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 Presidential Lecture Series --Dr. Barry Herman, director of graduate programs in education, stresses the advantages of global studies --Actor & professor Frank Speiser to revive campus drama club --Campus student profile: Christine DeRosa -- The Humanities Touring Group opens its 1990-91 season at SHU with the acclaimed “The Greeks: In the Beginning” on November 6 --Who killed Laura Palmer? The Twin Peaks intrigue --Tribute to Lisa Dedrick --The Lady Pioneer Spikers improved their record to 13-9 in Volleyball play by winning four of their last five matches.
Sacred Heart University Archives, "Spectrum, Volume 7, Number 7" (1990). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 103.