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1973 Brown And Gold Vol 56 No 7 December 13, 1973 Dec 1973

1973 Brown And Gold Vol 56 No 7 December 13, 1973

Brown and Gold

Regis University Student Newspaper


Obelisk, Volume 12, Number 8, Sacred Heart University Archives Dec 1973

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

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Highlights include: The Faculty Forum convened to discuss goals and future directions of the university --Library philosophy, services and collections, and the role of the Student Faculty Advisory Committee on Library Affairs --Possibility of an Urban Studies department --Student Government review --“Tattle Tape,” the new electronic protection system created by the 3M Company, was installed in the Sacred Heart University library --Sports: Captains chosen.


Obelisk, Volume 12, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1973

Obelisk, Volume 12, Number 7, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Kidera responds to energy crisis --Memorial scholarship in honor of Sandi Lynn Nobili, class of 1969 --Dr. William T. Gnewuch, associate professor of biology and instructor of the elective course for upperclassmen, plans to use the boat "Scrimshaw" in Bridgeport harbor as a field tool. Students will learn to use marine equipment such as a bottom grab and dredge, plus plankton nets and water samplers --Student Government review --Summer jobs in Europe --Rycenga Society sponsored and evening of experimental films by Warren Bass in the Library lecture hall --Dr. Donald Coonley will head the new Media Studies program ...


1973 Brown And Gold Vol 56 No 6 November 16, 1973 Nov 1973

1973 Brown And Gold Vol 56 No 6 November 16, 1973

Brown and Gold

Regis University Student Newspaper


Obelisk, Volume 12, Number 6, Sacred Heart University Archives Nov 1973

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

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Highlights include: The Senate had its first organizational meeting of the year on October 29th. The University Senate, currently in its fifth year, is the representative, legislative body which formulates policy for the University. The body is currently composed of twenty faculty members, six administrators, and ten students --Several criticisms from within the university have been aimed at the drama organization --Recollection of last years' “paint-in” in the student lounge—pensiveness, laughter, silent criticism, paint on the floor, and most important, the production of art from the brushes (and fingers) of “nonartists” --King and Queen Contest --Thursday Open Forum set ...


Obelisk, Volume 12, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1973

Obelisk, Volume 12, Number 5, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Kohoutek could be the comet of the century when it may be visible to the naked eye in December and January --Armando F. Goncalves, a History and Political Science major, is the Democratic nominee for the post of Alderman in the 133rd District of Bridgeport --Letters to the Editor and Commentary (Watergate) --Bill Bradley lectures at SHU --Sigma Tau Omega’s fourth annual Appalachia Drive is underway --Fifty youthful, able bodied students will be paid $3.00 for participating in the Ph.D. research of Ed Malin (Assistant Professor SHU Psychology Department).


Obelisk, Volume 12, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives Oct 1973

Obelisk, Volume 12, Number 4, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: “What Makes Modem Poetry Modern" was the topic of a lecture given by Louis Untermeyer in the Sacred Heart University Library lecture hall --Osvaldo Suarez, a 1971 SHU graduate in Sociology, came to talk to the Spanish classes on teaching in the inner city --One hundred counselors from 33 different high schools in southw estern Connecticut visited Sacred Heart university recently during a three day period to learn about new programs and developments at SHU --The Faculty Bike Club has scheduled a fall bicycle rally starting in the Library parking lot. The tour will cover roughly 25 to ...


Obelisk, Volume 12, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives Aug 1973

Obelisk, Volume 12, Number 1, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Welcome from President Kidera and S.G. President Greg Collins --Bill Bradley, well-known forward for the New York Knickerbockers basketball team, will launch this year’s Orestes Brownson lecture series at SHU with a talk on “The Spirit of Sports” --Academic building floor plan --Parking and traffic regulations --SHU varsity sports.


1973 Brown And Gold Vol 56 No 1 August 27, 1973 Aug 1973

1973 Brown And Gold Vol 56 No 1 August 27, 1973

Brown and Gold

Regis University Student Newspaper


Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 17, Sacred Heart University Archives Apr 1973

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 17, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: The Year in review --Nine “Mini courses,” noncredit short-term lessons, will be offered --An eight-week course involving the basic techniques of modeling and carving and the understanding of three dimensional forms in space will be taught by Gertrude Amidar, a well known local artist --James Simmons, a poet of prominence from Northern Ireland, was in residence at SHU on April 11 --Do We Need Capital Punishment? by Greg Collins --Talking Sports.


1973 Rocky Mountain Ruse, April 29, 1973 Apr 1973

1973 Rocky Mountain Ruse, April 29, 1973

Brown and Gold

Regis University Student Newspaper


Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 15, Sacred Heart University Archives Apr 1973

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 15, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: The President (Nixon) has requested a cut in student aid of almost $100 million, and the abolition of Educational Opportunity Grants as well as National Direct (Defense) Student Loans. These cuts must be resisted and the Basic Educational Opportunity Grants program should be funded --On March 30th Meskill signed into law bills that will allow all colleges in Connecticut to sell beer on campus and will permit students at state colleges to use any library in the state college system --Search Weekend: What exactly do we do on a Search? Fr. John Giuliani, who headed our weekend, stated ...


1973 Brown And Gold Vol 55 No Xii March 23, 1973 Mar 1973

1973 Brown And Gold Vol 55 No Xii March 23, 1973

Brown and Gold

Regis University Student Newspaper


Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 13, Sacred Heart University Archives Mar 1973

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 13, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: March 14, 1973 will be the tenth anniversary since Sacred Heart University was granted its charter --Charter Week schedule --Art Gallery for SHU --Sports.


Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 12, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1973

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 12, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Plans for Charter Week --5 year plan --Changes in the Education Department --Winter Weekend --Chile and Marxism reviewed.


Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 10, Sacred Heart University Archives Feb 1973

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 10, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: Rollo May & the courage to create --Rycenga Society presents John Dando --Quality and price: the role of the student --Radio station strike --Right of way, Ralph Corrigan --CONNPIRG is coming --Jane Fonda wins Oscar --Table tennis at SHU --Godspell reopens Cabaret.


Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives Jan 1973

Obelisk, Volume 11, Number 9, Sacred Heart University Archives

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Highlights include: New academic proposals considered --Dr. Rollo May will speak at SHU --William F. Grant, director of placement and career counseling at Sacred Heart university, received special recognition for service to the institution --Film review: Full of rich detail and powerful moodiness, “McCabe & Mrs. Miller” proves again that Robert Altman is a filmmaker of extraordinary talents --The Other America, by Barbara Fragale: On December 20th, ten Sacred Heart students set out for Big Stone Gap, Virginia. At 4:00 a.m. we left Stamford with a forty foot-trailer truck and a twenty four foot U-Haul packed with clothes and ...