Highlights include: A review of the top ten majors at Sacred Heart University for the period fall ’90-spring ’95 shows growth in psychology and criminal justice, while business dropped by 50% --Students attending a recent talk by Judith Lynch entitled “Date Rape: Conversations About Violence Toward Women On College Campuses,” walked away with a better understanding of date rape as well as the crisis services available on this campus --First-year students in the 1995-1996 academic year may get a jump-start on the “information super-highway” whether they ask for it or not. SHU is studying a proposal that will put each incoming student online. The proposal recommends that a mandatory notebook computer be included in the students’ tuition, providing them with 24-hour access to library resources and the Internet. The structure of several first year classes will evolve to incorporate an on-line format --Technology: Computers Latest Entertainment Rage. As technologies increase so will the advantages of CD-ROM and its usefulness will become even more apparent --The Art Department consists of three studios, a Macintosh computer lab and an office centered around a lobby area in the basement of the north wing near the Registrar’s Office. The instructors and professors teach their students how to present their work in a professional manner. “The students have to sell their work to us as if they were trying to win over an employee,” said Robert McLeod, the graphics professor.
Sacred Heart University Archives, "Spectrum, Volume 12, Number 18" (1995). Newspapers (Obelisk & Spectrum). 141.