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1967

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

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Highlights include: "Who’s Who among students in American Universities and Colleges” will recognize eighteen members of the Pioneer class in its 1967 publication --Lt. General Lewis B. Hershey, Director of Selective Service, fielded questions on the draft --James Farmer, noted CORE founder and professor at Lincoln University, and William Stringfellow, an Episcopal lay theologian and lawyer on white paternalism, cited cause of Negro problems --Dr. Enrico Frisone, the newiy appointed chairman of Modern Languages looks to growth in language offerings --Dress code in student regulations --Winter Weekend a success --Pioneer sports.


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives Jan 1967

Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include:SHU’s Winter Weekend queen candidates offer brains, beauty, leadership, and a social awareness of the world which exists outside the university --Joan-Carol Carrafiello is SHU’s first graduating senior to be named a candidate for a Woodrow Wilson fellowship --Tri-a-logue: W ith the initiation of this column The OBELISK hopes to offer a means of communication among administration, facuity and students concerning certain topics pertinent to university iife --Avoiding the Vietnam situation completely, Dr. Francis Braceland, editor of the American Journal of Psychiatry, discussed student unrest from a purely rebellious angle --Pioneer sports.


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives Dec 1966

Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Announcing the appointment of David Ryer as editor of SHU’s first yearbook --Fr. Mel Madden, a moderator at DAYTOP, a rehabilitation center for drug addicts, spoke to a large student audience --Mentor Mentions: This column carries some of Coach J. Donald Feeley’s thoughts on basketball, athletic policy and athletics in general at Sacred Heart University --Growth of SHU Library, collection, periodical room --With the departure of Notre Dame Boys High School, Sacred Heart University now occupies the entire campus, (north and south wings) except for the priests’ house on the hill near the football field.


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1966

Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Under the direction of Leland Roberts, SHU’s choral group will present a program of Christmas and folk songs on Dec. 5 at the 10 am convocation --Dr. Alan Reinerman, chairman of the newly formed Committee on Graduate Studies, stated that the committee aims “to encourage suitable graduating seniors to go on to graduate school..." --David Miler, noted pacifist, was interviewed on campus. The text of the recorded interview is recorded here --Campus Life --Pioneer Sports.


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1966

Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: SG grievance committee investigates cafeteria service. ’The committee has met with Business Manager John W. Welch, who promised to look into their suggestions -- SHU’s Social Action Society informed an audience of approximately 45 teachers and students of the opportunities to participate in various community projects to help disadvantaged children --Campus life --"A man for all seasons" excites audience --End of soccer season draws near.


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1966

Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: SHU Players will present their latest production, “A Man for All Seasons” --Alfredo Ribot, one of seven Sargent Shriver Scholarship recipients, will travel to Washington, D.C. to receive a plaque from Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson, climaxing his two month stay in India as a member of The Experiment in International Living --SHU's first yearbook will be special because it will record SHU’s history. It will be a university yearbook rather than just a senior memory-book --The ground work is being laid for a new university publication. According to Miss Joan Cormack, faculty moderator, “It is ...


Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1966

Obelisk, Volume 4, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: President Conley at freshman orientation: ‘"The men in VietNam face a serious world. You have the obligation of showing that college is just as serious” --Sacred Heart's first yearbook will roll off the presses next summer, according to Kevin Wolfe, faculty advisor --National societies recognize math club --Men at SHU face classification or re-classification by local Selective Service Boards. The more fortunate will receive II S classification because of previous academic accomplishments. Others will receive 1-A until they prove their academic intentions or improve on past records --SHU initiates foreign studies --Pioneers' first mascot, a 33 pound ...


Obelisk Extra, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1966

Obelisk Extra, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Chaplain Fr. Martin McDermott outlines spiritual aims for SHU --Collegians benefit from new library facilities --Students tour WSHU-FM --Dean of Men Robert Hughes is expected to speak to the freshman during Orientation Week about discipline, student dress, government aid to education, and the workstudy program.


Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives May 1966

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

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Highlights include: Sophomore Al Ribot will travel to India this summer as the result of a National Sargent Shriver Scholarship -- SHU's first Associate of Arts ceremony will be held at on June 3 in the university auditorium --Student leader portraits --"Summer and Smoke" cast portraits --Pioneer Sports.


Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives Apr 1966

Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Selective Service tests student qualifications --The Rev Walter M. Abbott, S.J., Associate Editor of America and Director of The John LaFarge Institute will speak at the May 5 convocation --For many Catholics the recent changes in the Mass have brought a fuller understanding of the Eucharistic Sacrifice as a form of community worship --Fantasy, as a literary form is undergoing a revival. Mr. William Ready, University Librarian, spoke to 40 SHU students and faculty members about a leader of that movement, T.R.R. Tolkien --The third annual Spring Formal, sponsored by the Junior class, will be ...


Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives Mar 1966

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

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Highlights include: A closed-circuit television presentation of the International Conference on the Theological Issues of Vatican II at Notre Dame University is another step in the ecumenical movement being made on campus. A panel including outstanding theologians and scholars from the Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, and Jewish faiths will present the major issues as discussed at Vatican II --SHUDA presents on act plays --Miss Magdalen Tackowiak, Dean of Women, will study at the International Center for Studies in Religious Education, known as Lumen Vitae, in Brussels, Belgium --Social Work activities in the community, including Head Start --The word is out ...


Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1966

Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Student Government leaders visit Iona College --Transmitters destroyed in fire; WSHU hopes to be back on the air in 2 weeks --Alcohol: Rebellion, Escape, Death? --Thoughts on Charles de Gaulle.


Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives Jan 1966

Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Seven co-eds vie for crown --First annual "skit" night --Winter Weekend schedule --Announcing the inauguration of the Sacred Heart University student magazine. The date of the first publication will be March 1966.


Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives Dec 1965

Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Bishop Curtis answers pertinent questions regarding Vatican II after his return from Rome --Obelisk editors requested a short interview concerning the Vatican Council, and they were rewarded by a personal visit on His Excellency Bishop Curtis' first day home.


Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1965

Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Dan Tedesco emerged victorious in the race for class president --The newly established University Players have set the final stage for their premier production, “Joan of Lorraine", by Maxwell Anderson --Prof. William Ready, Bibliography Librarian, in cooperation with Bridgeport and Fairfield Universities, is compiling a Union List of Serials, made up of about 1,500 titles --Differing Views: Campuses triggered on U.S. war policy.


Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1965

Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Virgina Zic, instructor of art at SHU, will present a one-woman art show at the Huntington Art Gallery in Danbury. Her work will include 25 paintings and drawings of themes from the Apocalypse --Interracial Council organized --4 SHU students joined the 100,000 people who attended the first Mass, 'The Mass for Peace', by Pope Paul VI in Yankee Stadium --Veronica Synnott heads new cheering squad --Dean Maurice O’Sullivan commented on the university’s closed-circuit presentation of Pope Paul VI’s Peace Mass.


Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1965

Obelisk, Volume 3, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Pres. Conley announced that SHU will share in another “unique first” on Oct. 4, when the Holy Father’s Mass will be shown over closed-circuit TV at the university --‘The phenomenal growth of Sacred Heart University from 175 students to more than 1200 in its third year has prompted the Board of Trustees to authorize the preparation of a Master Plan for the campus,” stated President Conley --Fr. Martin McDermott will offer a requiem Mass for Robert Biancardi, class of '67, who accidentally drowned June 20.


Obelisk, Volume 2, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives Apr 1965

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

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Highlights include: 11 SHU representatives attended a Vatican II workshop, “The Council and the College Campus” at University of Scranton --The University library is operating a paperback bookstore in room 210 every afternoon under the direction of Mr. Matzek --Marcel deMuller comments on the1964-65 New York World’s Fair --“SHUDA” presents the one-act play, "Room With A Viewpoint” --Students hold "Freedom" Mass in response to the events in Selma Alabama --Pioneers survive 1st collegiate season.


Obelisk, Volume 2, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives Mar 1965

Obelisk, Volume 2, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: WSHU-FM 91.1 announcers are mostly SHU students. All have been qualified to broadcast by the FCC --Marcel deMuller comments on 1984, the novel by George Orwell novel which captures the lurid and frightening details of life in that not too distant year --Fr. William Fletcher has loaned his private collection of Cardinal Gibbons’ personal effects to SHU and are on display in the library --Co-ed's sports expanded.


Obelisk, Volume 1, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1965

Obelisk, Volume 1, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Financial aid comes to SHU-- SHU receives full accreditation-- Rabbi Shapiro speaks about the moral climate in contemporary U.S.-- State funeral of Winston Churchill in London-- Campus life.


Obelisk, Volume 2, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives Dec 1964

Obelisk, Volume 2, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: History Department presents tribute to late President Kennedy-- Priest probes race question.


Obelisk, Volume 2, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1964

Obelisk, Volume 2, Number 3, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Lyndon Johnson victorious in mock election-- Marycrest honors Dr. Conley-- Four students to receive FCC broadcast permits-- WSHU-FM announces broadcast schedule-- Athletic spotlight.


Obelisk, Volume 2, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1964

Obelisk, Volume 2, Number 2, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: SHU stages mock election-- Dean O'Sullivan expresses optimism-- New 500 car parking lot-- 'Ode' to English faculty-- 'Pioneers' kick off sports program-- Creativity flourishes in colonial Westport (a brief history).


Obelisk, Volume 2, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives Sep 1964

Obelisk, Volume 2, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: The dedication of the new WSHU-FM radio station-- 480 Freshman are welcomed at orientation-- 'Pioneers' discover Europe-- SHU gains all lay theologians-- Opening mass anticipates liturgy changes-- Ye Olde Greenwich (a brief history).


Obelisk, Volume 1, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1963

Obelisk, Volume 1, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: On September 11, 1963 Sacred Heart University welcomed its first freshman class --Plans for student government in action --Young Republican Club formed on campus --Intramural program kicks off SHU's athletic program --Faculty establishes grading system.


Ua12/1/1 Elevator, Vol. V, No. 8, Western Kentucky University Jun 1914

Ua12/1/1 Elevator, Vol. V, No. 8, Western Kentucky University

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The Elevator was published by the Western Kentucky State Normal School student body, monthly during the school year between 1909-1916.

Table of Contents:

  • Concerning
  • The Editor's Thoughts
  • News
  • Looking Back
  • Athletics
  • It "Shore" is Fun
  • The Boat Excursion
  • The Vision
  • Night Scene on an Ocean
  • A Short Story Without an End
  • Hamlet
  • Passing the Cayenne


Ua12/1/1 Elevator, Vol. V, No. 7, Western Kentucky University May 1914

Ua12/1/1 Elevator, Vol. V, No. 7, Western Kentucky University

WKU Archives Records

The Elevator was published by the Western Kentucky State Normal School student body, monthly during the school year between 1909-1916.

Table of Contents:

  • Concerning
  • Editorials
  • Athletics
  • Moot Politics
  • Overheard
  • The Garden of Dreams
  • The Month of May
  • Spring Day by W.C. Wilson
  • The Daffodil
  • News
  • Kentucky Education Association
  • Annual Music Festival
  • The Oratorical Contest
  • A Brief History of Music
  • An Acre of Ground
  • Exchanges
  • Passing the Cayenne